SRA–E CONFERENCE NOVI SAD 2022

Final Programme

Central European Time (CET)

Conference venue and location

UNIVERSITY OF NOVI SAD

Dr Zorana Đinđića 1
21102 Novi Sad
Republic of Serbia

SUNDAY, 12.06.

08.30-08.45

Welcome to Novi Sad!

13.00-17:00

Pre-conference workshop organized by the SRA-E: DACHL Chapter

Target group: Junior scientists in risk research (PhDs and Postdocs)

17.00-20.00

Social program : Pre-conference registration & cocktail

MONDAY, 13.06.
Morning session: 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM CET

08.30-09.00

Registration

09.00-09.30

Opening ceremony

09.30-10.00

Plenary session – Key-note lecture

Gavriil Xanthopoulos,

PhD, Institute of Mediterranean Forest Ecosystems of the Hellenic Agricultural Organization “Demeter”, Greece

The catastrophic forest fire season of 2021 in Greece, and its aftermath: Lessons to be learned

10.00-10.30

Plenary session – Key-note lecture

Enrico Ronchi,

Associate Professor in Evacuation Modelling, Lund University, Sweden

– Online presentation –

The role of evacuation modelling in dynamic wildland-urban interface fire vulnerability assessment

10.30-10.45

Q&A

10.45-11.15

Coffee break

Session 1 Chair – Mirjana Laban

11.15-11.30

ID: 41 Contaminated water? Need for enhanced risk communication practices on the water to be discharged from the nuclear reactors in Fukushima 

Author: Mariko Nishizawa

– Online presentation –

Symposia: Motivating people to engage in risk mitigation: From risk perception to risk communication

Symposia coordinator: Nadja Contzen

11.30-11.45

Josianne Kollmann: Perceived costs, risks, and benefits of decentralised wastewater treatment systems and their relation to public acceptance: Findings from Bangalore, India

11.45-12.00

Nadja Contzen: Concern for the environment or human health? The influence of risk information and personal values on the acceptance of pesticide use

12.00-12.15

Angela Bearth: Motivated to protect humans, animals, and the environment: Communicating the risks of biocidal products

12.15-12.30

Christoph Böhmert: Targeting Radon Risk Communication – is it Worthwhile for Government Agencies?

12.30-13.30

Lunch break

Roundtable

Does risk analysis have a future in Europe?

13.30-15.00

Moderator: Ragnar Löfstedt, King’s Centre for Risk Management, King’s College London, Great Brittan & President of the Society for Risk Analysis (SRA),

 
 
 
Frederic Emmanuel Bouder, PhD, University of Stavanger & Past President of the Society for Risk Analysis-Europe (SRA-E), Norway
 
 
 
Ortwin Renn, PhD, University of Stuttgart, Germany
 
 

Robyn S. Wilson, PhD, Professor of Risk Analysis and Decision Science, The Ohio State University, College of food, agricultural and environmental sciences, School of Environment and Natural Resources & Past President of the Society for Risk Analysis (SRA), Columbus, Ohio, USA

 
Rui Gaspar, PhD, Catholic University of Portugal, Faculty of Human Sciences, Católica Research Centre for Psychological, Family and Social Wellbeing (CRC-W) & President of the Society for Risk Analysis-Europe (SRA-E), Portugal
 
 
Tanja Perko, PhD, Belgian Nuclear Research Centre (SCK CEN) and University of Antwerp, Belgium
 

Poster session

14.45 – 15.45

ID: 63 Isolation measures and state of emergency – importance for mental health (example from Serbia)

Authors: Nada Tatalović, Slavica Dabižljević,Marija Jevtić,  Mirjana Laban

ID: 64 Urban and rural environment as a factor of resilience during the pandemic crisis (example from Serbia)

Authors: Slavica Dabižljević, Nada Tatalović, Marija Jevtić, Mirjana Laban

ID: 97 Comparative and experimental analysis of fire-resistant doors according to Serbian standards

Authors: Snežana Ilić, Mirjana Laban, Igor Džolev

ID: 74 Application of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in floods: the case of the municipality of Krupanj, Serbia 2014

Authors: Marko Marković, Mehmed Batilović, Tatjana Budimirov, Marijana Vujinović, Zoran Sušić, Vladimir Bulatović

ID: 54 The Republic of Serbia  response to the global public health crisis COVID 19 and  socio-economic impact of the event

Authors: Sandra Nedeljkovic, Marija Jevtić, Mirjana Laban

ID: 70 Testing the mechanical, physical and chemical characteristics of the selected protective clothing

Authors: Linda Makovická Osvaldová, Katarína Hollá, Jozef Kubás, Mária Hudáková, Karel Klouda, Kateřina Bátrlová

ID: 49 Perception of online medical platforms: AI docs are fine for others but not for me

Authors: Matthias F. C. Hudecek, Susanne Gaube, Dieter Frey, Julia Cecil, Pia Hummelsberger, Eva Lermer

ID: 72 Particle Size Influence of Combustible Food Dust Layer on a Heated Surface on Minimum Ignition Temperature

Authors: Miroslava Vandlíčková, Iveta Marková, Stanislava Gašpercová

ID: 37 Healthcare performance mediators during the COVID-19 pandemic. case study:Romanian

Authors: Cristina Savu, Iuliana Armas, Marin Burcea

ID: 48 AI for you, human doctor for me: Re-analysis of the not in my health’s backyard effect

Authors: Eva Lermer, Susanne Gaube, Dieter Frey, Julia Cecil, Pia Hummelsberger, Matthias F. C. Hudecek,

ID: 99 Risk analysis quality of hydrogen production facilities in Northern Norway – A case study of risk acceptance, communication, and stakeholder engagement

Authors: Siri Aasen Christiansen, Masoud Naseri

ID: 90 Exploring business actions to cope with disasters and climate change – Evidence from Albania

Authors: Peseta Grabova, Elona Pojani

ID: 96 Development of Web platform for NRA results presentation in Montenegro

Authors: Jelena Pejovic, Nina Serdar, Đorđe Đonović

ID: 107 Quantitative fire risk assessment in public buildings

Authors: Almir Rushiti, Meri Cvetkovska, Mirjana Laban

15.45-16.15

Coffee break

Afternoon Sessions 4:15 PM - 6:30 PM CET

Session 2 Chair – Ljiljana Popovć

Symposia: Intersectional approaches to risk

Symposia coordinators: Katarina Giritli Nygren, Susanna Öhman and Anna Olofsson

16.15-16.30

Emelie Larsson: The closure of a maternity ward in Sweden: intersections of risk, gender and place

16.30-16.45

Ida Sjöberg: Experiences of public safety: An intersectional analysis of (un)safety in public space

16.45-17.00

Joel Alba: Women’s contingency capacities at the intersection of culture, knowledge, and power

17.00-17.15

17.15-17.30

Anna Olofsson: Intersectional analyses of risk

Sara Alemir: Intersectional risk theory and methods: girls and women in transit Mexico – United States

17.30-17.45

ID: 6 Seeing household chemicals through the eyes of children – Investigating influential factors of preschoolers’ behavior and risk-perception

Authors: Noah Bosshart, Angela Bearth, Stephanie Wermelinger, Moritz Daum, Michael Siegrist

17.45-18.00

ID: 9 Closing the cycle in urban agriculture: Acceptance of human-sourced fertilizers by urban farmers and residents

Authors: Marijn Poortvliet, Lotte Oosterhek, Jan Weijma

18.00-18.15

ID: 11 Regulatory science and the diversity of criteria for methodological choice

Authors: Oliver Todt, José Luis Luján

18.15-18.30

ID: 12 Emergency managers’ and first responders’ seismic risk perception – A public survey in Greece

Authors: Anna Fokaefs, Kalliopi Sapountzaki

TUESDAY, 14.06
Morning session: 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM CET

08.30-09.00

Registration

09.00-09.30

Plenary session – Key-note lecture

Meri Cvetkovska,

Full professor at the Department for Structural Mechanics, University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje North Macedonia

Influence of fire load and ventilation factor on fire risk in buildings

09.30-10.00

Plenary session – Key-note lecture

Helene Joffe,

Professor of Psychology, University College London, United Kingdom

– Online presentation –

How can Risk Preparedness Practices be Fostered?

10.00-10.15

Q&A

10.15-10.45

Coffee break

Session 3 Chair – Marko Vuković

Symposia: From perception to behaviour: lessons from Covid19 PAN-FIGHT project

Symposia coordinators: Frederic Bouder

10.45-11.00

George Warren: The determinants of COVID-19 protective behaviours in Germany and the UK

-Online presentation –

11.00-11.15

Frederic Bouder: The PAN-FIGHT project: from perception to behaviour, an overview

11.15-11.30

Darrick Evensen: How satisfaction with governmental risk communication directly and indirectly affects COVID-19 mitigation behaviours

-Online presentation –

11.30-11.45

ID: 17 Does communication of uncertainty influence people’s emotions and public participation intention? A psychophysiological study

Author: Ferdiana Hoti

11.45-12.00

ID: 28 Identifying good practices in capacity-building for futures literacy: climate change and AI risks

Author: Yee-Kuang Heng

-Online presentation –

12.00-12.15

ID: 15 Perceived personal risk of COVID-19 in relation to other determinants of vaccination likelihood

Authors: Glynis Breakwell, Rusi Jaspal

12.15-12.30

ID: 18 Understanding the Influence of Risk on the Decision to Act Dishonestly during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Authors: Ian Dawson, Yaniv Hanoch

-Online presentation –

12.30-13.30

Lunch break

13.00-13.30

SRA-E General Assembly Meeting

Afternoon Sessions: 1:30 PM - 5:45 PM CET

Session 4 Chair – Igor Džolev

13.30-13.45

ID: 21 Exploring public perception and reaction to the national weather warning system in Ireland

Authors: Gavin D. Brown, Ann Largey, Caroline McMullan, Niamh Reilly, Muskan Sahdev

-Online presentation –

13.45-14.00

ID: 60 Toward a logic for decision-making rationales

Authors: Thor Kronow, Matias Wulff

-Online presentation –

14.00-14.15

ID: 25 Exploring perceptions of CDR in the Global South

Authors: Elspeth Spence, Nick Pidgeon

14.15-14.30

ID: 58 In search of infodemics: US media amplification of risk

Authors: Cormac Bryce, Michael Dowling, Cheng Long, Jamie Wardman

-Online presentation –

14.30-14.45

ID: 27 On the impact of the social environment on risk perception and worry

Author: Nadine D. Müller

14.45-15.00

ID: 31 Concern about water, weather and climate: Evidence from the World Risk Poll

Authors: Josh Inwald, Wändi Bruine de Bruin, Joe Árvai, Marc Yaggi

15.00-15.15

ID: 32 Do privacy and safety as values influence emotions towards a smart home device?

Author: Nicole Huijts

15.15-15.30

ID: 35 Defining responsible AI communication of emerging technologies

Author: Anca Rusu, Myriam Merad

15.30-16.00

Coffee break

Session 5 Chair – Senka Bajić

16.00-16.15

ID: 36 What indicators should be considered when assessing and/or comparing industrial major risk prevention policies? Paving the way towards an assessment framework

Authors: Scarlett Tannous, Myriam Merad, Jan Hayes

16.15-16.30

ID: 46 Mitigating vulnerabilities with social media: a cross-national comparative study of European emergency managers’ practices

Authors: Sten Torpan, Sten Hansson, Kati Orru

16.30-16.45

ID: 29 Modeling responses styles in radiological risk perception scales

Authors: Melisa Muric, Peter Thijssen

16.45-17.00

ID: 51 The impact of uncertainty communication on risk perception and public participation intention? The case of decommissioning of nuclear power plants in Belgium

Authors: Ferdiana Hoti, Tanja Perko, Peter Thijssen, Ortwin Renn

17.00-17.15

ID: 52 Natural hazard risk preparedness among Swiss households: public involvement and integration increase readiness to act

Authors: Elisabeth Maidl, Matthias Buchecker,

17.15-17.30

ID: 55 Forever chemicals: Heterogeneity in expert’s beliefs about PFAS and what to do about it

Authors: Ellise Suffill, Mathew White, Sabine Pahl

-Online presentation –

17.30-17.45

ID: 62 Machine Learning approach characterizing patients’ movements via bed pressure and wearable sensors data

Authors: Honoria Ocagli, Corrado Lanera, Carlotta Borghini, Danila Azzolina, Dario Gregori

17.45-18.45

SRA-E Chapter meeting

SRA-E Benelux Chapter meeting

SRA-E DACHL Chapter meeting

SRA-E Iberian Chapter meeting

SRA-E Nordic Chapter meeting

19.30

Social program – Social Dinner
With live music programme

WEDNESDAY, 15.06
Morning session: 9:00 AM - 1:15 PM CET

08.30-09.00

Registration

09.00-09.30

CLOSING SESSION

PRESENTATION OF 2023 CONFERENCE

CONCLUSIONS OF THE CONFERENCE

Session 6 Chair – Slobodan Šupić

09.30-09.45

ID: 47 Systemic Risks, Social Tipping Points, and Adaptation Limits: Concepts, Models and Governance

Authors: Sirkku Juhola, Tatiana Filatova, Reinhard Mechler, Stefan Hochrainer-Stigler, Jürgen Scheffran, Pia-Johanna Schweizer

-Online presentation –

09.45-10.00

ID: 50 The Impacts of Economic Sanctions on Production and Trade of Sanctioned Goods

Authors: Misak Avetisyan, David Lektzian

-Online presentation –

10.00-10.15

ID: 76 Impact for smokers on risk of lung cancer by switching to Heat-Not_Burn-Tobacco (HNBT) products on the long run: a simulation study based on dose-response modeling

Authors: Dario Gregori, Patrizia Bartolotta, Isabella Rosato

10.15-10.30

ID: 84 A shape-derived machine learning approach from real foreign-bodies 3D-scans to picture-based assessment of risk of injury in children

Authors: Andrea Francavilla, Corrado Lanera, Carlotta Borghini, Dario Gregori

10.30-10.45

ID: 85 Social media mining as an alternative approach to early detect risks related to foodborne diseases

Authors: Silvano Salaris, Corrado Lanera, Dario Gregori

10.45-11.00

ID: 86 Challenges within the understanding of uncertainty: Policymakers’ and risk field perspective

Authors: Sanja Mrkšić Kovačević, Frederic Bouder

11.00-11.15

ID: 89 Portugal as a case study on COVID-19 vaccination: Psychosocial, sociodemographic and contextual predictors of vaccination intention

Authors: Rui Gaspar, Cristina Albuquerque Godinho, Rita Francisco, Andreia Silva da Costa,Válter Fonseca, Diana Costa, Miguel Telo de Arriaga

11.15-11.45

Coffee break

Session 7 Chair – Senka Bajić

11.45-12.00

ID: 30 Anchor-Cue Effects on Hazard Identification in Risk Assessments

Authors: Piers Fleming, Harry England

-Online presentation –

12.00-12.15

ID: 33 Determinants of flood risk awareness and preparedness among citizens – The case of Jordan

Authors: Leen Gammoh, Ian Dawson, Konstantinos Katsikopoulos,

-Online presentation –

12.15-12.30

ID: 22 The use of nudges to properly storage food in domestic refrigerators: results from a behavioural study

Authors: Silvia Mari, Barbara Tiozzo Pezzol, Mirko Ruzza, Mosè Giaretta, Anna Pinto, Valentina Demasi,
Licia Ravarotto

– Online presentation –

12.30-12.45

ID: 44 Presence of chemical contaminants in bivalve molluscs: risk perception, opinion and knowledge of Italian consumers

Authors: Anna Pinto, Stefania Crovato, Giuseppe Arcangeli, Laura Bille, Manuela Dalla Pozza, Claudio Mantovani, Giulia Mascarello, Licia Ravarotto

-Online presentation –

12.45-13.00

ID: 26 Sequencing the significance of the risk parameters in chemical industries with the application of fuzzy set theory and deep learning

Authors: Zhichao He, Kaixin Shen, Wenguo Weng

-Online presentation –

13.00-13.15

ID: 59 Impact of safety and health at work on registrated accidents with regard to the risks that cause them

Authors: Katarína Košútová, Linda Makovická Osvaldová, Jozef Kubás, Katarína Hollá, Patrik Mitrenga

-Online presentation –

13.15-13.30

ID: 38 The perception of privacy risks on the Internet: A faceted approach

Authors: Gisela Böhm, Hans-Rüdiger Pfister, Vanessa Ayres-Pereira, Ingvar Tjøstheim

13.30-14.15

Lunch break

Afternoon Sessions 2:15 PM - 4:15 PM CET

Session 8 Chair – Ana Perišić

14.15-14.30

ID: 65 The risks of microplastics: Exploring citizens’ perceptions in Germany and Italy

Authors: Robin Janzik, Giorgia Zamariola, Severine Koch, Domagoj Vrbos, Mathew White, Sabine Pahl, Gaby-Fleur Böl, Natalie Berger

– Online presentation –

14.30-14.45

ID: 69 Linking law, Risk analysis and Management: The new risk concept and status and use of legal standards in Risk regulation.

Authors: Ole Andreas Engen, Jacob Kringen, Marja Ylönen

– Online presentation –

14.45-15.00

ID: 75 Reconciling Risk as Threat and Opportunity: Managing Risk in UK Boardrooms

Authors: Simon Ashby, Cormac Bryce, Patrick Ring

-Online presentation –

15.00-15.15

ID: 87 Technological risk perceptions in Lithuania: cross-hazards and spatial comparisons  

Author: Aistė Balžekienė

– Online presentation –

15.15-15.30

ID: 88 Options for recovering quality of water in the event of natural disasters using water treatment plants

Authors: Kristián Slašťan, Jozef Svetlík, Rudolf Rečlo, Iveta Marková,

– Online presentation –

15.30-15.45

ID: 94 Pressure loss as a risk for pumping water during emergencies

Authors: Rudolf Rečlo, Jozef Svetlík, Kristián Slašťan, Iveta Marková,

– Online presentation –

15.45-16.00

ID: 95 “It feels hot today. Should I protect myself?”: an exploratory analysis of the effects of safety, threat, and challenge on heat wave protection intentions

Authors: Samuel Domingos, Rui Gaspar, João Marôco, Wändi Bruine de Bruin

– Online presentation –

16.00-16.15

ID: 42 The effects of a serious game to raise awareness about Dark Patterns Designs

Authors: Vanessa Ayres-Pereira, Ingvar Tjøstheim, Gisela Böhm,

-Online presentation –