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16 September 2020 Share

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International Workshop on Collaborative Practices and Technologies for Critical Infrastructure Resilience

The SICt project aims to strengthen the joint risk management capacities linked to events that may partially or totally disrupt the continuity of critical transport infrastructures service with cross-border relevance. It will be achieved by advancing the sharing of knowledge and information on cross-border Critical Infrastructures through the implementation of joint monitoring systems and communication procedures between Lombardy (Italy) and Ticino (Switzerland).

The Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering of the School of Management is scientific partner of the project.

The action strategy of the project is to improve the effectiveness of a shared prevention system built to reduce the impact of potential disruptive events.
On Friday, October 2, selected international projects will share their experiences on collaborative response planning and building Critical Infrastructure Resilience.
The Conference is funded by the Interreg V-A Italy-Switzerland 2014-2020 cooperation program, which aims to create significant economic and social improvements, by pooling the resources available in border areas.

The conference is organised and coordinated by the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Italian Switzerland (Scuola universitaria professionale della Svizzera italiana) – SUPSI, Istitute of Earth Sciences, in collaboration with the Critical Infrastructure Resilience International Network (CIRINT.NET).

Operation co-financed by the European Union, the European Regional Development Fund, the Italian State, the Swiss Confederation and the Cantons as part of the Interreg V-A Italy-Switzerland Cooperation Program.

 


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