Disaster Research Days 2022

#DRD22

Science and research play an essential role in preventing disasters and building resilient systems. The transfer of scientific knowledge into practice, as well as the joint discourse with representatives of experts from authorities, emergency organizations and business are crucial in order to be as prepared as possible for challenges in the prevention and management of disasters.

The Disaster Research Days 2022 support this dialogue and the networking between the individual scientific disciplines and departments in disaster management.

The #DRD22 will be held from October 13th to 14th at the University of Innsbruck.

 

Conference Program

Flip through the conference program or download it here >

You can register to DRD22 using our ConfTool at the following link:

REGISTRATION DRD22

The following participation fees apply:

Participant: 250 €

DCNA member: 125 €

Student & member of an emergency organization or government agency: 25 €  

For further questions we are available per E-Mail.

Submission

In order to submit a paper to the Disaster Research Days, the DOCX template for submissions must be used. The submission is only possible after login/registration using our ConfTool.

Conference venue

University of Innsbruck
Universitätshauptgebäude, 1. Obergeschoß

 

Evening reception

The evening reception is still being planned.

Conference venue

University of Innsbruck

Innrain 52, A-6020 Innsbruck

Universitätshauptgebäude, 1. Obergeschoß

Evening reception

In planning

The evening reception is still being planned.

Getting there

The Disaster Research Days 2022 will take place at the University of Innsbruck, Campus Innrain 52 in the university's main building.

Overview on Google Maps

 

Travel via public transportation from the main railway station:

Lines 5, F, R stop directly at the University of Innsbruck. The stop is called "Klinik / Universität". The tram 5 runs every 10 minutes during the day, the bus R runs every 7.5 minutes (both in this rhythm until about 8 p.m.).

Other lines stop nearby: lines 1 and 3 on Bürgerstraße, as well as on the market square (Marktplatz): 1, 3, M.
You can find the line network map of the Innsbruck public transport company here.

 

 

On foot from the main railway station to the university (Innrain 52):

Walking time 17 minutes: Route on Google Maps

 

Travel via car / info on parking

Navigate to Innrain 52 on the “Innsbruck West” motorway exit.

We would like to draw your attention to the fact that there is parking space management throughout the city and therefore no free parking spaces and no long-term parking spaces are available.

  • There is a short-term parking zone around the university from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Mon-Fri) and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (inner-city zone). On Saturdays, free parking is possible on the outskirts of the university. Depending on the zone, the maximum parking time is 90 to 180 minutes.
  • Park & Ride is possible at Olympiaworld. € 18 per day including 5 tickets for the Innsbruck transport company. See here for details.
  • Detailed information on parking in Innsbruck can be found on the website of the city of Innsbruck.
  • There are several underground car parks nearby (Hentschelhof Garage, Innrain 25 / Markthallengarage, Herzog-Siegmund-Ufer 5 / Altstadtgarage, Innrain 4 / Parken Innsbruck, Innerkoflerstraße 15)

Accommodations

Accommodation can be booked here or through booking.com and the following search.

Booking.com

All information about the conference location is available on the Innsbruck Tourism website. The following video gives a little insight into and around Innsbruck.