The 1st Brazilian Workshop on Assessment of Hazards, Vulnerability, Exposure and Disaster Risk Reduction – BRAHVE hopes to bring together a quality mix of specialists in the areas related to the goals of the event. We are especially interested in the participation of research institutes; governments; civil defenses; universities; teachers; professionals; students, governmental and non-governmental authorities; and decision-makers.
No registration fee
The BRAHVE Workshop does not charge any participation fee, but has limited availability, especially regarding the work groups.
Information about Sao Jose dos Campos
Official event languages
Portuguese and Spanish
SPECIAL SESSION “Science, Risks and Disasters – Call for Scientific Papers (limited vacancy)
BRAHVE participants will have the opportunity to share their research papers as an oral presentation and/or poster exhibit. The abstracts, each up to 200 words, should be sent to the evaluating committee until May 10th, through the link. For inquiries, please contact: email@example.com
Results of the chosen papers will be disclosed by May 15th. The lines of research for this session include:
Social-Environmental Threats and Vulnerabilities in Brazil;
- Methods and/or Models for Evaluating Disaster Risks and Impacts;
- Planning, Managing and Governing Risks;
- Education and Communication for Disaster Risk Prevention.
Guidelines for oral presentation:
Selected participants will have 10 minutes to present the results of their work. A data projector will be available.
Guidelines for posters:
- Dimensions: 90cm (width) x 120cm (height )
- Readability and Resources: the poster font should be readable from a distance of at least two meters. Use the resources at your disposal to make a poster that draws attention.
It is not mandatory to plotter print (it can be printed on vinyl or paper). However, it should have a string on the top side for fixation.
The poster should have :
– A title identical to the title of the abstract submitted.
– Names of all the authors (the same authors as in the abstract submitted) and institutions.
– Research data: introduction, methodology, results and conclusions. Use minimal amount of text and maximum amount of illustrations, tables and graphs, if possible.
– Grant/sponsor Institution: inform the name, if applicable.
– Workshop logo BRAHVE (Click here to download the logo)