Monday 4 September – Day 1

9.50 | Opening

Keynote
Research utilisation and innovation

University of Washington, USA
11:30

Morning Tea

Stream 1
Darling Harbour Theatre
Stream 2
Meeting Room C4.1
Stream 3
Meeting Rooms C4.9 & C4.10
Stream 4
Meeting Room C4.11
Bushfire and smoke modelling
Communication
Mental health and well-being
Economics

Bushfire and Smoke Modelling

A unified approach to fire spread modelling

University of NSW & Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC
12:40

Lunch

Stream 1
Darling Harbour Theatre
Stream 2
Meeting Room C4.1
Stream 3
Meeting Rooms C4.9 & C4.10
Stream 4
Meeting Room C4.11
Prescribed burning
Community
Policy
Flood and wind

Prescribed Burning

The Australian flammability monitoring system

Australian National University & Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC
15:00

Afternoon Tea & Poster Session

Stream 1
Darling Harbour Theatre
Stream 2
Meeting Room C4.1
Stream 3
Meeting Rooms C4.9 & C4.10
Stream 4
Meeting Room C4.11
Predictive services
Capability
Physical health and well-being
Youth

Predictive Services

Thermodynamic considerations of pyrocumulus formation

Bureau of Meteorology & Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC

Keynote
Building natural hazard resilience – what is the knowledge “push” needed?

Director, The Resilience to Nature’s Challenges, National Science Challenge, NZ
17:30

Welcome & Awards

18:30

Welcome Drinks | Exhibition