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2018 Japan Typhoon Vulnerability Model (1.0)

Extension of CAR’s typhoon vulnerability modelling capability, to cover Japan
Client: Guy Carpenter Marsh

2016 GEVES Chile, Mexico, Japan and Israel

Updating of the GEVES earthquake vulnerability models
Client: Guy Carpenter Marsh

2014-2015 China Typhoon Vulnerability Model (1.0)

Development of a windstorm vulnerability model for China
Client: PartnerRe Ltd

2014 China Earthquake Vulnerability Model

Development of a new GEVES China Model (1.0)
Client: PartnerRe Ltd

2014 Portugal Earthquake Vulnerability Model (2.0)

Upgrading of the GEVES Portugal Model (1.0) and additional analysis
Client: Guy Carpenter

2013 EEPI Map

EEPI Map is a tool which enables photographs to be used to investigate building vulnerability to hazards, and analyse post-earthquake event damage patterns and shaking intensity.
See http://eepimap.com

2012 - 2014 International Macroseismic Scale

Development of an update to EMS-98 suitable for international application
Client: GEM/Willis Re

2012 Government Action for Disasters

Foresight report on institutional resilience to disasters worldwide
Client: UK Government Office for Science

2012 Reconstruction of L'Aquila, Italy

International Conference on the post-earthquake reconstruction of the historic centre
Client: OECD & Groningen University

2011-13: Geocan, Christchurch, New Zealand

Evaluation of earthquake damage imagery
Client: Global Earthquake Model (GEM) & Willis Group

2010-12: ReBuilDD

Development of remote sensing techniques for disaster recovery and reconstruction
Client: EPSRC

2010: GEM Inventory Collection Tools

Development of software tools for earthquake loss estimation
Client: Global Earthquake Model (GEM)

2009: NERA

Client: EU (FP7 Network)

2009: GEM Earthquake Consequences Database (GEMECD)

Relational database on the consequences of historic earthquakes
Client: Global Earthquake Model (GEM)

2009: Laypersons Guide

Guidelines for risk assessment and mitigation for British Council properties worldwide
Client: British Council

2009: FP7 Project Evaluation

Expert review of EU Framework Program 7 research proposals
Client: EU

2009: Casualty Workshop

Second international workshop on disaster casualties
Client: Risk Management Solutions (RMS) & Willis Group

2009: GEM Scientific Board

Chairing the GEM Scientific Board for evaluation of project proposals
Client: Global Earthquake Model (GEM)

2009: Cambridge Earthquake Impact Database (CEQID)

Relational database of earthquake building damage worldwide.
See http://ceqid.org
Client: Coburn Foundation

2008: Earthquake Damage Survey, Wenchuan, China

Reconnaissance survey of the Wenchuan earthquake
Client: EPSRC & Cambridge University

2008: Earthquake Damage Database (I)

Relational database of earthquake building damage worldwide
Client: Coburn Foundation

2007: Woodford Risk Assessment

Assessment of windstorm and other risks to widespan structures
Client: BAE Systems

2007: PAGER Casualties

Prompt Assessment for Global Earthquake Response
Client: US Geological Service (USGS)

2006: British Council Earthquake Risk Assessment (II)

Earthquake vulnerability assessment of British Council properties worldwide
Client: British Council

2006: Woodford Risk Assessment Feasibility Study

Assessment and mitigation of windstorm and other risks to widespan structures
Client: BAE Systems

2006: Willis Research Network (WRN) Stage 1

Research on exposure and vulnerability to natural hazards
Client: Willis Group

2006: Disaster Recovery

Development of remote sensing tools for monitoring and evaluating disaster recovery
Client: EPSRC & University of Cambridge

2005: Tsunami Housing Evaluation

Evaluation of Indonesian housing proposals for post-disaster reconstruction (Indian Ocean Tsunami)
Client: British Red Cross

2005: Samlesbury Risk Assessment Study

Assessment and mitigation of windstorm and other risks to widespan structures
Client: BAE Systems

2005: Wellington Casualty Study (Phase II)

Development of earthquake casualty model
Client: Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC), New Zealand

2005: Brough Risk Assessment Study

Assessment and mitigation of windstorm and other risks to widespan structures
Client: BAE Systems

2005: Vesuvius Risk Assessment

Client: Dept. of Civil Protection, Govt. of Italy

2003: Warton Risk Assessment Study (II)

Assessment and mitigation of windstorm and other risks to widespan structures
Client: BAE Systems

2002: Warton Risk Assessment Study (I)

Assessment and mitigation of windstorm and other risks to widespan structures
Client: BAE Systems

2001: TreeRAT

Development of a tree-related subsidence risk assessment tool
Client: Royal & SunAlliance

2000: Inntal Project, Austria (Phase 3)

WW2 Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) risk assessment and zonation study
Client: Brenner Eisenbahn GmbH (BEG)

2000: Turkey Earthquake and Flood Reinsurance (TEFER)

Risk study to underpin a new earthquake and flood reinsurance pool for Turkey
Client: Govt. of Turkey & Willis

1999: Inntal Project, Austria (Phase 2)

WW2 Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) risk assessment and zonation study
Client: Brenner Eisenbahn GmbH (BEG)

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