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  • 1. ISCRAM Summer  School 2012 Kayvan Yousefi Mojir Linköping University Sweden
  • 2. My Background y gBachelor degree 1998-2003 Computer Engineering, Majoring Software Software engineering, System modelling and design, algorithm design Internet engineering, database fundamentals Logic circuits, Microprocessor, Computer Architecture 2
  • 3. My Background? Cont. y gMaster Degree EMIS : Master of Science in Engineering and Management of Information System (teknik och ledning för informationssystem) 2008-2011 IT project management Requirements elicitation and analysis Process for IT production Enterprise computing and ERPs p p g Business Process Design 3
  • 4. Research Project Title jO Change processes in Emergency Response Systems regarding and involving new actors and information system support Supervisor : Sofie Pilemalm Co-Supervisor: Stefan Holgersson 4
  • 5. Emergency Response Systems = ERS 5
  • 6. Research AreaO System analysisO Policy and practice in ERSO Change processesO Inter-organizational collaborationO IT and communications in organizational processesO E-services 6
  • 7. Emergency Management A discipline that deals with Recovery risk and risk avoidance Mitigation Communication Response Preparedn essGeorge D Haddow et al , Introduction to emegency management Fouth edition , Elsevier , 2011 ISBN 978 1 85617 D. Haddow, al. management,Fouth 2011,ISBN 978-1-85617- 7959-1 , Chapter 2
  • 8. Accidents•Building fire•Traffic accident T ffi id•Non-building fire g•Emission of dangeroussubstances•Fall•Drowning•Building collapse•Animal in danger•Person i d P in danger•Water damage 8
  • 9. Known actors and new actorsO First responders (Stenberg et al 2010) 2010).O Bystanders.O Voluntary organizations organizations.O External actors (secondary actors) (MSB, 2010).O Secondary actors 9
  • 10. Actors from different point of views Proffesionals,semi- Public,Commercial,un roffeciotnals,Amateur ion,privated Vocational Functions : nurse,... ,Volunteers Organized , Unorganzied Actors ? 10
  • 11. Research Question Q O Who are new actors? O How they may affect response operation? O What characteristic they have? O How is it possible to support these actors by existing and new information system to improve the response operation? O How should the collaboration between new actors and organization in ER? t d g i ti i* Swedirh Rescue Service in Figures MSB , 2008,p. 48, ISBN: 978-91-7383-076-8 Figures, 2008 p 48 978 91 7383 076 8 11
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  • 13. Methodology gyO Qualitative research methodsO Data Collection O Interview O Scenarios O Literature review O Reports O Participant observation O QuestionnairesO Analysis 13
  • 14. Limitation/Scope pO Too many actors/organizations involvedO Different systemsO TimeO ResourceO Lack of reports on everyday incidents(reports mostly belongs to disasters)O Different countries(demography ,topography, economy) , it is difficult to apply knowledge y) pp y gO Evaluation methods 14
  • 15. Thank You! 15