Fukushima: adapting to the unpredictable

29 November 2021

On November 24, 2021, Aurélien Portelli from Mines Paris participated as a discussant in the conference “After the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident: adapting to the unpredictable”, organized by IRSN in Montrouge for the 10th commemoration […]


Rural Exodus as a Long Term and Global Disastering Phenomenon

14 December 2018

December 8, Yoann Moreau held a conference entitled “Rural Exodus as a Long Term and Global Disastering Phenomenon. A mesological perspective on Kaso (過疎 “depopulation”) at Nanzan University, Nagoya (Japan). It was given in the international […]


Visiting Berkeley

30 March 2018

From 4 to 14 March, Franck Guarnieri and Sébastien Travadel stayed at the University of Berkeley, the opportunity to continue a collaboration initiated since 2012 with the Lawrence Berkeley Lab in the aftermath of the […]


Workshop on the concept of structural disaster

29 November 2017

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 […]


The INCA project

10 October 2017

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 […]