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2nd ISCFEDM – Section D, Disaster managment

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This page contains the presentations of Section D 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: Tlou Raphela | Co-Chair: Árpád Muhoray

 

Subsection 2

Chair: Tomasz Zweglinski | Co-Chair: Lajos Kátai-Urbán

Subsection 3

Chair: Zoltán Török | Co-Chair: József Ambrusz

Subsection 4

Chair: Szymon Ptak | Co-Chair: Galina Horváth

 

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Berger Á. - Kátai-Urbán L. - Cimer Zs.: Soil liquefaction as a geological risk 

 

Ádám Berger is an engineer at the Department of Water and Environmental Security of the University of Public Service. In the course of his work, he examines the spread of dangerous substances in water and in soil. Nowadays he is a doctoral student at the Doctoral School of Military Engineering of University of Public Services. His field of research is Disaster Management. The topic of his research is about the resistance developed by dangerous materials to remediation boards and large artefacts against the irreversible effects of accidents. 

     
  Ing. dr. jur. Lajos Kátai-Urbán PhD (1969): Colonel of fire protection, associate professor, head of Department for Industrial Safety for the Institute of Disaster Management, at the University of Public Service (UPS), Budapest, Hungary. He is responsible for the establishment and development of the industrial safety’s higher education system within the institution. He has been working for 14 years in the field of the prevention of industrial and transport accidents at the National Disaster Management Authority in Hungary. He was elected as a deputy chair of the UN ECE Industrial Accident Convention between 2004-2008. He obtained a Ph.D degree in military technical sciences (2005) at Zrínyi Miklós Defence University and habilitation degree (2015) at UPS, Budapest.
     
  Zsolt Cimer is a chemical engineer, engineer economist, fire protection engineer and associate professor. He is the vice dean of the Faculty of Water Science at the University of Public Service in Hungary. His research specialization is defence design, industrial safety, explosion protection and risk analysis

 


 

Hábermeyer T. - Muhoray Á.: The possibility to adapt the INSARAG coordination structure and methodology during HILP events for guided international assistance

 

Tamás Hábermayer began his career on August 20, 2002 in the Szentendre Barracks of the Hungarian Armed Forces, after graduating from the Kossuth Lajos Faculty of Military Sciences of the Zrínyi Miklós University of National Defense as an artillery officer and lieutenant. 

He gained military peacekeeping experience in 2004 when he held a liaison position in the Central - South Multinational Division - Hungarian Logistics Transport Battalion in Iraq. After completing various responsible military positions (trainer, deputy squadron commander), he was transferred from the Hungarian Armed Forces to the Disaster Management staff at his request. 

On 1 March 2007, he was appointed to the position of Head of the Civil Protection Branch Office of the Bács–Kiskun County Disaster Management Directorate, which he held until 31 December 2011. During this period, he took part in the protection against the 2010 floods in Felsőzsolca and the red sludge disaster, where he served as rescue and coordination commander. 

He developed his professional knowledge by obtaining the master degree of disaster management civil protection organizer, passing a law enforcement professional examination and passing a law enforcement master's examination. In addition, in order to expand his legal knowledge, he graduated from the University of Szeged, Faculty of Law. 

From 1 January 2012 to 30 June 2013, he held the position of Deputy Commander of the Kalocsa Professional Fire Brigade of the Bács-Kiskun County Disaster Management Directorate. During the 2013 Danube flood, he worked as a defense manager on the Solt - Harta - Dunapataj defense line. From 1 July 2013 to 21 December 2014, he was the Deputy Inspector General of Civil Protection of the National Directorate General for Disaster Management of the Ministry of the Interior. As of December 22, 2014, he is currently the Deputy Director of the Tolna County Disaster Management Directorate. 

As head, he is responsible for the general replacement of the director and for the professional management of the fire, civil protection, industrial security and integrated official work.  He is married, father of two sons.

     
 

Árpád Muhoray PhD, a retired major-general of civil protection, a honorary university professor of Nationale University of Publice Service.

He graduated in the Military Academy of Armored Troops Malinovszkij Rogyion  Jakovlevics in former Soviet Union, in Moscow, his university degree is tank engineer.

He served 25 years for the Hungarian Army, he was the commander garrison of town Zalaegerszeg.

After the Army Mr. Muhoray joined the Hungarian Civil Protection, he was appointed to the county director of HDM in county Zala in 2000. 

2002-2010 Deputy Director General for Emergency Management of NDGDM, and commander of Operationel Staff of Govermental Cordination Committe,

2010-2011 he was the director of Disaster Management Training Centre  of NDGDM,

2012- an assistant university professor of NUPS in Institut of Disaster Management,

2020- honorary university professor.

Mr. Muhoray obtained his PhD degree at the Nationale Defence University in Budapest. He made several researches in the Hungarian Disaster Manegement on country and county level.

 

 


 

Teknős L. - Érces G.: Disaster Management of Smart Cities in the point of view of sustainable development

 

Dr. László Teknős was born on 30 of March 1985 in Debrecen. He is an assistant professor at the Institute of Disaster Management of the Faculty of Law Enforcement of the University of Public Service, fire captain of the professional disaster management organization. Graduated in 2010 as a Certified Defense Administrative Manager, and in 2015 earned a PhD in Military Engineering. In 2021, received a degree in agricultural engineering from Szent István University. With his research on climate change and disaster management, he has participated in several Hungarian projects as a researcher, as has won various positions and awards in several national and professional competitions. He was named ‘excellent lecturer’ of the Institute of Disaster Management of the National University of Public Service in the academic year of 2017/2018. In 2020, he received the János Korponay Prize from the Hungarian Military Science Society and his short monograph entitled ‘Disaster Management Tasks Due to the Effects of Climate Change and Extreme Weather’ was awarded the Publication Level Award in the category of natural and technical sciences at the National University of Public Service. On November 26, 2021, 2st place in the tender announced by the Scientific Council for Disaster Management in 2021 with the project entitled ‘Investigation, analysis and assessment of the growing tendencies of natural disasters and events from the perspective of disaster management’.

His research interests include disaster management, environmental safety, social aspects of climate change, sustainable development dilemmas, current issues of European Union environmental policy, analysis and evaluation of the probabilities of natural disasters, their damaging effects, flood protection, theory and practical logic system of catastrophe science.

     
 

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.

 


 

Teknős L.: What is the place, role, task of law enforcement related to climate protection

 

Dr. László Teknős was born on 30 of March 1985 in Debrecen. He is an assistant professor at the Institute of Disaster Management of the Faculty of Law Enforcement of the University of Public Service, fire captain of the professional disaster management organization. Graduated in 2010 as a Certified Defense Administrative Manager, and in 2015 earned a PhD in Military Engineering. In 2021, received a degree in agricultural engineering from Szent István University. With his research on climate change and disaster management, he has participated in several Hungarian projects as a researcher, as has won various positions and awards in several national and professional competitions. He was named ‘excellent lecturer’ of the Institute of Disaster Management of the National University of Public Service in the academic year of 2017/2018. In 2020, he received the János Korponay Prize from the Hungarian Military Science Society and his short monograph entitled ‘Disaster Management Tasks Due to the Effects of Climate Change and Extreme Weather’ was awarded the Publication Level Award in the category of natural and technical sciences at the National University of Public Service. On November 26, 2021, 2st place in the tender announced by the Scientific Council for Disaster Management in 2021 with the project entitled ‘Investigation, analysis and assessment of the growing tendencies of natural disasters and events from the perspective of disaster management’.

His research interests include disaster management, environmental safety, social aspects of climate change, sustainable development dilemmas, current issues of European Union environmental policy, analysis and evaluation of the probabilities of natural disasters, their damaging effects, flood protection, theory and practical logic system of catastrophe science.

 


 

Petretei D.: USAR, MIMMS, DVI – Protocols for disaster response

 


David Petretei, a police major, graduated as a lawyer and started his police career in 2006 as a crime scene investigator. He is an expert in latent prints and published some papers on ridgeology and disaster victim identification (DVI), has presented in front of the Interpol DVI Working Group in Lyon, in 2018, on the fingerprinting of the deceased. 

He is a founding member of the DVI Ridgeology sub-working group. Got a certification from CEPOL in DVI and DVI Management. Took part in the establishment of the DVI Hungary, and attended 75% of Hungarian DVI operations as a PM team leader and fingerprint expert. 
Recently works at the National University of Public Service, Budapest, in the Faculty of Law Enforcement, Department of Investigation Theory, as an assistant professor.

Member of the International Association for Identification (IAI) and the EU IAI. 

 


 

Máté G.: The introduction and further development possibilities of the Special Prehospital Care Group in Hungary

  Gábor Máté was born in Budapest, in 1971. He started his carrier in aviation at the age of 14, as an aircraft electrician student. Immediately after the secondary school Gabor joined to the Air Ambulance Service. After nearly 8 years of active service as a HEMS technician he started his academic studies and gained degrees in  aviation engineering (University of Nyíregyháza) and in aviation business management (TU Budapest). Gábor is the founder and former co-owner of the first private Hungarian aviation training organization, the Centro-Plane Central Flying Scool in Budapest, where he instructed the the new pilots as a certified flight instructor and training manager. He built his strong aviation background further at the swiss-owned cargo airline Farnair (pilot and training manager) and at the former Hungarian flag carrier MALÉV Hungarian Airlines Plc. as a Boeing 737 pilot. After the peaceful times in the aviation business he find himself in the middle of changes. He started his change-, and crisis management activities as the leader of tourism division of the Municipality of Budapest. Based on his achievements in the management of problem areas, in 2015 he was entrusted with the management of the National Ambulance Service as general director, which organization was struggling at the time. With this, Gábor returned to the roots of his ambulance service past. During this period, he also developed his studies by studying disaster management at the University of National Public Service and participated in the organization of the special pre-hospital care group (SPEC). He is currently involved -as aviation division director- in the procurement and entry-into-service tasks of state-owned aircrafts. He led the replacement of the Hungarian air ambulance helicopter fleet and the development of the Hungarian air lift capacity by introducing a new aircraft type to the existing system. He still holds a professional air transport pilot licence. He spends his free time with his family, enjoys hunting and sailing.

 


 

Almási Cs.S. - Cimer Zs. - Cséplő Z. - Kátai-Urbán L.: Road transport control of dangerous goods in Hungary

 

Csaba Almasi was born on 23rd of November 1985 in Kecskemét. He worked as a CBRN Reconnaissance Officer dealing with administration system of hazardous materials for thirteen years. He has experience in intervening and investigating needed to be accomplished at accidents occurring in transport or in dangerous establishments and involving dangerous goods and hazardous materials. He also has an experience in authority work supervising of all means of transport carrying dangerous goods (under the regulations of ADR, RID, AND, ICAO, IMDG). Almási has a BSc degree in agriculture engineering and an MA degree in disaster management. He began his PhD studies at the Doctoral School of Military Engineering at the University of Public Service in 2020, where he is currently an assistant lecturer as well. His research topic is “Investigation Procedure at Road Accidents Involving Dangerous Goods.” The expected time for his thesis defence is spring 2024.

     
  Zsolt Cimer is a chemical engineer, engineer economist, fire protection engineer and associate professor. He is the vice dean of the Faculty of Water Science at the University of Public Service in Hungary. His research specialization is defence design, industrial safety, explosion protection and risk analysis.
     
  Zoltán Cséplő Lt. Col. of fire protection, chief of Industrial Safety General Inspectorate of the Capital Disaster Management Directorate, and has about twenty years of industrial safety’s authority experience. He worked as a vocational instructor and military technical development engineer in the Hungarian Armed Forces. He took part in the introduction of international and European Union regulations on the prevention of major industrial accidents and supervision of dangerous goods in Hungary. He holds a MSc. degree in mechanical engineering. He has an education of disaster and fire protection manager, a security organizers and a dangerous goods safety adviser. He is currently a doctoral student at the Military Technical Doctoral School of the University of Public Service in Budapest.
     
  Ing. dr. jur. Lajos Kátai-Urbán PhD (1969): Colonel of fire protection, associate professor, head of Department for Industrial Safety for the Institute of Disaster Management, at the University of Public Service (UPS), Budapest, Hungary. He is responsible for the establishment and development of the industrial safety’s higher education system within the institution. He has been working for 14 years in the field of the prevention of industrial and transport accidents at the National Disaster Management Authority in Hungary. He was elected as a deputy chair of the UN ECE Industrial Accident Convention between 2004-2008. He obtained a Ph.D degree in military technical sciences (2005) at Zrínyi Miklós Defence University and habilitation degree (2015) at UPS, Budapest.

 


 

Szalkai I. - Restás Á. - Óvári Gy. - Nicolae A. - Török Z.: Prevention and decontamination Drone applications during the Covid-19 pandemic

 

István Szalkai

     
  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. 
     
  Gyula Óvári
     
  Nicolae Ajtai
     
  Zoltán Török

 


 

Madikizela P. - Mutingwende N. - Ristvej J. - Tandlich R.: Microbial water quality in a local municipality during the level-three lockdown in South Africa

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Phindile Madikizela obtained his Master's of Scornce from Rhodes University in 2016. He works on the treatment of sanitation wastes such as faecal sludge and greywater. Phindile is currently in the final stages of completing his PhD.

     
  Dr. Nhamo Mutingwende gained his Ph.D. in 2018 at the University of Fort Hare, SA, in Biochemistry within the environmental research niche with a focus on emerging chemical and biological contaminants. He joined the Faculty of Pharmacy, Rhodes University, in 2019 as an assistant lecturer. Since then, he received postdoctoral positions in the Environmental Health and Biotechnology Research(EHBR) group, where he is still attached. He focuses on environmental research, management, and sustainability in his work. Dr. Nhamo is an active and professional member of the SACNASP (South African Council for Natural Scientists).
     
  Dr. Jozef Ristvej gained his Ph.D. in 2007 at the University of Zilina, SVK - EU, in Crisis Management. Since that time he received postdoctoral position as the Assistant Professor and in 2014 he has received position as Associate Professor and in 2019 Full Professorship at the Department of Crisis Management, Faculty of Security Engineering, University of Zilina. Since October 2014 is at the position of Vice-Rector for International Relations and Marketing at the university. In 2007 he participated in ISCRAM Crisis Management Summer School for Ph.D. students, in Tilburg, NL. In 2010 received the visiting scholar grant of Ruth Crawford Mitchell to the Center for Disaster Management at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh, USA. In his work he is focusing on supporting the information systems in the area of the decision making process in crisis management. In 2012 was member of ISCRAM 2012 Conference organizing committee, Vancouver, Canada. He is an active member of the ISCRAM Association (Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management).
     
  Roman Tandlich is a PhD graduate from the College of Pharmacy at the North Dakota State University where he obtained a Doctor of Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2004. He has been working as a lecturer/senior lecturer and currently as associate professor in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Biochemistry in the Faculty of Pharmacy at Rhodes University since January 2008. Roman Tandlich’s expertise includes bioethics, water and sanitation; and public health.

 


 

Vásárhelyi Ö. - Ambrusz J.: The hazards of ammonium nitrate with regard to disaster managment

 

Örs Vásárhelyi is a student in his final year at the Disaster Management Master’s faculty of the University of Public Service. Örs Vásárhelyi was born and lives in Budapest. He completed his high school graduation in Vörösmarty Mihály grammar school. Then he was admitted to the University of Public Service, specialising in Disaster Management Industrial Safety. In 2017 he participated in the XXXIII OTDK competition where his work received an award. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from the university.

Following his graduation, he continued his studies at the University of Public Service. However, due to Covid-19, he had to interrupt his education. In the meanwhile, in 2021, he graduated from Mymove Fitness School and has become a sport instructor in bodybuilding and fitness. He worked as a manager of a fitness center in Gödöllő, Hungary.

In 2022, he is expected to obtain a master’s degree in Disaster Management. Örs Vásárhelyi’s plan for the near future is to gain admission to the Doctoral School of Military Engineering.

     
  COL (Fire Service) József Ambrusz, Assistant Professor of the Institute of Disaster Management, University of Public Service, Acting Head of the Department of Disaster Management Operations. His studies are diverse, in 1993, he graduated from the Lajos Kossuth Military Academy with a degree in border guarding and boarding school pedagogy. In 1997, he obtained a certified degree in human resource management at the Budapest University of Economics. In 2014, he received a certified MSc degree in Defence Administration Manager at the University of Public Service. In 2019, he obtained a PhD degree at the Doctoral School of Military Engineering, University of Public Service with his thesis titled “Elimination of the Consequences of Disasters and the Possible Solutions of the Management, Command and Control of Engineering Tasks of Rehabilitation and Reconstruction”.

 


 

Barina B.J.: The versatile metal uranium and it's multiple uses

 

I am József Balázs Barina, I was born on November 3, 1983, I live in the city of Tolna. My parents are both kayak - canoe coaches and teachers. Following their example, I also started kayaking, which filled my daily life for more than twenty years. I won medals at world and european competitions, I closed my sport’s career as an national team athlete. I have been working as a firefighter since 2010 in the at the time one and only nuclear power plant in Hungary. During my service, I completed mandatory power plant courses and apart of them I acquired the Bsc degree in Fire Protection and Rescue Management at the National Civil Service University and I completed the University's Master's Degree in Disaster Management. Thanks to my studies, I have been in the position of officer for the third year. As unit leader, I consider the effective protection of the lives and health of the first responders to be my primary objective. I am currently a first year doctoral student at the Doctoral School of Military Engineering at the University of Public Service.

 


 

Józsa M. - Dobor J.: International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale (INES)

 

Máté Józsa is 21 years old, studying at the University of Public Service majoring at disaster management. Presently he is in his second year specializing Industrial Safety. He will get his university degree in 2023. At the next year he will apply for Critical Infrastructure Protection Safety Liaison Officer’s degree, because he would like to continue his studies there in the future.

     
  József Dobor. Workplace: University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement, Institute of Disaster Management, Department of Industrial Safety. Education: 2006 Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science, MA in Chemistry; 2011 Eötvös Loránd University, Doctoral School of Environmental Sciences, Environmental Chemistry, PhD; 2018 University of Public Service, Diploma in Disaster Management, MA. Degrees: 2012, PhD, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science; 2018, habil. doc., University of Public Service. Assistant lecturer (2012-2013), senior lecturer (2013-2018), associate professor (2018-). Research areas: chemistry, chemical-biological-radiological damage detection, radiation protection, detection of industrial damage events, industrial safety. Address: Hungary, 1101 Budapest, Hungária krt. 9-11. Nationality: Hungarian, Email: dobor.jozsef@uni-nke.hu 

 


 

 

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