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Consortium

The CORE consortium is formed by a team of partners with a long-lasting expertise in the field of disaster risk assessment, resilience and disaster risk reduction with a multi-disciplinary approach. It comprises participants from 8 UE Countries plus Switzerland, UK and Israel. The consortium is composed of 8 research institutions, 5 SMEs, 4 First Responders and 1 Municipality Association (joint office).

 

UNISA

1 UNISA

The University of Salerno (UNISA, 43,000 students) is one of the oldest universities in Europe with a wide experience in European and national projects starting in 90s.

ISSNOVA

2 ISSNOVA

ISSNOVA is the Institute for Sustainable Society and Innovation, an Italian independent research organization focusing on the design of safe and sustainable processes. Our core expertise is the resilience and performances analysis of safety critical systems and services, user research and need analysis for innovation.

ETHZ

3 ETHZ

ETH Zurich, founded in 1855, is a leading international university for technology and the natural sciences. The associated Swiss Seismological Service is the national agency responsible for earthquake monitoring, alerting and hazard assessment.

IIASA

4 IIASA

The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) is an independent, international research institute with National Member Organizations in Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe.

HUD

5 HUDDERSFIELD

The University of Huddersfield is a leader in inter-disciplinary research, education, and advocacy to improve the resilience of nations and communities.

HANKEN

6 HANKEN

Svenska Handelshögskolan (Hanken School of Economics) is one of the Nordic countries’ leading business-orientated universities. At Hanken, the Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Research Institute (HUMLOG Institute) will contribute to CORE.

SAHER

7 SAHER

Taken from the Arabic word for “watchman”, Saher (Europe) is a safety and security research, training and consultancy focused SME based in Estonia operating at a global level.

PSCE

8 PSCE

Finding its origins in the project supported by the European Commission (DG INFSO) in 2006, the Public Safety Communication Europe Forum (PSCE) is a permanent autonomous organisation aiming at improving provision of public safety services and the safety of the citizens during crisis and emergency situations.

ISE

9 ISE

The Institute for Science and Ethics supports and accompanies private or academic organizations to develop ethical approaches and frameworks, to help forming better assess and monitor any innovation products or concepts.

CLB

10 CLB

The National Institute for Regulation of Emergency and Disaster at the College of Law and Business serves as an international centre for research and policy formation in the fields of natural disasters, public health risk, terrorism and national security threats, social and economic crises in addition to technological and cyber security.

MTO

11 MTO

MTO Safety specializes in putting research and evidence-based knowledge into practical use focusing on the interaction between Humans – Technology – Organization.

RESALLIENCE

12 RESAILLANCE Sixense

Resallience is a consulting firm dedicated to the adaptation of projects, cities, territories, infrastructures and their uses to climate change. RESALLIENCE offers innovative technological solutions, integrated engineering and economic models adapted to climate change.

EMSC

13 EMSC

Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) - among the world’s leading institution for public information about earthquakes and their effects.

INFC

14 INFC

The Department of Firefighters, Public Rescue and Civil Defence of the Ministry of Interior (Dipartimento dei Vigili del Fuoco, del Soccorso Pubblico e della Difesa Civile del Ministero dell’Interno) deals with the organisation and the provision of services concerning prevention, rescue and relief activities in case of natural and technological disasters. It also covers all relevant administrative and management aspects.

CRI

15 CRI

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian network that reaches 150 million people in 190 National Societies through the work of over 17 million volunteers.

UCSA

16 UCSA

UCSA is a joint strategic planning office of 4 municipalities in the Metropolitan city of Naples area (4 city councils: Palma Campania, San Gennaro Vesuviano, San Giuseppe Vesuviano, Striano).

HfoD

17 HfoD

The Department of Police is located in Fürstenfeldbruck and in Sulzbach Rosenberg and currently trains the majority of police students in Bavaria at the campus in Fürstenfeldbruck.

AutRC

18 AusRC

Austrian Red Cross (AutRC) is a non-profit organisation based on the Red Cross law in Austria. It is guided by the fundamental principles of the Red Cross Movement.

PAFLEG

19 PAFLEG

The Parco Archeologico dei Campi Flegrei is an Institute of Italian MiBACT Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali e per il Turismo.

UE

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 101021746.
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Project Coordinator: Paolo Capuano pcapuano@unisa.it