Call for Presentation
2021 Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Simulation for Natural Disaster Management
Online – July 01, 2021

Co-located with the
RoboCup 2021


The intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and simulation may contribute to the advance of natural disaster management. AI tools and simulation models, however, have to embed the required features and capabilities in order to be useful on real-world situations. Hence, the collaboration with field experts and policy-makers in the natural disaster domain becomes essential.

The workshop aims to gather together and build a community of researchers, disaster responders, and policy-makers interested in developing and applying Artificial Intelligence (AI) and simulation techniques for natural disaster management.

This workshop is relevant because it will help to create a bridge between technology experts and disaster management practitioners aligning their understand, interpretation, and expectations of each other enabling an environment for the exchange of ideas.

The workshop will be composed of a set of presentation sessions for the sharing experiences and perspectives on natural disaster management. Policy-makers and disaster responders will present how a disaster response plans are respectively designed and executed on the field, while researchers will introduce AI and simulation tools that can be used to support on natural disaster management tasks.

You are invited to present at the Artificial Intelligence and Simulation for Natural Disaster Management workshop held online on July 01, 2021.


Presentation Proposal Submission.: June 05, 2021
Acceptance Notification………….: June 13, 2021
Workshop………………………….: July 01, 2021


Presentation Proposals must be submitted by filling in the form in

There will be two types of Presentations

  • Short presentations have a 20 minute slot, including a 15 minutes presentation and 5 minutes for questions
  • Long presentations have a 40 minute slot, including a 30 minutes presentation and 10 minutes for questions

TOPICS OF INTEREST (but not limited to)

  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning for disaster management
  • Application of simulation on disaster management
  • Coordination, collaboration and decision support technologies and systems for disaster management
  • Intelligent forecasting applications or systems for early detection
  • Prediction and early warning systems
  • Case studies and tools development for disease prediction, propagation and control
  • Open source data and space-based resources to support disaster management
  • Spread of Infectious Disease (e.g., COVID-19)
  • Flooding
  • Tsunami
  • Geological Disasters and Earthquakes
  • Multi-hazard Risk Assessment, Communication & Mitigation
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Natural Hazard Management
  • Geographic Information System & Remote Sensing
  • Alarming and Early Warning Systems
  • Floodway Analysis
  • Disaster Risk Management
  • Critical Infrastructure