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Advancing Resilience of Historic Areas against Climate-related and other Hazards

Deliverables

State-of-the-art reports of concepts, approaches, standards, and technologies

This document will describe the review process employed for conducting the reviews under T7.1 and combine the six ‘state of the art’ reviews into an overall report.

Communication and dissemination strategy

The communication and dissemination strategy will establish the approach and methods of communicating with the project’s target groups and disseminating results. This document will establish the project’s key messages, identify target audiences and define tactics and products to be employed.

Requirements description

This document will describe the elicited and consolidated user needs and functional as well as non-functional stakeholder requirements from T7.4 and T3.4.5. Due to the agile nature of the co-creation process, new requirements might emerge during the project lifetime. Therefore, D7.5 is a living document that will be updated whenever new requirements are identified.

Mapping and characterisation of experiences and good practices

This document will cover a mapping and characterisation of existing experiences and good practices in Europe and internationally. In addition, it will include the definition of common metrics for experiences and good practices to establish their replicability.

Local partnerships & work plan for each pilot city

This report will summarise the results of the stakeholder mapping in each of the pilot cities and include an engagement plan for the project duration. In addition, Each of the pilot cities will develop a work plan for the local activities including timeframe and stakeholders to be involved as well as an overview on the co-creation activities.

ARCH disaster risk management framework

This document describes ARCH’s disaster risk management framework for assessing and improving the resilience of historic areas.

Guideline on ARCH co-creation approach

This document will describe the co-creation framework of the project, including a definition of ‘co-creation’, rules for co-creation (e.g. regular contact, documentation of correspondence / results), frequently encountered obstacles and potential options to address these, as well as employed monitoring techniques (if any).

Visual identity, promotional pack, and Website

The visual identity and promotional pack will provide guidance on use of the project’s colours, logos, funding acknowledgement and placement of EU emblem in project outputs, and will provide boilerplate text for communicating the project and its aims for a variety of target groups. The website deliverable document will demonstrate the first version of the ARCH website and will justify the relevant design decisions, as well as detailing future plans for the website’s further development as project results become available.

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Publications

Applying Simulation to Advance Resilience of Historic Areas to Climate Change and Natural Hazards

Author(s): Katharina Milde, Sonia Giovinazzi, Daniel Lückerath, Oliver Ullrich, Maurizio Pollino, Erich Rome, Vittorio Rosato
Published in: Proceedings ASIM SST 2020, Issue 59, 2020, Page(s) 453-460
DOI: 10.11128/arep.59.a59063

Co-operating with Municipal Partners on Indicator Identification and Data Acquisition

Author(s): Oliver Ullrich, Manfred Bogen, Daniel Lückerath, Erich Rome
Published in: SNE Simulation Notes Europe, Issue 29/4, 2019, Page(s) 159-168, ISSN 2305-9974
DOI: 10.11128/sne.29.on.10491

Climate Change Impact and Vulnerability Analysis in the City of Bratislava: Application and Lessons Learned

Author(s): Daniel Lückerath, Eva Streberová, Manfred Bogen, Erich Rome, Oliver Ullrich, Eva Pauditsová
Published in: Critical Information Infrastructures Security - 14th International Conference, CRITIS 2019, Linköping, Sweden, September 23–25, 2019, Revised Selected Papers, Issue 11777, 2020, Page(s) 83-94
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-37670-3_7