ASCE-ICVRAM-ISUMA provides a multi-disciplinary forum for the exchange of knowledge and expertise, in the quantification, mitigation and management of risk and uncertainty, and in decision making. The event is aimed at specialized and synergetic developments in both theory and practice.

Hazards, risks and respective mitigation strategies are of rapidly growing interest in infrastructure systems and the built environment. This includes natural and man-made hazards, economical and banking risks, security risks, critical incidents, insurance risks, environmental risks, nuclear risks, structural vulnerability and reliability, infrastructure security and resilience, structural and infrastructure robustness, software reliability, energy risks, supply chain vulnerability, policy development and many more. Major challenges in the development of solutions are concerned with the high complexity and the multi-disciplinary character of the problems as well as with the comprehensive quantification, efficient processing and management of the involved uncertainties. Proposed approaches are being developed using probabilistic (including Bayesian) concepts, fuzzy and interval concepts, imprecise probabilities, etc.

The objective of this conference is to bring experts and decision makers from different disciplines but working on similar problems together to share information on current and emerging developments and to initiate advancements towards a solution to our challenges through cross-fertilization. This conference will help transition intellectual discussions into robust frameworks for handling emerging vulnerabilities and risks, and provide the leadership and initiative required to respond to national and international disasters.