3. Poster Session

Date and time: January 2020, 0900 – 1145
Venue: East Building, Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution (DRI)
Language: Japanese / English (simultaneous interpretation for flash talk)
Participation: Public subscription for around 30 persons


Number Name Affiliatoin Title
1 Leap Dam United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), Cambodia RESILIENT HOUSING FOR ALL – Incorporating community lessons in building disaster resilient housing of the Mekong river communities
2 Jiang Yi Save the Children P.R. China Remembering Disasters in China’s Context
3 Abdhesh Kumar Gangwar Coordinator and Focal Point, RCE Srinagar, India (Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development) Telling Tales of Some Indian Disasters
4 Shiti Maghfira Kougetsu School Association Survivor
5 Andi Ferdana Gema Merapi Community Radio living in harmony with the disaster at Merapi
6 Mohammad Alizamani Head of Reconstruction Planning
Housing Foundation of Islamic Republic of Iran, Tehran
Establishment the Technical Services & building Materials Exhibition Complex in the Bam Earthquake (2003)
7 Manivanh Suyavong Director, Gender Development Association, Lao PDR Voices of Resilience: Lao Women in Community-Based Humanitarian Response
8 Ong Ke Shin University Sains Malaysia Tales of flood, Yours and Mine: crowdsourcing flood stories through social media
9 Nyi Soe Former Strategic Support Officer, Coordinating Office of ASEAN Humanitarian Task Force (AHTF) for Cyclone Nargis Cyclone Nargis: A first hand Narrative of the aftermath

10 Barsha Shrestha

Sanjaya Uprety

Central Level Project Implementation Unit (CLPIU), National Reconstruction Authority, Government of Nepal

Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University

Struggle for Heritage Conservation: The Post Disaster Reconstruction of Ranipokhari in Kathmandu
11 Rupesh Shrestha Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust (KVPT) Living heritage of Patan – rebuilding heritage inside Kathmandu valley
12 Sarwar Bari Pattan Development Organisation Building Community Resilience Through Democratisation
13 Saja Majeed South Eastern University of Sri Lanka Disaster survivor to disaster researcher -The story of Saja from 2004 Tsunami response worker to 2019 PhD in disaster resilience
14 Ratchaneekorn Thongthip Director, International Tsunami Museum
Institute for Education and Culture, NPO
Tsunami storytelling from a museum: The 15th memorial and friendship between Japan and Thailand
15 Marlene Murray Executive Director, Pacific Tsunami Museum Sharing Stories: How the Pacific Tsunami Museum Keeps Tsunami Memories Alive
16 Nguyen Vuong GoViet
Virtual Reality for Disaster Preparedness and Response
17 Yuko Marubayashi PhD candidate, Leiden University, Center for the Arts in Society Recipes for the Dead – An Attempt at Integrating Japanese Death Culture and Acts of Testimony
18 Shun Ito / Nagomi Nakamaru Renaissance Of Japanese Education / Osaka University (Ito), Kyoto University (Nakamaru) Project Based Learning for Training Youth to Tell History of Disasters
19 Kazuo Asahiro Associate Professor, Deepartment of Environmental Design, Faculty of Design, Kyushu University Support for Farmland Restoration through Mutual Assistance after Disasters
20 Andrew Mitchell Kumamoto University Kumamoto Earthquake Experience Project (KEEP)
21 Rie KAWASAKI, Atsushi HIKITA Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Science, Hiroshima University Study of Survivors’ Storytelling about Sediment Disaster in Hiroshima, 2014
22 Yasushigei Mori Volunteer Story Teller, Hokudan Earthquake Memorial Park in Awaji A Personal Story of Catastrophe of the 1995 Earthquake in Awaji Island in Japan
23 Mariko Asari 3.11 Memorial Network Introduction to the Approach of a Non-governmental Network of Community Organizations Devoted to Preserving & Disseminating Information Relating to the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake & Tsunami
24 Masaharu Nakagawa 3.11 Future Support Association Visualization of evacuation behavior patterns in the 2011Tohoku Tsunami
25 Masato Tanaka, Misa Egawa Otemon Gakuin University Making Evacuation Behavior a Daily Routine
26 Yosuke Nakamura Graduate School of Disaster Resilience and Governance,University of Hyogo Dissemination of various kinds of Experience at Educational Site-The Case Study of the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake-
27 Miyasada Akira Researcher, Graduate School of Disaster Resilience and Governance, Governance, University oh Hyogo Telling disaster prevention like cherry blossoms(SAKURA) Prepare first, Safety and Lively life later, for disaster.
28 Yuki Orihashi / Yuki Orihashi) Graduate School of Disaster Resilience and Governance,University of Hyogo The Approach of Sharing Records of The Great Hanshin Flood in 1938 and the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake
29 Hinako Suzuki Multi-hazard Risk Assessment Division, Disaster Information Laboratory,
National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience
Sharing communities’ disaster experiences – disclosing digital archive map of disaster monuments – (tentative)
30 Isao Arai NPO Sunflower’s Dream Handmade support for survivors
31 Inagaki fumihiko Chuetsu Organization for Safe and Secure Society Initiatives taken for the CHU-ETSU Earthquake Memorial Corridor
32 Tomoki Takada Kobe City College of Technology A Study on Education Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction by Utilizing “Yokai” as Intellectual Resources
33 Yoji Higashiyama Mt. Unzen Disaster Memorial Hall Passing Down the History of the Damages Caused by Mt.Unzen Volcano and the Issues at Hand

a Flash talk (0930 – 1015)

The Participants of the Poster Session appeal on their respective poster presentations.

b Exchange (1015 – 1145)

Over the poster panels presented in the venue, the presenters and other Poster Session participants, Breakout Session panelists, participants of the Open Symposium and the Plenary Session exchange opinions and information and deepen network over light meals.