Distribution of IRDR young scientists  Gender   Field of research and research topics Examples   Please refer to the list of   of all IRDR young scientists. Contact IRDR Young Scientists via IRDR IPO <connect@irdrinternational.org>

One of IRDR Young Scientists, Dr. Sameer Deshkar recently published a Project Report  titled “Socio-Ecological Resilience as a Sustainable Development Strategy for Remote Rural Settlements in India – Integrating Community Perspective” as the Principal Investigator of the Project. The project was a Follow-on-Research supported by IRDR ICoE-Taipei and START International Inc., USA. The project is …

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The 3rd round application of IRDR Young Scientists Programme closed on Feb 28, 2018.  After the evaluation of  IRDR Young Scientists Programme Panel, 44 young researchers from 24 countries were proposed to be accepted as IRDR Young Scientists. The result was approved in the 19th IRDR Scientific Committee Meeting in this month. These young scientists …

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  Introduction The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR) calls for enhanced role of science and technology for evidence based decision-making. It also urges the need for innovation and partnership, which is linked to practise and diverse stakeholders. IRDR, with its mandate for integrated and trans-disciplinary research, would like to promote capacity building of …

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In 2016, IRDR started the IRDR Young Scientists Programme. Now we have 72 IRDR young scientists and they have great performance in DRR. Now the 3rd batch has opened up for application. Young researchers are encouraged to apply for IRDR Young Scientists from now. The application deadline is Feb 28, 2018. Introduction The Sendai Framework for Disaster …

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IRDR Young Scientist Abhinav Walia, a PhD Researcher at University of Newcastle, Australia and former faculty member at Centre for Disaster Management, LBSNAA, India, has co-edited a book titled “Disaster Governance in India – Vol-4.” The book is compilation of four field based case studies on various disasters happened in India. All the studies have …

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Introduction The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR) calls for enhanced role of science and technology for evidence based decision-making. It also urges the need for innovation and partnership, which is linked to practise and diverse stakeholders. IRDR, with its mandate for integrated and trans-disciplinary research, would like to promote capacity building of young …

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IRDR Young Scientist Dr. Indrajit Pal, a member of Asian Institute of Technology (AIT, Thailand),  has co-edited a book titled “Disaster Risk Governance in India and Cross Cutting Issues.” The 19-chapter book, published by Springer provides an analytical discussion of the status of disaster risk reduction and governance in an Indian context. While Dr. Indrajit Pal serves …

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IRDR young scientist Dr. Basanta Raj Adhikari from Tribhuvan Univeristy, Nepal has been attending the training programme on Major Natural Disaster Alleviation of the Belt and Road at the Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chengdu, China. In this programme, IRDR Science Committee member Prof. Dr. Cui Peng has delivered a …

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