3rd International Workshop on Remote Sensing for Post-Disaster Response
September 12-13, 2005, Chiba, Japan
Hosted by Chiba University
1-33 Yayoi-cho, Inage-ku, Chiba 263-8522, Japan
Workshop Sponsors:
Faculty of Engineering, Chiba University
Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI)
Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research (MCEER)
University of California, Irvine
Program Schedule
Monday, September 12th, 2005
Title Speaker Manuscript Slide
Welcome and Introductions Hiroshi Noguchi, Dean, Faculty of Eng., Chiba University
Masanobu Shinozuka, University of California, Irvine/MCEER
Workshop Objectives Ronald T. Eguchi, ImageCat/EERI
Fumio Yamazaki, Chiba University
Application of Remote Sensing Technology in Natural Hazard Assessment - Examples from 2004 and 2005 Masanobu Shinozuka, UCI
The Need and Development for Dynamic Integrated GIS Enhancement and Support Tools (DIGEST) - The Geospatial Project Management Tool (GeoProMT) Chris S. Renschler, State University of New York at Buffalo
3D Seismic Hazard and Risk Maps for Earthquake Awareness of Citizens with Aids of GIS and Remote Sensing Technologies Saburoh Midorikawa, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Application of Landsat 5 and High-Resolution Optical Satellite Imagery to Investigate Urban Tsunami Damage Beverley J. Adams, ImageCat, UK
Post Tsunami Survey and Hazard Map Development in Sri Lanka Srikantha Herath, United Nations University
Remote sensing technology for Tsunami Disasters Along the Andaman Sea, Thailand Supapis Polngam, GISTDA, Thailand
Comparison of Earthquake Damage Evaluation using Change Detection and Thematic Classification Kyu-Seok Woo, University of Texas
Estimation of Landform Classification Based on Land Use and Its Change - Use of Object-based Classification and Altitude Data - Shoichi Nakai, Chiba University
Deployment of VIEWS after Hurricane Katrina Charles K. Huyck, ImageCat
Tuesday, September 13th, 2005
Title Speaker Manuscript Slide
Recap on Day 1 Ronald T. Eguchi, ImageCat
Fumio Yamazaki, Chiba University
Remote Sensing, GIS, and Modeling Technologies Enhance the Synergic Capability to Comprehend the Impact of Great Tsunami Disaster Shun'ichi Koshimura, Tohoku University
Masasuke Takashima, Fuji-Tokoha University
Geography, Disaster Recovery and Remote Sensing Arleen A. Hill, Memphis State University
Evaluation of Tsunami Damage in the Eastern Part of Sri Lanka due to the 2004 Sumatra Earthquake Using High-Resolution Satellite Images Hiroyuki Miura, Tokyo Institute of Technology
SAR Data Calibration by Urban Texture: Application for the Bam Earthquake using Envisat Satellite ASAR Data Babak Mansouri, UCI/ImageCat/MK Beton
Preliminary Results in Development of an Object-based Image Analysis Method for Earthquake Damage Assessment T. Thuy Vu, EDM/NIED
Katrina's Fury: An Assessment of Environmental Data Fusion for Rapid Large Scale Hurricane Damage Assessment Using Moderate Resolution Imagery Richard Watson, Theresa R. Watson, Enrique L. Montano, and Crystal M. Krause,
CREATE at the University of New Mexico
Airborne and spaceborne images for earthquake damage detection of expressways and buildings Yoshihisa Maruyama, Chiba University
Infrastructure Inventory Compilation Using Single High Resolution Satellite Images Pooya Sarabandi, Stanford University
Characteristics of Remote Sensing Images for the 2004 Niigata-ken Chuetsu Earthquake Masashi Matsuoka, EDM/NIED
An urban Damage Scale based on Satellite and Airborne Imagery Ronald T. Eguchi, ImageCat
Research Needs for Disaster Response - Group Discussion Richard Watson, University of New Mexico
Workshop Resolutions Ronald T. Eguchi and Fumio Yamazaki
Closure Fumio Yamazaki and Masanobu Shinozuka
Link to Remote Sensing Workshop Series
2003 Workshop, Irvine, CA, USA

2004 Workshop, New port Beach, CA, USA

2006 Workshop, Cambridge UK

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