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Expecting the unexpected and know how to respond

Leistungen

DARWIN CoCRP resilience concepts, users and academia interactive workshops [WS2]

Results from workshops academia and/or users (here papers, videos and/or pod cast) are produced documenting results and added value from innovative workshops

Diverse representation and evolution of resilience guidelines support V1

Deliver guidance and templates for the resilience guidelines content to be delivered in different format which is suitable to specific target audience e-report, a specific part of the guidelines be uploaded in a mobile device

Resilience management concepts and application tutorials

Training material on resilience concepts and guidelines

DARWIN CoCRP Terms of reference

Terms of sharing knowledge include innovation processes, games and methods for collaboration. Two issues initial and final version collecting experiences to improve terms of references

DARWIN CoCRP resilience concepts, users and academia interactive workshops [WS1]

Results from workshops academia and/or users (here papers, videos and/or pod cast) are produced documenting results and added value from innovative workshops

DARWIN CoCRP resilience concepts, users and academia interactive workshops

Results from workshops academia and/or users (here papers, videos and/or pod cast) are produced documenting results and added value from innovative workshops

DARWIN Resilience management guidelines toolkit

Simulation tools and serious games for specific purpose

DARWIN CoCRP Terms of reference [final]

Terms of sharing knowledge include innovation processes, games and methods for collaboration. Two issues initial D5.1 and final version D5.4 collecting experiences to improve terms of references

Diverse representation and evolution of resilience guidelines support -final

Deliver guidance and templates for the resilience guidelines content to be delivered in different format which is suitable to specific target audience e-report, a specific part of the guidelines be uploaded in a mobile device

Initial data management plan

An explanation on what open research data the project will generate and how it will be made accessible

Pilots' implementation and evaluation

This deliverable will report results from the application of the guidelines. Includes a chapter on Resilience complement to Risk Management.

DARWIN Resilience management guidelines enabling toolkit and tutorials (TUBS)

Concise description of tools and tutorials for end-users considering feedback experiments

Revised Generic Resilience Management guidelines

A revised D2.1 guidelines after implementation of recommendation from lessons learned from pilots

Resilience Management Guidelines adapted to health care

Defining procedures and practices for resilience concepts applied to the health-care domain including complement to risk management

Consolidation of resilience concepts and practices for crisis management

Catalogue of state-of-the-art resilience-related concepts and approaches, as well as practices and needs from significant crises and everyday practices of crisis response organizations and the general public.

Practitioner and academic requirements for resilience management guidelines

A relevant and valid set of requirements for resilience guidelines to be developed within this project.

Generic Resilience Management Guidelines

Resilient concepts and guidelines for application (including complementary to Risk Management)

Evaluation Plan

Identify important characteristics of the guidelines that will be the subject of the evaluation and testing. It will also plan the different exercises. In addition, this deliverable addresses procedures on the recruitment of participants and on informed consent.

DARWIN Final data management plan

Updated information on the produced open research data

Evaluation and selection of resilience concepts and approaches

Evaluation of the identified concepts, approaches, practices and needs, and selection of the most appropriate ones to be transformed into requirements for the resilience guidelines.

Initial Evaluation of the guidelines

This Deliverable will provide feedback and suggestions for the enhancement of the guidelines

Resilience Management Guidelines adapted to ATM

Defining procedures and practices for resilience concepts applied to the ATM domain including complement to risk management

Final Guidelines Evaluation Report

This Deliverable will report the results of the Generic Guidelines evaluation and provide feedback for the final revision of the guidelines.

DARWIN Final project report

Report and short video summarizing all activities and achievements in the project, together with horizontal issues [including gender, ethics and science related aspects].

Presentation of the project [final]

Describes web-site, social media platforms, videos, pod casts, slide shows, brochures & periodic updates

Dissemination, exploitation and external collaborations strategy [preliminary]

Describes the planning and execution of the dissemination and exploitation strategy.

Plan for business and exploitation of results [preliminary]

Create a business and exploitation plan that will explore the potential for the development and exploitation of the resilience guidelines beyond the life of the project. An exploitation workshop will be facilitated for all partners. All partners will contribute to and engage in exploitation activity assessing the commerciality and applicability of the concepts and ideas central to the evolution of the guidelines as they are developed and a set of actions to ensure further exploitation and impact of the guidelines.

Presentation of the project [preliminary]

Describes web-site, social media platforms, videos, pod casts, slide shows, brochure with periodic updates

Veröffentlichungen

Applying Resilience Concepts in Crisis Management and Critical Infrastructures—The DARWIN Project

Autoren: Herrera, I., Grotan, T. O., Woltjer, R., Nevhage, B., Nilsson, S., Trnka, J., Adini, B., Cohen, O., Forsberg, R., Jonson, C.-O.
Veröffentlicht in: Risk, Reliability and Safety: Innovating Theory and Practice: Proceedings of ESREL 2016, Issue 2016, 2017

DARWIN – Expect the unexpected and know how to respond: Concept and results

Autoren: Herrera, I., Branlat, M., Hanssen, C., Woltjer, R., Schachtebeck, P., Save, L., Berggren, P., Shaw, E.,
Veröffentlicht in: DRS-7 8th CoU event, Issue 8th, 2017

Supporting Resilience Management Through Useful Guidelines

Autoren: Branlat, M., Woltjer, R., Save, L., Cohen, O., Herrera, I.
Veröffentlicht in: Resilience Engineering Symposium, 2017, Issue 2017, 2017

Dealing with Crises in Critical Infrastructures: Risk and Resilience as Complementary Management Approaches

Autoren: Herrera, I., Woltjer, R., Branlat, M., Nevhage, B.
Veröffentlicht in: Safety and Reliability. Theory and Applications, Issue 2017, 2017

Using Requirements Engineering in the Development of Resilience Guidelines for Critical Infrastructure

Autoren: Rogier Woltjer, Jonas Hermelin, Susanna Nilsson, Per-Anders Oskarsson, Niklas Hallberg
Veröffentlicht in: 2018 13th Annual Conference on System of Systems Engineering (SoSE), Issue 13th, 2018, Page(s) 615-622
DOI: 10.1109/SYSOSE.2018.8428749

The Organizational Response to Automation Support Degradation: Identifying Air Traffic Control Sources of Resilience in Cases of Radar Loss

Autoren: Save, L., Ruscio, D., Cedrini, V., Cafiero, L., Mancini, M.
Veröffentlicht in: HUMANIST, Issue 2018, 2018

An Approach for Attribute and Performance Based Evaluation of Interdependent Critical Infrastructures

Autoren: Förster, P., Schachtebeck, P.M., Feuerle, T., Hecker, P., Branlat, M., Herrera, I., Woltjer,R.
Veröffentlicht in: ENRI International, Issue 5th, 2017

White Paper on Resilience Management Guidelines for Critical Infrastructures. From theory to practice by engaging end-users: concepts, interventions, tools and methods

Autoren: Herrera, I., Save, L., Lange, D., Theocharidou, M., Hynes, W., Lynch, S., Bellini, E., Ferriera, P., Sarriegi, J.-M., Maresch, S.
Veröffentlicht in: DRS-7 9th CoU event, Issue 9th, 2018

Functional Modelling of the Expected and Actual Impact of Resilience Guidelines on European Critical Infrastructure Crisis Management

Autoren: Woltjer, R., Herrera, I., Branlat, M.
Veröffentlicht in: The Functional Resonance Analysis Method Workshop Papers, 2017

Expect the Unexpected and Know How to Respond: Training for Action-Based Resilience Management

Autoren: Herrera, I., Pultier, A., Haro, P., Branlat, M., Goldberg, A., Aharonson-Daniel, L., Cohen, O., Foerster, P., Feuerle, T., Pettersson, J., Morin, E., Jonson, C.-O., Berggren, P.
Veröffentlicht in: The 5th International Conference on Preparedness and Response to Emergencies & Disasters, Issue 5th, 2018

Operationalizing Resilience for Crisis Management

Autoren: Branlat, M., Herrera, I., Schachtebeck, P., Förster, P.
Veröffentlicht in: International Conference: Infrastructure Resilience: Enabling systems to Bounce forward, 2018

Striving to be resilient: What concepts, approaches and practices should be incorporated in resilience management guidelines?

Autoren: Bruria Adini, Odeya Cohen, Aslak Wegner Eide, Susanna Nilsson, Limor Aharonson-Daniel, Ivonne A Herrera
Veröffentlicht in: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Issue 121, 2017, Page(s) 39-49, ISSN 0040-1625
DOI: 10.1016/j.techfore.2017.01.020

Computational Text Analysis of a Scientific Resilience Management Corpus: Environmental Insights and Implications

Autoren: Nassour, J., Leykin, D., Elhadad, M., Cohen O.
Veröffentlicht in: International Society for Environmental Information Sciences, 2018, ISSN 1726-2135

Improving Resilience Management for Critical Infrastructures – Strategies and Practices Across Air Traffic Management and Healthcare

Autoren: Cedrini, V., Mancini, M., Rosi, L., Mandarino, G., Giorgi, S., Herrera, I., Branlatt, M., Pettersson, J., Jonson, C.-O., Save, L., Ruscio, D.
Veröffentlicht in: Safety and Reliability – Safe Societies in a Changing World Proceedings of ESREL 2018, Issue 2018, 2018