Three excellent papers have been selected to represent ISCRAM at the upcoming IEEE Global Humanitarian Technologies Conference (GHTC). These papers are:
"Competing Constraints: the Operational Mismatch Between Business Logistics and Humanitarian Effectiveness" by Robin E. Mays, Robert Racadio and Mary Kay Gugerty of the University of Washington
"Use of Synthetic Aperture Radar Images for Crisis Response and Management" by Gerardo Di Martino, Antonio Iodice, Daniele Riccio and Giuseppe Ruello of the University of Napoli Federico II
"Getting User-generated Content Structured: Overcoming Information Overload in Emergency Management" by Axel Schulz, Jens Ortmann and Florian Probst of SAP Research.
GHTC will occur in Seattle, WA, USA on October 21-24 , 2012. For more information, see http://www.ieeeghtc.org/home/