||Workshop on Tools for Natech Risk Management : practical demonstration of some available tools for Natech risk assessment, risk mitigation and emergency planning for various types of natural hazards.
Cruz, Ana MariaAoki, Shin-ichi
85 , 2017-03-13 , The Disaster Prevention Research Institute (DPRI), Kyoto University.
Its content reflects the multi-perspective contributions and international experiences presented at Kyoto University, Uji Campus, in March 2017, within the framework of the Workshop on Tools for Natech Risk Management.
The Workshop on Tools for Natech Risk Management was organized and hosted by the Disaster Prevention Research Institute (DPRI) at Kyoto University, Uji Campus, on March13th 2017. The Natech workshop was carried out in an effort to do a hands-on practical demonstration of some available tools for Natech risk assessment, risk mitigation and emergency operations planning for various types of natural hazards. The workshop was attended by participants from 12 countries, including experts, students and stakeholders involved in Natech disaster risk reduction and similar topics. The event included talks on available Natech tools, their strengths, implementation and development of case studies. A discussion of key elements and needs in the Natech context was the way to conclude the workshop. Identification of priorities, gaps and future research road map were the main outcomes of the event.
Description and opening ceremony 
SECTION 1 Chair: Prof. Ana Maria Cruz 
State of the Art in Natech Risk Management /Maria Camila Suarez, DPRI, Japan; Felipe Munoz Giraldo, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia; Ana Maria Cruz, DPRI, Japan
RAPID-N: Earthquake Natech Risk Assessment /Elizabeth Krausmann, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Italy
SECTION 2 Chair: Prof. Shin-ichi Aoki 
Natech Module in ARIPAR: Benefits and Limitations /Valerio Cozzani, Universita di Bologna, Italy
Applications of ARIPAR to a Refinery Subject to Earthquake and Tsunami Hazards in Italy /Ernesto Salzano, Universita di Bologna, Italy
SECTION 3 Chair: Prof. Felipe Munoz 
Oil and gas releases during large earthquakes and tsunami /Shin-ichi Aoki and Kato Naomi, Osaka University, Japan
Development of simulation tool for fire spread on floating oil in tsunamis /Tomoaki Nishino, Building Research Institute, Japan
Landslide and Pipeline Natech Risk Assessment Tool /Mauricio Sanchez and Felipe Munoz Giraldo, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
SECTION 4 Chair: Prof. Irasema Alcantara 
Radiation Measurement for Protection of Children in Fukushima /Takeshi Komino, CWS, Japan
Discussion and Wrap-up Panel Session /Panelists: Elisabeth Krausmann, Ernesto Salzano, Valerio Cozzani, Takeshi Komino, Tomoaki Nishino, Naomi Kato, Felipe Munoz, Mauricio Sanchez
Annex 1. Group photo
Annex 2. Program
Annex 3. Presentations
Annex 4. Number of Participants per Country and Participant Affiliations