Stefan Schneiderbauer

Head of Unit

 

Stefan Schneiderbauer PhD is a senior researcher of the  EURAC's Institute for Applied Remote Sensing specialised in the analysis of environmental and societal risks and vulnerabilities and the deployment of satellite images and additional spatial data for respective assessments. He studied Geography in Cologne (Germany) and Louvain‐La‐Neuve (Belgium) and obtained his PhD from the department for geosciences of the Free University Berlin (Germany) in 2007. His dissertation addressed the estimation of populations' risks and vulnerabilities to natural hazards at various spatial scales. Work experience covers lecturing at the University for Applied Science in Berlin, freelance training, facilitating and consulting, as well as carrying out research at the European Commission's Joint Research Centre.

 

 

 

 

emBRACE resilience framework for community resilience to natural hazards

Conceptualizing community resilience to natural hazards – the emBRACE framework

This paper describes the emBRACE framework of community resilience - a heuristic analytical tool for understanding, explaining and measuring community resilience to natural hazards.

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Risk Perception and Community Networks for Community Resilience

This article looks at the role that perception, local knowledge, and social networks play in community resilience in the alpine community of Badia, which experienced a large landslide in 2012.

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Indicators for community resilience

This working paper shows how qualitative and quantitative indicators for assessing the resilience of communities can be identified, developed and synthesised.

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Framing disaster resilience

Framing Community Disaster Resilience: Resources, Capacities, Learning, and Action

Framing Community Disaster Resilience (textbook) offers a guide to the theories, research and approaches for addressing the complexity of community resilience towards hazardous events or disasters.

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emBRACE

The primary aim of the emBRACE project was to build resilience to disasters amongst communities in Europe. This project started on 1 October 2011 and ended on 30 September 2015. 

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