Welcome to DRABD2019

In order to reduce the vast losses incurred from weather-related disasters and to accomplish the sustainable development goals and broader human development objectives, social science researchers become more interested in studying the practical issues of climate change and meteorological disaster management (the urgency of technological innovation) from the economics and management science-based framework. The climate and meteorological data, often too large or complex to be handled by using the traditional data methods or existing data-processing application software, carries an abundant wealth for applications and a high value for environmental exposure research, and big data analysis provides a deep technical means for analyzing and extracting information from climate and meteorological data .
The first Symposium on Disaster Risk Analysis and Big Data (DRABD2019) is a large technical event in the field of disaster risk analysis and big data. DRABD2019 will engage in information systems risk exposure, including information security, personal data disclosure, emergent decision and disaster recovery, and provide a stimulating forum for scientists, engineers, educators, and students from all over the world to discuss and present their research findings in this field. The conference will invite renowed scholars in related fields to deliver keynote addresses. All scientific and technological workers in this and similar fields are welcome to contribute and participate in the conference.
DRABD2019 will be held in Pembroke, North Carolina, USA, from November 11 to 14, 2019. The conference is sponsored by the School of Management Science and Engineering, Nanjing University of Information Science & technology and co-sponsored by the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of North Carolina at Pembroke,as well as by Preparatory Committee of Chinese Society of Optimization, Overall Planning and Economic Mathematics.
We look forward to seeing you in North Carolina for this exciting event!