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  1. Galea, E. R., Hulse, L., Day, R., Siddiqui, A. and Sharp, G. (2011), The UK WTC 9/11 evacuation study: An overview of findings derived from first-hand interview data and computer modelling. Fire and Materials. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/fam.1070

  2. McConnell, N.C., Boyce, K.E. Shields, J., Galea, E.R., Day, R.C. and Hulse. L.M, “The UK 9/11 evacuation study: Analysis of survivors’ recognition and response phase in WTC1”. Fire Safety Journal 45, pp 21–34, 2010, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.firesaf.2009.09.001.

    A pdf version of the paper is available for download here

  3. Galea, E. R., Hulse, L., Day,  R., Siddiqui, A., and Sharp, G., "The UK WTC 9/11 Evacuation Study: an Overview of the Methodologies Employed and some Analysis Relating to Fatigue, Stair Travel Speeds and Occupant Response Times".  Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Human Behaviour in Fire, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK, 13-15 July 2009, pp. 27-40, ISBN 978-0-9556548-3-1.

    A pdf version of the paper can be downloaded here.

  4. McConnell, N.C., Boyce, K.E. and Shields, T.J., "An Analysis of the Recognition and Response Behaviours of Evacuees of WTC1 on 9/11".  Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Human Behaviour in Fire, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK, 13-15 July 2009, pp. 659-669, ISBN 978-0-9556548-3-1.

    A pdf version of the paper can be downloaded here.

  5. T.J.Shields, K.E.Boyce and N.McConnell; The behaviour and evacuation experiences of WTC 9/11  evacuees with self-designated mobility impairments. Fire Safety Journal, 44, 881-893, 2009.

    A pdf version of the paper can be downloaded here.

  6. Galea, E.R., Sharp, G and Lawrence P.J., "Investigating the Representation of Merging Behavior at the Floor Stair Interface in Computer Simulations of Multi-Floor Building Evacuations"., Journal of Fire Protection Engineering, Volume 18, pp. 291-316, 2008. Publisher SAGE. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1042391508095092

    A pdf version of the paper can be downloaded here.
     

  7. Galea, E. R., Hulse, L., Day, R., Siddiqui, A., and Sharp, G., Boyce, K., Summerfield, L., Canter, D., Marselle, M. and Greenall, P.V., "The UK WTC 9/11 Evacuation Study: an Overview of the Methodologies Employed and some Preliminary Analysis". Proceedings Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2008, ED: W.W.F.Kligsch et al, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN 978-3-642-04503-5, DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-04504-2_1, pp3-24, 2010.

    A pdf version of the paper is available for download here
     

  8. Michael J. Kinsey, Edwin R. Galea, Peter J. Lawrence, Darren Blackshields, Lynn Hulse, Rachel Day and Gary Sharp, "Modelling Pedestrian Escalator Behaviour", To appear in the Proceedings of the 4th Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics (PED) Conference 2008, University of Wuppertal, Germany, 2009, Publisher: Springer.

    A pdf version of the paper is available for download here
     

  9. E.R. Galea, J. Shields, D. Canter, K. Boyce, R. Day, L. Hulse, A. Siddiqui, L. Summerfield, M. Marselle, P. Greenall, “Methodologies employed in the Collection, Retrieval and Storage of Human Factors Information Derived from First Hand Accounts of Survivors of the WTC Disaster of 11 September 2001”, Journal of Applied Fire Science. Vol 15, Number 4, 253-276, 2006 (published in Nov 2008), http://dx.doi.org/10.2190/AF.15.4.b

    A pdf version of the paper is available for download  here.
     

  10. Galea, E.R, Sharp, G., Lawrence, P.J., Holden, R., “Approximating the Evacuation of the World Trade Center North Tower using Computer Simulation”, Journal of Fire Protection Engineering, Vol 18 (2), 85-115, 2008. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1042391507079343

    A pdf version of this paper is available for download here: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1042391507079343
     

  11. Galea E R; Sharp G; Lawrence P; Dixon A, “Investigating the Impact of Occupant Response Time on Computer Simulations of the WTC North Tower Evacuation.”, Proceedings of the 11th International Fire Science & Engineering Conference, Interflam 2007, 3-5th September 2007, Royal Holloway College, University of London, UK, Volume 2, pp. 1435-1442. ISBN 978 0 9541216-9-3, 2007.

    A pdf version of the paper is available for download here.
     

  12. E.R. Galea, J. Shields, D. Canter, K. Boyce, R. Day, L. Hulse, A. Siddiqui, L. Summerfield, M. Marselle, P. Greenall, The UK WTC 9/11 Evacuation Study: Methodologies used In the Elicitation and Storage of Human factors Data.”, Proceedings of the 11th International Fire Science & Engineering Conference, Interflam 2007, 3-5th September 2007, Royal Holloway College, University of London, UK, Volume 1, pp. 169-181. ISBN 978 0 9541216-8-6, 2007.

    A pdf version of the paper is available for download here.
     

  13. Prof Galea presented an invited paper at the M.O.R.E. 21 seminar, "The Role of Risk Management and Loss Prevention in Fire Insurance", 24-25 Sept 2007, SCOR, Paris la Defense, France, organised by The Geneva Association. The paper was entitled, High-Rise Evacuation Evaluation Database (HEED): Methodologies Used in the Elicitation and Storage of Human Factors Data.

    An abstract of the paper can be downloaded here.

    The Powerpoint presentation can be downloaded here.
     

  14. Greenall, P. V. & Marselle, M. (2007). Traumatic Research: Interviewing Survivors of 9/11. The Psychologist, 20(9), 544-546.

    A pdf version of the paper is available for download here.
     

  15. "Aftershock: Rethinking the Future Since September 11, 2001” was a conference held at Pace University NY from 6-8 September 2006. Prof Galea along with Jim Dwyer (of the NY Times) and Michael Emmerman (director of The Special Operations Support Group), were members of the opening discussion panel addressing, "How has 9-11 Changed the Preparedness of First Responders: Are we Ready for the Next Attack?".

    The conference web pages can be found here.

    A sound recording of the panel discussion can be found here.

    C-Span recorded the discussion and broadcast it on air in the USA on the 9th and 10th of Sept 2006.  A video recording of the broadcast can be found at:
    http://www.c-spanarchives.org/library/index.php?main_page=product_video_info&products_id=194169-1

    An extract from the proceedings detailing the Panel 1 discussion can be found here.

    The proceedings from the conference can be obtained from Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/AFTERSHOCK-Rethinking-Future-After-September/dp/0944473830) and the text of the panel 1 discussion can be found on pages 9-30.
     

  16. Prof Jim Shields, "High Rise Evacuation Evaluation Database HEED" presented at  Seminaire International Sur le Comportment Humain Face aux Incendies et Autres Situations de Danger ;Universite fa Cergy-Pontoise, France, October 2006.
     

  17. Prof Ed Galea, "Project HEED overview", presented at the Metropolitan Police Seminar entitled, Maintaining Corporate Values through an Emergency, 26 January 2006, Canary Wharf London.
     

  18. Prof Ed Galea, "UK EPSRC Funded World Trade Center Study", Presented at the HUBFIN Workshop, 17-18 November 2005, Institution of Structural Engineers, London.  All the presentations at this meeting can be viewed from the workshop web pages available here.

 

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