20 Jahre
Disaster research conducted in CEDIM


Resilient and sustainable care: Early warning and adaptive capacity

Taking into account large uncertainties and systemic risks, a team within CEDIM is using mathematics, AI and simulations to develop systems for early warning, planning and real-time management.


BadMuenstereifel1Bernd März (Unwetter-Freaks)
Article: One year after the flood

A year has passed since the flood disaster in the Ahr Valley. What are the most important improvements that have been made in dealing with flash floods? Are there important areas where too little progress has been made? Researchers, including Michael Kunz and Susanna Mohr, address these and other questions in the Helmholtz Flood Focus:


tehran-5061512_750x500.jpgMohammad Shahhosseini
Multi-Risk Indicators Approach for Urban Resilience Assessment (INCREASE-MIA)

Effective Disaster Risk Management involves planning for the expected and adapting to the unexpected, leading to a continuous process of resilience.


HM2022Susanna Mohr
Impressions: CEDIM & Risklayer at Hannover Messe 2022

From May 30 to June 2, 2022, CEDIM together with KIT spin-off Risklayer presented their work on disaster research at Hannover Messe.



CEDIM FlyerSusanna Mohr
New CEDIM Flyer

Appropriately for 20 years of disaster research in CEDIM a new flyer



KunzAmadeus Bramsiepe
Managing Natural Hazards

CEDIM Speaker Michael Kunz is KIT Expert of the Month



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