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Dedicated Lectures in Natural Hazard and Risk Research

Invited Lectures in 2018

Date Name Title
12.01.18 Prof. Dr. John Anderson, University of Nevada, Reno Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis for the United States: Overview, Logic Trees and Induced Seismicity

Invited Lectures in 2017

Date Name Title
13.11.17 Prof. Michel Campillo, Grenoble University, France Passive monitoring of seismic velocity change at different time scales
24.10.17 Dr. R. Maheswaran , MVGR College of Engineering, India Multiscale Hydrological forecasting and modelling using wavelets based nonlinear models
19.10.17 Dr. Wolfgang Kron, Munich Re Coasts – The riskiest places on earth
11.10.17 Dr. Nishant Malik, Dartmouth College, Hanover, US Transitivity reinforcement in coevolving network models
12.09.17 Max Schneider, University of Washington Where could the earthquakes happen (and how certain can we be)?: Towards better disaster risk decision-making in the Pacific Northwest
11.07.17 Dr. Diana Sietz, Wageningen University Knowledge on dynamic ecosystem regimes is vital to achieve sustainable land management
30.06.17 Prof. Karsten Schulz, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU) (Austria) The importance of temperature (sensing) in hydrology
20.06.17 Prof. Scira Menoni, Politecnico di Milano (Italy) Pre- and post-disaster damage assessment for multiple sectors and at different spatial and temporal scales
09.06.17 Nico Bahro, Universität Innsbruck (Austria) Agentenbasierte Modellierung in der Hydrologie - Ideen zur Entwicklung einer Schnittstelle
05.05.17 Dr. Klaus Bittermann, Tufts University Boston (USA) Human Impact on US Costal Floods
03.04.17 Paul Hudson, IVM Amsterdam (Netherlands) Flood insurance - a tool for a more resilient society
07.03.17 Prof. Marco Borga, University of Padova (Italy) Hydrologic and geomorphic response to extreme storms in river systems
07.03.17 Dr. Michael Bründl, Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF (Switzerland) Evaluation and assessment of river flooding hazards and risks
06.03.17 Prof. Peter Rutschmann, TU München Measuring and modelling river floods
06.03.17 Dr. Donal Mullan, Queens University Belfast (UK) Modelling global change

Invited Lectures in 2016

Date Name Title
11.11.16 Prof. Günter Blöschl, TU Wien - Centre for Water Resource Systems (Austria) Progress in flood research
07.10.16 Prof. Rainer Helmig, University of Stuttgart Numerical models for evaluating the competitive use in the subsurface: The influence of energy storage and production in groundwater
06.10.16 Prof. Jesus Carrera, CSIC Barcelona (Spain) Numerical simulation to assess the competition for pore space in the subsurface
19.07.16 Dr. Swenja Surminski, London School of Economics (UK) Role of insurance in addressing current and future flood risks – the case of Flood Re in the UK
27.06.16 Prof. Eduardo Martins, FUNCEME (Fortaleza, Brazil) Hydro-meteorological forecasting in NE-Brazil
27.06.16 Prof. Mario Mendinondo, University of São Paulo (Brazil) Early Warning Systems for Disaster Risk Reduction of Hydrologic Extremes on Vulnerable Communities
23.03.16 Dr. Christian Kuhlicke, UFZ Leipzig Managing uncertainties in climate change adaptation: The case of future flooding in England
14.03.16 Dr. Wolfgang Kron, Munich Re Risk Quantification in the (re-)insurance industry
14.03.16 Dr. Holger Cammerer, DEVK Rückversicherung Risk Quantification in the (re-)insurance industry
10.02.16 Prof. Efrat Morin, Hebrew University Jerusalem (Israel) Extreme desert rain storms and flash floods: Insights gained from space-time analysis