June 9 - 10, 2011    Athens , Greece
ISCM 2011 is organized as part of the “Learning For Security – L4S” EC co-funded research project. L4S has developed and tested technology-enhanced learning applications for developing crisis management competencies.
Recent research shows that effective collaboration dynamics remain at the core of crisis management approach in the transportation sector - and possibly beyond. Empirical evidence highlights the role of resource coordination as the ultimate value adding area in crisis management today, far more important than domain expert knowledge and resources mobilization.

ISCM features

-Overview of state-of-the-art research findings including an overview of simulation-based competence-development learning applications in crisis management plus a selection of experiences from transportation industry
-Interactive demos and plenary debrief in working groups on innovative simulation-based learning experiences for crisis management.
-Parallel sessions on ongoing European research projects in Transportation and Security.
-Participants during and after ISCM 2011 can access, connect and interact with CRISIS TUBE, an On-line WEB2.0 leadership network which their users share and diffuse multimedia and related content on crisis management competencies in transport.

Who should participate:

-Transportation Actors (Airports, Ports, Maritime Companies, Aviation and Naval authorities, etc.)
-Educational & Training Actors (Technical Universities, Business Schools, etc.)
-Specialized firms, Change management companies & transportation consultants
-First Responders & Civil Protection organizations


Location: Divani Apollon Palace & Spa
Contact 10, Ag. Nikolaou & Iliou Str. 166 71 - Vouliagmeni Athens , Greece

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