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David Lallemant (Nanyang Technological University)

Appointment: Assistant Professor

Research topics:

• Disaster risk analysis
• Reliability Analysis
• Probabilistic methods
• Statistical learning
• Disaster impact and recovery

For more information, visit our disaster-analytics.com webpage.

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Aug 4, 2021 - Nature-Based Solution for Flood Risk Reduction
Lallemant, David; Hamel, Perrine; Balbi, Mariano; Lim, Tian Ning; Schmitt, Rafael; Win, Shelly, 2021, "Related data for: Nature-based solutions for flood risk reduction: A probabilistic modeling framework", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/BNHSTP, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Related data for publication: Nature-Based Solutions for Flood Risk Reduction: A Probabilistic Modeling Framework Model input data includes: Satellite-based flood extent maps for Monywa, Myanmar for flood events in 2002, 2003, 2007. Maps produced by Cloud2Street using MODIS satel...
Nature-Based Solution for Flood Risk Reduction(Nanyang Technological University)
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Jul 24, 2021
Flooding is the most frequent and damaging natural hazard globally. While nature-based solutions can reduce flood risk, they are not part of mainstream risk management. We develop a probabilistic risk analysis framework to quantify these benefits that i) accounts for frequent sma...
Informatics for Equitable Recovery(Nanyang Technological University)
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Jul 24, 2021
Informatics for Equitable Recovery is a transdisciplinary research project that brings together data scientists, engineers, social scientists and civic organizations to improve post-disaster information systems and decision support tools. Example use cases for these information s...
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