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Hazus Conference Schedule

The Hazus Booth exhibits at several conferences throughout the year to reach its user base nationwide. Stop by the booth or attend a presentation to hear the latest Hazus news, software updates and information about training courses.

Conference

Dates

Location

Hazus Involvement

TISP Critical Infrastructure Symposium

Apr 7 - Apr 8, 2014

Colorado Springs, CO

Presented

National Hurricane Conference

April 17, 2014

Orlando, FL

Presented

ASFPM (tentative)

June 1 - June 6, 2014

Seatlle, WA

Hazus Collatoral

ESRI International Conf.

July 14 - July 18, 2014

San Diego, CA

Hazus Collatoral

HAZUS Conference

Aug 4 - Aug 6, 2014

Indianapolis, IN

Presenting

2014 Hazus Conference

The 7th Annual Hazus User Group Conference is hosted by the Central Hazus User Group. This event brings Hazus users together and provides an information sharing platform, success stories, best practices and lessons learned, recent research and workshops and discussions on Hazus topics of interest. This year's theme is "Translating Risk Assessment into Resilience and Policy." The event will be on August 4-6, 2014 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Registration for the conference can be found by visiting www.hazusconference.com.

2013 Annual Hazus Conference-Symposium

The 6th Annual Hazus Symposium was held in Indianapolis, Indiana, on August 5 – 7, 2013 and was hosted by the Central Hazus User Group (CHUG). The symposium included key sessions such as a Hazus Workshop for new users, Canadian Uses of Hazus, Flood Vulnerability and Social Mapping, a Hazus User Group Forum and an address from Rep. Susan Brooks of the 5th District of Indiana.  Registration was free and open to the public. For symposium proceedings, please navigate to the 2013 Hazus Symposium presentations.

2011 Annual Hazus Conference

The 5th Annual Hazus Conference was held in Seattle, Washington, August 10 – 12, 2011, at the Henry M. Jackson Federal Building located at 915 2nd Avenue, Seattle, Washington, 98101. The conference was an exciting two and a half days with key sessions including Map Your Neighborhood, Flood/Mitigation Planning, Benefit-Cost Analysis for FEMA Hazard Mitigation Assistance Grants and the Use of Hazus Multi-Hazard (Hazus-MH) for Emergency Planning and Preparedness. A coastal storm surge training was also held prior to the conference as well. To view the conference proceedings, please visit www.Hazus.net.

2010 Annual Hazus Conference

The 4th Annual Hazus Conference took place in Indianapolis, Indiana, August 23-25, 2010, two days of educational sessions, hands on training and one-of-a-kind networking opportunities with GIS specialists, emergency managers, geologists, state/local planners and the like. The 2010 Hazus Conference Proceedings are available in the FEMA Library,

2009 Annual Hazus Conference

The 3rd Annual Hazus-MH Conference took place in Raleigh, North Carolina August 10-12, 2009. This conference brought together approximately 200 new users, experienced users and interested users of Hazus-MH, first responders, local government decision makers, planners and GIS specialists. The 2009 Hazus Conference Proceedings are available in the FEMA Library.  

2008 Annual Hazus Conference

The 2nd Annual Hazus-MH Conference was held August 5-7, 2008 at the Omni Hotel in San Diego. The conference brought together a diverse audience of emergency managers, model developers, GIS professionals, educators and risk management specialists to share expertise and experience in the development and use of Hazus-MH. The 2008 Hazus Conference Proceedings are available in the FEMA Library.

2007 Annual Hazus Conference

The 1st Annual Hazus-MH Conference on June 19-21, 2007, hosted by ESRI, brought together over 400 Hazus-MH users from 19 nations to discuss a wide range of topics related to the Hazus-MH model development and applications for risk assessment, planning and preparedness. The 2007 Hazus Conference Proceedings are available in the FEMA Library.

Last Updated: 
07/24/2014 - 16:00
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