Equity and Ethics in Disaster Information

Thursday, July 14, 9:30 to 10:45 a.m. MDT

Addressing Disaster Informatics Inequities: Formulating a Trade-Off Framework Between Fairness and Performance

Christin Salley, Georgia Institute of Technology
Neda Mohammadi, Georgia Institute of Technology
John E. Taylor, Georgia Institute of Technology

Equity in Disaster Risk Models: Reviewing Current Practice to Inform Future Work

Robert Soden, University of Toronto
David Lallemant, Nanyang Technological University
Manveer Kalirai, University of Toronto
Celine Liu, Nanyang Technological University
Dennis Wagenaar, Nanyang Technological University

Questioning the Hazard Map-Based Rebuilding Process: Learning From the 2018 Sulawesi Earthquake

Kanako Iuchi, Tohoku University
Hiroshi Takagi, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Yasuhito Jibiki, Tohoku University
Tamiyo Kondo, Kobe University
Ayako Kusunoki, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Nuraini Rahma Hanifa, National Research and Innovation Agency of Indonesia
Dicky Pelupessy, University of Indonesia
Rahmadiyah Tria Gayathri, Organization Forum Sudut Pandang
Robert Olshansky, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Sharing, Friction, and Synthesis: Evidence From Cascadia Subduction Zone Research

Yubing Tian, University of Washington
Lan Nguyễn, University of San Diego
Megan Finn, University of Washington

Building a Framework for Ethical Warning and Forecast Communication Systems

Heather Lazrus, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Rebecca Morss, National Center for Atmospheric Research

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