CRISMA

Modelling crisis management for improved action and preparedness

CRISMA Integration Project focuses on large scale crisis scenarios with immediate and extended human, societal, structural and economic, often irreversible, consequences and impacts. Typically, these crisis scenarios cannot be managed alone with regular emergency and first responder resources, but require multi-organisational and multi-national cooperation including humanitarian aid.

The CRISMA project shall develop a simulation-based decision support system, for modelling crisis management, improved action and preparedness. The CRISMA System shall facilitate simulation and modelling of realistic crisis scenarios, possible response actions, and the impacts of crisis depending on both the external factors driving the crisis development and the various actions of the crisis management team.


Last updated - Updated 13 November 2014

News updated.

5th International Disaster and Risk Conference (IDRC) papers added to Related Publications.

Added Version 2 of Model for Decision-making assessment, and Economic impacts and consequences (D44.2).

Events updated - Read more.

Updated some new Related Publications.

Added Version 2 of Dynamic vulnerability functions, Systemic vulnerability, and Social vulnerability (D43.2).

Added a link to INNOVISIONS article and updated Events and Related Publications.

Added a link to Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering: Mechanism based assessment of damage-dependent fragility curves for RC building classes

Added the Report on CRISMA workshops (D62.6).

EU aims to improve re-use of disaster-related data and other public sector information - Read more

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CRISMA is an Integration project financed under the Security theme of the Cooperation Programme of the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission
 


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 284552

Facts of Crisma project on CORDIS website