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March 1, 2018 - posted in News

IMPROVER Project works alongside amazing projects and we are all working towards a resilient future in Europe and beyond. Joined by SmartMatureResilience (SMR),  DARWIN, and RESILENS, we are working on building more resilient cities and innovating critical infrastructure technologies. SMR published the Resilience Newsletter about the work we have all being doing! To learn more … Continue reading The SMR Resilience Newsletter!

March 1, 2018 - posted in News

It’s hard to believe that this is the final year of the IMPROVER Project! And this year has been very busy and filled with so many accomplishments by all the people that work hard to make this project such a success. Our partners have presented amazing papers, attended numerous conferences to share our work and … Continue reading Our February 2018 IMPROVER Newsletter is Available

February 16, 2018 - posted in Results

This report reflects the work carried out in Task 5.1 of IMPROVER, i.e. the development of a framework for implementation or operationalisation of resilience management to Critical Infrastructure (CI). Referring to previous work and previous discussions with the project’s living labs and associated partners, the work is based on the argument that it is necessary … Continue reading Deliverable 5.1 Framework for implementation of resilience concepts to Critical Infrastructure

February 16, 2018 - posted in Results

The project, in collaboration with the JRC’s European Reference Network for Critical Infrastructure Protection have planned to organise three annual workshops for CI operators and with a theme related to IMPROVER. This is the report of the second workshop of the series. It outlines the planning and the minutes of the workshop, as well as … Continue reading Deliverable 1.5 Second operator workshop

February 1, 2018 - posted in News

From January 29th through the 31st, IMPROVER partners congregated to present  and workshop the results from our living lab pilot implementation at the Municipality of Barreiro. On the first day we had the chance to share the results from our critical infrastructure resilience framework and focus on organisational resilience. The next day was centered around the … Continue reading The Lisbon Pilot Implementation 2018

January 17, 2018 - posted in News

IMPROVER has developed a resilience management framework, applicable to all types of critical infrastructure, allowing operators to understand and improve their performance when exposed to crises and disasters. Operationalisation of the framework and methodologies is assured by pilot implementations at two living labs, one of which is the water network in Barreiro, Portugal. The results from the … Continue reading Register now for our pilot implementation workshop in Lisbon

January 4, 2018 - posted in News

On December 8th, IMPROVER partners gathered to present and report on our living lab pilot implementation program. This time we addressed the crucial project research and goals for our areas of interest: indicators, organisational resilience, technological resilience, and our pilot implementation in Barreiro PI. This was an important opportunity to look at our current research … Continue reading Another Successful Living Labs Workshop

November 28, 2017 - posted in News

This past weekend IMPROVER Project Dissemination Manager, Fanny Guay, presented at the 2017 World Bosai Forum. We had the opportunity to present two posters at the forum, “Supporting Disaster Risk Reduction Through Better Critical Infrastructure” and “Pilot Implementation of a New Resilience Management Framework.” IMPROVER Project’s research methods and frameworks are addressing disaster risk reduction … Continue reading IMPROVER presents at the 2017 World Bosai Forum in Sendai, Japan!

September 7, 2017 - posted in News

The workshop will be at University College London, at the Taviton building, room 433, situated at 16 Taviton Street, London.  You can find the map with the exact location here: The closest tube station is Euston and from there it will be a short walk to the venue.  There will be printed version of … Continue reading Practical info for the workshop in London


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