November 28th, the CRC had the honor and the happiness of welcoming Professor Miwao Matsumoto, sociologist, from the University of Tokyo. Professor Matsumoto presented and discussed his concept, the result of his work following the Fukushima accident. His work has been put into perspective with those on “normalization of deviance” and “normal accident”. The term “structural” has been defined and debated. Professor Matsumoto continues his stay at the CRC with two highlights: a meeting with the anthropologist Augustin Berque of the EHESS, a specialist in Japan and a conference debate co organized with the IHEST and led by our colleague Yoann Moreau.
CRC contribution to the book Risk in extreme environments (edited by Prof. Vicki Bier, 2018). Chapter 4: « Decision Making on Trial: The Extreme Situation at Fukushima Daiichi » by Sébastien Travadel, Christophe Martin and […]
A decision support framework for ImproviNg Cross-border Area (INCA) resilience to disasters. The aim of the project is to contribute to the understanding and to the enhancing of cross-border area resilience with regard to the […]
Thibaut Eude, PhD candidate at the CRC, attended the Society for Risk Analysis 2017 conference held December 10-14,2017 in Arlington, USA. He presented his thesis work on the representation of knowledge through ontologies for a […]