HOW VULNERABLE ARE OUR TRANSPORT, ENERGY AND TELECOMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURES?

RAIN contributes to minimising the impact of extreme weather events on transport, energy and telecommunication networks. The project will develop early warning systems, decision support tools and engineering solutions to ensure rapid reinstatement of the network. This will improve reliability of critical infrastructures and reduce disruption for citizens.


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  • Photo credits: Thesupermat

    The frequency and severity of the latest extreme weather events in Europe has sent out a strong alarm signal, urging both local authorities and scientists to act. Part of the solution to counter the devastating… Read More

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    Beatriz Martinez-Pastor, Maria Nogal and Alan O’Connor from the department of Civil Engineering at Trinity College Dublin presented the paper ‘Bi-phase methodology for sensitivity analysis of complex models, applied to the model of evaluating resilience… Read More

  • WorkshopBratislava13July2016

    Brian Caulfield (from TCD) and Zdenek Dvorak (from UNIZA) participated at the Civil Protection workshop held in Bratislava, Slovakia on 13 and 14 July 2016. This workshop was organised in the framework of the Slovak Presidency… Read More

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