Die Institute für Informatik, Geoinformatik und Wirtschaftsinformatik arbeiten gemeinsam an der Resilienz von intelligenten Städten (smart cities) und umliegenden Regionen.

Insbesondere aufgrund der stetig steigenden Zahl an Stressfaktoren wie zum Beispiel Klimaveränderungen, extremen Wetterereignissen, wirtschaftlichen Störfaktoren und schnellem Bevölkerungswachstum ist Resilienz eine wesentliche Eigenschaft. Diese soll sicher stellen, dass Dienste und Services aus verschiedenen Bereichen auch unter schwierigen Bedingungen aufrecht erhalten werden können.

Hierzu organisieren die drei Institute ein regelmäßiges Resilienzkolloqium:

2021:

24.03.2021 um 13:00 Uhr
Prof. Xiaoyi Jiang (Institut für Informatik)
Graph (Network) Analysis: A Pattern Recognition Perspective

15.06.2021 um 12:00 Uhr
Taylor Faith, Department of Geography, King’s College London
Messy Maps: exploring flood risk and resilience in the urban Global South using qualitative GIS

Abstract: This seminar will present results from an interdisciplinary project looking at how we put a more inclusive definition of resilience on the map. Towns and cities across Sub Saharan Africa are rapidly urbanising, and now 1 in 10 of the world's population live in slums or informal settlements. These slums are increasingly exposed and vulnerable to hazards such as flooding and fire, yet are often 'missing from the map'. In this project, we use a range of qualitative GIS techniques such as immersive 360 degree Storyspheres and spatial social network maps to visualise what resilience means to low-income neighbourhoods in Nairobi (Kenya) and Cape Town (South Africa). I will also reflect on my experience as a quantitative physical geographer coming to grips with qualitative methods and the challenges/opportunities this has brought, especially in the era of Covid-19 disruptions to data collection!

2020:

17.12.2020 um 14:15 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Christian Kray (Geoinformatik)
“Resilience and Pedestrian Navigation Support”

24.11.2020 um 12:15 Uhr
Herr Adam Widera (Wirtschaftsinformatik)
“Practitioner-centered Assessment of Socio-technical Innovations in Crisis Management: Insights from the DRIVER+ Demonstration Project”

14.10.2020 um 14:00 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Anne Remke (Informatik)
„Dependability, resilience and security in local energy distribution”