Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof David Lallemant
Associate Professor, Asian School of the Environment
Nanyang Assistant Professor, Asian School of the Environment (Courtesy Appointment)
Assistant Chair (Student Life), Asian School of the Environment
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Journal Articles
(Not applicable to NIE
staff as info will be
pulled from PRDS)
David Lallemant, Maricar Rabonza, Yolanda Lin, Sanjana Tadepalli, Dennis Wagenaar, and Nguyen Michele. Shedding light on avoided disasters: Measuring the invisible benefits of disaster risk management using probabilistic counterfactual analysis. United Nations Disaster Risk Reduction Global Assessment Report, 2022.

David Lallemant, Rebecca Bicksler, Karen Barns, Perrine Hamel, Robert Soden, and Steph Bannister. Towards a critical technical practice in disaster risk management: Lessons from designing collaboration events. United Nations Disaster Risk Reduction Global Assessment Report, 2022.

Maricar L. Rabonza, Yolanda C. Lin, and David Lallemant. Learning from success, not catastrophe: Using counterfactual analysis to highlight successful disaster risk reduction interventions. Frontiers in Earth Science, volume 10, 2022.

Elinor S Meredith, Susanna F Jenkins, Josh L Hayes, Natalia Irma Deligne, David Lallemant, Matthew Patrick, and Christina Neal. Damage assessment for the 2018 lower east rift zone lava flows of kılauea volcano, hawaii. Bulletin of Volcanology, volume 84, pages 1–23. Springer, 2022.

Gitanjali Bhattacharjee, Robert Soden, Karen Barns, Sabine Loos, and David Lallemant. Factors affecting earthquake responders’ building damage information needs and use. Earthquake Spectra, volume 38, pages 56–80. SAGE Publications Sage UK: London, England, 2022.

James L Webber, Mariano Balbi, David Lallemant, Michael J Gibson, Guangtao Fu, David Butler, and Perrine Hamel. Towards regional scale stormwater flood management strategies through rapid preliminary intervention screening. Water, volume 13, page 2027. MDPI, 2021.

David Lallemant, Perrine Hamel, Mariano Balbi, Rafael Schmitt, and Tian Ning Lim. Nature-Based Solutions for Riverine Flood Risk Reduction: Integrating Risk Analysis with Ecosystems Services Modeling. One Earth. Elsevier, 2021.

Michele Nguyen and David Lallemant. Order matters: the benefits of ordinal fragility curves for damage and loss estimation. Risk Analysis. Wiley Online Library, 2021.

Yolanda C Lin, Gizem Mestav Sarica, Terence J Chua, Susanna F Jenkins, Adam D Switzer, Gordon Woo, and David Lallemant. Asia’s looming black elephant events. Communications Earth & Environment, volume 2, pages 1–4. Nature Publishing Group, 2021.

Yolanda C. Lin, Feroz Khan, Susanna F. Jenkins, and Lallemant, David. Filling the Disaster Data Gap: Lessons from Cataloging Singapore’s Past Disasters. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, volume 12, pages 188–204, April 2021.

Constance Ting Chua, Adam D Switzer, Anawat Suppasri, Linlin Li, Kwanchai Pakoksung, David Lallemant, Susanna F Jenkins, Ingrid Charvet, Terence Chua, Amanda Cheong, et al. Tsunami damage to ports: cataloguing damage to create fragility functions from the 2011 tohoku event. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, volume 21, pages 1887–1908. Copernicus GmbH, 2021.

Dennis Wagenaar, Alex Curran, Mariano Balbi, Alok Bhardwaj, Robert Soden, Emir Hartato, Gizem Mestav Sarica, Laddaporn Ruangpan, Giuseppe Molinario, and Lallemant, David. Invited perspectives: How machine learning will change flood risk and impact assessment. Natural Hazards & Earth System Sciences, volume 20, 2020.

Sabine Loos, David Lallemant, Jack Baker, Jamie McCaughey, Sang-Ho Yun, Nama Budhathoki, Feroz Khan, and Ritika Singh. G-dif: A geospatial data integration framework to rapidly estimate post-earthquake damage. Earthquake Spectra, 2020.

Yolanda C Lin, Susanna Jenkins, Jun Rui Chow, Sebastian Biass, Gordon Woo, and Lallemant, David. Modeling downward counterfactual events: Unrealized disasters and why they matter. Frontiers in Earth Science, volume 8, page 443. Frontiers, 2020.

George T Williams, Ben M Kennedy, David Lallemant, Thomas M Wilson, Nicole Allen, Allan Scott, and Susanna F Jenkins. Tephra cushioning of ballistic impacts: Quantifying building vulnerability through pneumatic cannon experiments and multiple fragility curve fitting approaches. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, volume 388, page 106711, 2019.

Ji Yun Lee, Henry Burton, and David Lallemant. Adaptive decision framework for civil infrastructure exposed to evolving risks. Procedia engineering, volume 212, pages 435–442. Elsevier, 2018.

Lallemant, David, Robert Soden, Steven Rubinyi, Sabine Loos, Karen Barns, and Gitanjali Bhattacharjee. Post-disaster damage assessments as catalysts for recovery: A look at assessments conducted in the wake of the 2015 gorkha, nepal, earthquake. Earthquake Spectra, volume 33, pages S435–S451. Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, 2017.

Lallemant, David, Henry Burton, Luis Ceferino, Zach Bullock, and Anne Kiremidjian. A framework and case study for earthquake vulnerability assessment of incrementally expanding
buildings. Earthquake Spectra, volume 33, pages 1369–1384. Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, 2017.

Henry V Burton, Gregory Deierlein, David Lallemant, and Yogendra Singh. Measuring the impact of enhanced building performance on the seismic resilience of a residential community. Earthquake Spectra, volume 33, pages 1347–1367. Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, 2017.

Henry V Burton, Gregory Deierlein, David Lallemant, and Ting Lin. Framework for incorporating probabilistic building performance in the assessment of community seismic resilience. Journal of Structural Engineering, volume 142, page C4015007, 2016.

Lallemant, David, Anne Kiremidjian, and Henry Burton. Statistical procedures for developing earthquake damage fragility curves. Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics, volume 44, pages 1373–1389, 2015.
Books
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staff as info will be
pulled from PRDS)
Elizabeth McNaughton, Jolie Willis, and Lallemant, David. Leading in disaster recovery: A companion through the chaos, 2015.
Book Chapters
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staff as info will be
pulled from PRDS)
Sébastien Biass, Susanna Jenkins, David Lallemant, Tian Ning Lim, George Williams, and Sang-Ho Yun. Remote sensing of volcanic impacts. In Forecasting and Planning for Volcanic Hazards, Risks, and Disasters, pages 473–491. Elsevier, 2020.

David Lallemant. The risk and resilience of cities. In Disrupted Balance, pages 65–71. World Scientific, 2018.

Lallemant, David, Steven Wong, and Anne Kiremidjian. A framework for modelling future urban disaster risk. In Understanding Risk in an Evolving World: Emerging Best Practices in Natural Disaster Risk Assessment, pages 191–197. Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, 2014.
Conference Papers
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staff as info will be
pulled from PRDS)
Maricar L. Rabonza, Yolanda C. Lin, and David Lallemant. (2020). Celebrating Successful Earthquake Risk Reduction Through Counterfactual Probabilistic Analysis.. 17th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering.
 
Keynote Speeches & Editorship of Special Issues
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staff as info will be
pulled from PRDS)
Lallemant, D. (2018). “Convergence of Performance-Based Engineering with Urban Resilience - Frontiers in Data Science”, Stanford University, keynote at inaugural Stanford Urban Resilience Initiative meeting, Oct 5, 2018.

Lallemant, D. (2016). “From Building-Level Risk to Human and Infrastructure Systems Resilience.” Keynote Presentation. Inaugural Quakecore Annual Meeting, Aug 31-Sept 2nd, 2016, Taupo, New Zealand.
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