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2nd ISCFEDM – Section B, Fire Protection

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This page contains the presentations of Section B of the 2nd International Scientific Conference on Fire Engineering and Disaster Management 2022. (Az oldal a II. Tűzvédelmi Mérnöki és Katasztrófavédelmi Nemzetközi Tudományos Konferencia angol nyelvű előadásainak anyagait tartalmazza.)


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Subsection 1

Chair: Zoltán Rajnai | Co-chair: Martin Zachar

 

Subsection 2

Chair: Linda Makovicka Osvaldova | Co-chair: Ferenc Varga

 

Subsection 3

Chair: Nicolae Ajtai | Co-chair: Judit Rauscher

 

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Érces G. - Rácz S. - Vass Gy.: Fire safety of smart cities in the digital future

 

Dipl. eng. Gergő Érces, PhD., architect, fire protection engineer, University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement, Institute of Disaster Management, Department of Fire Protection and Rescue Operations Management, associate professor.

After obtaining an MSc degree in architecture from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2009, he received a fire protection engineering certificate in 2011 at the Ybl Miklós Faculty of Architecture of Szent István University. In the field of technical sciences, he obtained a PhD academic degree in 2019 at the Doctoral School of Military Engineering at the University of Public Service.

His career started as a professional firefighter at the Budapest Fire Department in 2010, where he worked in the field of fire investigation, and from 2012 he worked at the Capital Disaster Management Directorate in the field of fire prevention. Since 2017 he has been a lecturer in fire prevention courses at the Department of Fire Protection and Rescue Operations Management of the Institute of Disaster Management of the Faculty of Law Enforcement at the University of Public Service. At the university, he works as a research engineer in the field of disaster management and fire prevention.

     
  Sándor Rácz was born on 11 of April 1973 in Nyírbátor. He began his studies in 2010 at the University of Public Service and obtained the BSc degree in defence administration as a Defence Administration Organizer and after that the MSc degree in defence administration as a Defence Administration Manager. He began his PhD studies in 2015 at the Doctoral School of Military Engineering at the University of Public Service. He received his scientific degree in 2019. He is currently an assistant professor at the National Directorate General for Disaster Management, who works at the Institute of Disaster Management of the Faculty of Law Enforcement at the University of Public Service. He also worked at the Municipal Fire Department of Budapest and at the Professional Fire Department of Budapest District IX as a Deputy Commander.
     
  Colonel Dr. habil. Gyula Vass was born in 1957. He has been leading the Institute of Disaster Management since 2017. Colonel Dr. Vass has master’s degrees in civil engineer (1991) and fire engineering (1986). He defended his PhD thesis in the field of military sciences, disaster management in 2006 at the Zrínyi Miklós National Defence University. In 2016 he habilitated at Ludovika-UPS and from 2017, he is full-time associate professor. He has positions at Fire and Disaster Management organisations as a firefighter, fire prevention officer, industrial safety expert and different fire chiefs. He is a member of the Scientific Council for Disaster Management, the Technical Scientific Section for Nuclear Accident Prevention and the Nuclear Energy Certification Commission. 

 


 

Krepuska A.I. - Nagy R.: Study of the control of smoke and heat extraction

 

András István Krepuska was born in 21 of July 1984 in Budapest. He began his studies in 2002 at the Budapest Tech Polytechnical Institution, Kandó Kálmán Faculty of Electrical Engineering and obtained the degree in 2006 as Electric Engineer. He continued his study from 2019 at Óbuda University and obtained the Msc Security Engineer degree at 2021. From 2021 he is a PhD student, under the leadership of Dr. Rudolf Nagy PhD. He is the managing director of ZKNet Kft. Member of Hungarian Chamber of Engineers. His work is design built-in active fire protection systems. The theme of his PhD research is the aging of the active fire protection systems.

     
  Dr. Rudolf Nagy, PhD, ret. Col, currently is an assistant professor at Óbuda University. He was a CBRN defence officer. He took part in industrial safety tasks. He was gained experience as an operations officer in NATO SFOR mission. After that became the Deputy Head of Emergency Management Department of Hungarian National Disaster Management. He has been teaching subjects of safety and security sciences since 2015. And as a leader is responsible for the fire protection engineering specialization.

 


 

Farkas J.: Psychological factors and consequences of post-traumatic stress disorder

 

My name is Johanna Farkas. I'm an emergency psychologist, hypnotherapist with 20 years of work experience. I have a part-time job and a full-time job. My part-time job is related to education. I work as an Associate Professor for the University of Public Service at the Faculty of Law Enforcement at the Department of Criminal Psychology, I mainly train police officers. My full-time job is in the biggest Hungarian Children Hospital (called Heim Pál Pediatric Hospital), where I am the Head of the Department of Forensic Psychiatry. Our department is designed for the treatment of outpatients (e.g. youth psychopathy, deviant behaviour, etc.) and inpatients (e.g. suicide, psychosis, self-defeating behaviour) associated (or not) with antisocial behaviour. Our hospital is the only one in Hungary that treats patients (children and youth) with mental disorders and they are sometimes juvenile offenders (therefore, we often meet with police officers. My main areas of interest are criminal psychology and mental disorders.

 


 

Rauscher J. - Mészáros I. - Vass Gy.: Pre-evacuation and pre-rescue preparation in healthcare institutions

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Dipl. eng. Judit Rauscher is architect and fire protection engineer. Is currently studying at Óbuda University Doctoral School on Safety and Security Sciences, her doctoral research focuses on evacuation in healthcare institutes. She has been dealing with evacuation for more than 10 years, including computer based evacuation simulation. She has presented her work and results in fire protection planning at more international conferences in recent years, and joined international organizations to further develop herself. In addition to work and study, she also participates in the preparation of legislation and in the training of the field of fire protection.

Since the beginning of 2022 she is assistant lecturer at the Institute if Disaster Management (University of Public Service, Ludovika).  

     
  István Mészáros is a former general director of technical affairs and security liaison officer (in field of Critical Infrastructures) by Semmelweis University. Organized a number of complex disaster management exercises in healthcare environment. In 2017 arranged the „Security specialist of the year” honourable award from Security Managers’ Association in Hungary. Nowadays he is doctoral student in National University of Public Services, the topic of his research the complex business continuity planning in hospitals from disaster management side.
     
  Colonel Dr. habil. Gyula Vass was born in 1957. He has been leading the Institute of Disaster Management since 2017. Colonel Dr. Vass has master’s degrees in civil engineer (1991) and fire engineering (1986). He defended his PhD thesis in the field of military sciences, disaster management in 2006 at the Zrínyi Miklós National Defence University. In 2016 he habilitated at Ludovika-UPS and from 2017, he is full-time associate professor. He has positions at Fire and Disaster Management organisations as a firefighter, fire prevention officer, industrial safety expert and different fire chiefs. He is a member of the Scientific Council for Disaster Management, the Technical Scientific Section for Nuclear Accident Prevention and the Nuclear Energy Certification Commission. 

 


 

Takács L.: The Notre Dame Fire – Case Study

 

Lajos Gábor Takács

 


 

Bodnar L. - Debreceni P.: Examination of wildfires in Hungary

 

László Bodnár was born on 31 of January 1992 in Budapest. He began his studies in 2010 at the University of Public Service and obtained the BSc degree in defence administration as a Defence Administration Organizer and in 2016 the MSc degree in defence administration as a Defence Administration Manager. He began his PhD studies in 2016 at the Doctoral School of Military Engineering at the University of Public Service and defended his thesis in 2021. He is currently an assistant lecturer at the National Directorate General for Disaster Management, who works at the Institute of Disaster Management of the Faculty of Law Enforcement at the University of Public Service. His research topics are wildfires, firefighting and fires at Wildland-urban interface. 

     
  Peter Debreceni was born on 17th of March 1975 in Vác. He began his studies in 1994 at the University of Sopron and obtained the MSc degree in Faculty in Forestry in 2000. He has been working for Natinal Food Chain Safety Office as forest inspector since 2001. His research topic is forest fire prevention. His specialities are design and analysis of forest fire database, operation and development of fire ban system, preparing and developing forest fire prevention plans. He has been a member of EU Commission Expert Group of Forest Fire since 2006. He is awarded with bronze medal for volunteer support of Disaster Managent by Minister of Interior in 2020.

 


 

Kamau J. - Muchiri B. - Wanderi M.P. - Restás Á.: Towards improving the physical fitness of firrst responders in Muranga county - Kenya

 

Jane Wanjiku Kamau is a senior lecturer in the School of Public Health and Applied Human Sciences, Department of Physical Education, Exercise and Sports Science, Kenyatta University, Kenya.  She is the immediate former chairperson of the department and director, Kenyatta University Community Outreach and Extension Programmes. She lectures in the Department of Physical Education, Exercise and Sports Science specializing in human physiology, Exercise physiology, and sports biomechanics. Dr. Kamau is a member of the Kenyatta University Ethical Review Board and The Kenyatta University wellness board. Her area of specialization is Applied Exercise physiology with special research interest in Use of Exercise in Prevention and Management of NCDs.

     
 
M/S Bilha W. Muchiri is a civil servant working in Murang’a county government as the Disaster manager/ Fire chief. She is trained on firefighting and fire prevention (Nairobi School of fire), Leadership management in fire service (Polish center for international aid, Poland) and supervisory management (Kenya School of Government). She heads the fire services and disaster management Unit. Ms . Bilha is currently the treasurer of the Chief fire Officers Association Kenya (CFOA-K), and a Board member of Kenya Red Cross Society, Murang’a Branch. Since Fire investigation is domiciled in her office, she has a special interest in the area, since Murang’a county and Kenya at large is facing both natural and man-made disasters that de-stroys livelihoods of the residents and especially fire. Specialization in fire investigation will be a big step towards resilience in the community.
 
     
  Prof. Mwangi Peter Wanderi has over 30 years of research, teaching and community engagement both in mainstream physical education & sports as well as in entrepreneurship and youth empowerment; served as Acting Vice-Chancellor at Mount Kenya University (MKU) between November 2019 and April 2020; Currently coordinating several local and international, inter-disciplinary and multi-institutional projects at Mount Kenya University including serving as the  Overseer of the United Nations Academic Impact SDG 10 on Reduced Inequalities Hub; Also, serves as Graduate Enterprise Academy’s Overseer, which is MKU’s youth job creation forum. His most outstanding grant projects he is involved in are Leuphana University’s (Germany) Students Training for Entrepreneurial Promotion (STEP), the Erasmus + sponsored African Higher Education Leadership in Advancing Inclusive Innovation for Development (AHEAD) and two DAAD sponsored projects, namely, Collaboration of Entrepreneurial Universities (CEPU), and African Centre for Career Enhancement & Skills Support (ACCESS). He was instrumental in the establishment of Chandaria Business Innovation and Incubation Center at Kenyatta University prior to joining MKU.
     
  Dr. Ágoston Restás (Eng., ret. Firefighter Lt. Colonel) habilitated associate professor at the National University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement, Institute of Disaster Management, head of the Department of Fire Protection and Rescue Operation Management. Restas holds mechanical engineering (1988), economist (1999) and disaster manager (2002) degrees. In 2008 Restás made his PhD thesis at the Miklós Zrínyi National Defense University, titled “Research and development of the aerial reconnaissance and extinguishing of forest fires”. In 2013 Restas prepared his other PhD thesis at the Corvinus University of Budapest, titled “Decision-making of firefighting managers in emergencies”. Habilitation was also passed in 2015 at the National University of Public Service, Budapest. 

 


 

Hesz J. - Igaz-Danszky T.: Operation control decisions related to the alert, depending on the lenght of service

 

Col. József Hesz, PhD associate professor, University of Public Service, Institute of Disaster Management,
Department of Fire Protection and Rescue Operations Management

 

     
 

Tamás Igaz-Danszky, Captain, Capital Directorate for Disaster Management, Operation Control Service; Doctoral School of Military Engineering, Phd Student

His research interests focus on the development of operation control service as a part of Disaster Management. He has been working for the Disaster Management for 17 years of which he has spent 13 years in Operation Control Service, until the present. In 2016 he has recieved a Bsc degree in „Mechatronics Engineer” from the University of Óbuda, in 2020 he graduate with an Msc degree in ”Certified Disaster Manager” at the University of Public Service. He has been awarded by „Warrant Officer of the year” in 2018. He has been promoted to Captain in 2021.

 


 

Rapheal T. - Ncube A.: The impact of shack fires on the people of J.B. Mafora Informal settlement, Bloemfontein, South Africa

 

Tlou Raphela PhD, Lecturer (The University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa)
Research interest: I am a socio-environmental scientist, with an interest in how the social issues interface with the environment holistically. I developed an interest in human-wildlife conflict because I believe human and animals can live together in harmony . Since joining the UFS, and teaching the mental Disaster Mental Health ; Public and mental  health modules, I developed a strong interest in the Psychosocial impacts of disasters and will be focusing my research and creating a niche around that. 
Education: I hold a PhD in Conservation Ecology Specialising in Zoology from the University of the Witwatersrand, my Msc is  in social Sciences specialising in Disaster Management  from the University of the Free State. My undergraduate Bsc degree (obtained with 10 distinctions) with majors in Zoology and Botany is from the University of South Africa. My PhD research focused on the impact of crop raiding on subsistence farming community adjacent protected area in the rural South African community. My areas of interest include conservation biology, biodiversity, I am more of an Animal, Plant and Environmental Sciences person, leaning more to animals (human and non-humans). I am also interested in Risk Reduction, impact studies to understand socio-environmental problems and Biological invasion. 

     
 

Dr Alice Ncube, a senior lecturer, trainer, and researcher at the University of the Free State (UFS), Disaster Management Training and Education Center for Africa (DiMTEC, South Africa. She holds a PhD in disaster management, a masters in disaster management and postgraduate diploma in gender studies. With more ten years’ experience in disaster (risk) management, her research interests are social vulnerability and climate change, international forced migration, gender issues, climate change and adaptation resilience and sustainable livelihoods of disadvantaged communities. Alice is also the programme director responsible postgraduate, masters’ and PhD programs at DiMTEC.  

 


 

 

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