HazPresso - our group seminar on natural hazards

Aims and structure of the seminar

HazPresso offers room for discussing project-related questions; presenting new scientific articles; developing hypotheses for research ideas; discussing new projects or cooperations; planning field work; presenting progress in Master and Bachelor theses; introducing new software and tools; strengthening presentation skills, and much more (we're open for suggestions!).

We also warmly welcome input from members in other working groups, departments or institutes. These more informal talks (<30 min) should ideally relate to a topic from natural hazards and/ or geomorphology.  If you like to present and discuss your work, regardless of your stage or progress, feel free to contact Georg Veh. We will schedule your talk appropriately.

In the summer semester, we meet digitally until further notice. Interested students may contact Georg Veh to obtain access to our webconference system.

Presentation schedule summer term 2020

We are currently discussing the schedule of presentations during the summer semester and will let you know in due course.

 

 


Presentation schedule winter term 2019/2020

DatePresenterTitle
Oct 17 - no Hazpresso -(Galileo Conference, Nepal)
Oct 24  
Oct 31 - no Hazpresso -(Reformation Day)
Nov 07  
Nov 14Marina Meiners (UP)Methods to measure the thermal conductivity of planetary regoliths with application to the in-situ determination of planetary heat flows
Nov 21Oliver Korup (UP)Writing a Scientific Paper
Nov 28Duna Roda-Boluda (GFZ Potsdam)Quantifying Landslide Activity and Contribution to Sediment Fluxes with Cosmogenic Radionuclides (CRN)
Dec 05Lisa Luna (UP)Spatial patterns of rainfall triggered landslides

Dec 12

(12:30)

Ingmar Nitze (AWI Potsdam)Disturbances in Arctic Permafrost
Dec 19

Katrin Langenwalter (GFZ / UP)

Melanie Fischer (UP)

The evolution of giant landslide inventories – Tree-ring-based reconstruction of seismically induced mass movements in Kyrgyzstan

Insights from the 2019 fieldwork in Pokhara, Nepal

Dec 26- no  HazPresso -(Academic Christmas holidays)
Jan 02- no  HazPresso -(Academic Christmas holidays)
Jan 09Luc Illien (GFZ)Monitoring hydromechanical properties of the landscape with ambient noise seismology, a Himalayan case study
Jan 16Elisabeth Schönfeldt (UP)Mass movements in the Patagonian tablelands
Jan 23Melanie Fischer (UP)Evolving risks from glacial lake outburst floods in the Himalayas
Jan 30Mauricio Arboleda (UP)Imaging past debris flows using electrical resistivity tomography
Feb 06Eric Parra Hormazábal (UP)Landsliding at North Patagonia, Chile
Feb 13Thais Bendixen (UP)Aftermath of the Chaiten and Michinmahuida eruptions