ICT-DM'2014 Program

March 24, 2014 (Monday)
8:00-9:00 On-Site Registration
09:00-10:00 Opening Ceremony
10:00-11:00 Keynote 1: ICTs Solutions for Emergency Management
(Pr. Sisi Zlatanova, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
11:00-11:40 Break Demos and Practices
• K. Benamar. Forest Fire Detection system using Wireless Sensor Networks
• M. Lounis, K. Mehdi and A. Bounceur. A CupCarbon Tool for Simulating Destructive Insect Movements
• D. Nanghaka Khauka. Early Warning Early Response Disaster Manager (EWERDIMA)
• S. Yahiaoui et al. ICTs Integration for Disaster Management

Session 1: Data/Information Management for Disaster Management

• B. Theilen-Willige, R. Loewner and F. El Bchari. Remote Sensing and GIS Contribution to the Detection of Areas Susceptible to Natural Hazards in the Safi Area, W- Morocco
• R. Hadji, Y. Limani, A. Demdoum, A. Chouabi, F. Zahri and A. Boumazbeur. Using multivariate approach and GIS applications to predict slope instability hazard in Machrouha municipality, NE Algeria
• A. Benssam, N. Nouali-Taboudjemat and O. Nouali. Requirements for an IT-Based Platform for Disaster Management

12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:30 Keynote 2: Early Warning Systems
(Shunroku Yamamoto, Earthquake Disaster Prevention, Disaster Prevention Technology Division, Railway Technical Research Institute, Japan)

Session 2 : Data/Information Management for Disaster Management

• D. Pinto and A. Cipriano. Tsunami Early Warning System Architecture based on Automation Technologies
• D. Khadraoui and C. Feltus. Towards Cyber-Security Protection of Critical Infrastructures by Generating Security Policy for SCADA Systems
• I. Fares, H. Rachida and D. Choayb. Handling Uncertainty in Emergency Plan Evaluation Using Generalized Petri Nets

15:25-15:45 Break Poster session
• B. Theilen-Willige. Flooding Hazard in Northern Algeria Contribution of remote sensing and GIS methods to the detection of areas exposed to flooding in the coastal zones of Northern-Algeria
• A. Bensaid, T. Saint-Gerand and M. Driss. The use of remote sensing and gis for the assistance and monitoring the algerian steppe degration risk
• Z. Slimane, A. Abdelmalek and S. Kameche. Feasibility Study of an UWB Radar System for Through Wall Static Human Being Detection and Localization

Session 3: Preparation and risk analysis for Disaster Management

• K. Derbal, I. Frihi, K. Boukhalfa and Z. Alimazighi. Spatial Data Warehouse and Geospatial Decision Making Tool for Efficient Road Risk Analysis
• S. Bouharati, F. Allag, M. Belmahdi, M. Bounechada and S. Boumaiza. Risk factors analysis using the fuzzyfication of Reason’s model
• A. Hassini and A. H. Belbachir. Thermal method of remote sensing for prediction and monitoring Earthquake
• A. Senouci, P-Y. Bard, M. N. Farsi, E. Beck and S. Cartier. Qualitative methods to estimate exposition to seismic damage in Oran (Algeria)
March 25, 2014 (Tuesday)
9:00-10:00 Keynote 3: ICTs for Collaboration in Emergency Management Systems
(Pr. Marcos R. S. Borges, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Session 4:Decision support and Collaboration for Disaster Management

• K. Ait Abdelouhab, D. Idoughi and C. Kolski. Agile & user centric SOA based service design framework applied in disaster management
• A. Benssam, A. Bendjoudi, S. Yahiaoui and N. Nouali-Taboudjemat. Towards a Dynamic Evacuation System for Disaster Situations

10:40-11:00 Break Poster session
• S. Sellami. Ontology-Based Integration for Disaster Management: Approach and System Architecture
• R. Tandlich,C. D. Luyt, T.G. Chirenda,P. Madikizela, M. H. Wisch and D.M. Pyle. Stakeholder participation and sustainable disaster management planning in South Africa.
• S. Attia, A. Boubetra and M. Saad Saoud. Contribution of Computer Simulation to Disaster Management

Session 5: Decision support and Collaboration for Disaster Management

• H. Abdelmoumène and H. Belleili. Modeling a Disaster Management with Decentralized Markov Decision Processes
• A. Bouguessa and B. Boudaa. A Dynamic Adaptation for Context-Aware Service-Based Applications: Disaster Management Case Study
• A. Benghida and M. Boufaida. Web Services discovery in P2P networks based on Clustering
• K. Tadjer and M. Bensaibi. Earthquake risk scenarios of Blida city

12:15-13:15 Lunch

Keynote 4: A Cross Layer Paradigm for Pervasive Use of Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks in Disaster Management
(Pr. Ashfaq Khokhar, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)

14:15-14:30 Break

Session 6: Communication Networks for Disaster Management

• M. Tahar Abbes, M. Senouci, B. Kechar and S. Merabet. A Routing Ad Hoc Network for Disaster Scenario
• C. Tata and M. Kadoch. Multipath Routing Algorithm for Device-to-Device Communications for Public Safety over LTE Heterogeneous Networks
• N. Bendimerad and B. Kechar. Coverage Enhancement with Rotatable Sensors in Wireless Video Sensor Networks for Post-Disaster Management
• B. Zebbane, M. Chenait and N. Badache. RTCP: Redundancy aware Topology Control Protocol for wireless sensor network
• Y. Benosman and M. Benchaiba. An Effective Redundancy Detection Method in Wireless Sensor Networks

16:10-17:10 Closing Ceremony and Awards
17:10-00:00 Social event