Showcasing our extensive research project activities with Sri Lanka Showcasing some of our PhD research projects with Sri Lanaka The collection of
Based on our work we do within the South Asian region, both funded research projects and PhD research, there is now a
Over 100 policy makers and scientists gathered in Colombo, Sri Lanka, to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and other communicable
A COLLABORATIVE research project led by the University of Huddersfield’s Global Disaster Resilience Centre and entitled REGARD (REbuildinG AfteR Displacement), set out to investigate the role
The book presents a collection of 55 double blind peer reviewed chapters under the theme of multi-hazard early warning and disaster risks
It has been a busy year for the Global Disaster Resilience Centre with 17 new and ongoing research projects, with 188 partners in 31 countries and a total grant value of over £19 million...
Professor Dilanthi Amaratunga is recognised for her career-long impact up until 2020 and is placed among the global top 2% of influential scientists, according to the report of “Composite Citation Metrics” by Elsevier BV Netherlands and Stanford University, UK, released in August 2021. The selection is based on the top 100,000 by c-score, with and without self-citations, or a percentile rank of 2% or above.
View the original article from here: http://www.nsf.ac.lk/index.php/component/content/article/37-department-activities/178-nsf-launched-a-landmark-publication-on-covid-at-bmich?Itemid=101 A snapshot of the article:
The University of Huddersfield’s Global Disaster Resilience Centre takes lessons from tsunami warning system research into helping Sri Lanka to plan for
The work will benefit at risk areas of coastal Indonesia through the introduction of new advanced warning and preparedness measures WITH their
UN Office for Disaster Risk ReductionEUROPEAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ADVISORY GROUPThe United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction’s European Science and Technology
The Newton Prize celebrates outstanding international research partnerships and is an annual £1million fund award TWO Professors from the University of Huddersfield’s School of Art,
Professors Richard Haigh and Dilanthi Amaratunga, of the University’s Global Disaster Resilience Centre, spoke at the sixth session of the Global Platform for