RELIEF 13-3 Call for Papers

RELIEF 13-3 Call for Papers

This email serves as a call for whitepapers for the upcoming Research & Experimentation for Local & International Emergency First Responders (RELIEF) event. RELIEF 13-3 will be held 6-9 May 2013 at the Naval Postgraduate School’s McMillan Airfield facility on the Camp Roberts, CA National Guard base.

Occurring quarterly, RELIEF is a multi-institutional, semi-structured event focused on the testing and development of humanitarian assistance & disaster response technologies and processes. RELIEF continues to seek technologies that empower and enable the affected population to rapidly assess and self-organize in the pre-response environment.

Additionally, RELIEF explores emerging technology solutions for humanitarian workers, first responders, government, military, and others involved in the humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations both domestic and worldwide.

To review the Request for Information (RFI) and apply to participate in the 13-3 event, please visit our website: www.npsrelief.org <http://www.nps.edu/Academics/Schools/GSOIS/Departments/IS/Research/FX/RELIEF/ReliefApplicationInstructions.html&gt; .

To be considered for the 13-3 event, whitepapers must be submitted to the Naval Postgraduate School no later than April 15, 2013. Please feel free to contact Tristan Allen with any questions.

Tristan Allen Research Associate  |   Field Experimentation Naval Postgraduate School   |    Monterey, California 1) 704 6542   |   relief@nps.edu

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