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HazPresso offers time 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!).
Each week, participants show their "item of the week" in a 2 or 5 minute presentation. These items can be a new website or data set discovered; an advertisement for a conference; a report from a workshop; a video/ blogpost/ article from a newspaper; the most recent field equipment, etc.
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 stage or progress, feel free to contact Georg Veh. We will try to schedule your talk appropriately (see below).
In the summer term 2019, we meet every Wednesday from 10:00 to 11:30 at Campus Golm, House 1, Room 1.15.
|May 01||- no HazPresso -||(Labor Day)|
|May 08||Michele Delchiaro (Sapienza University, Rome)||Morpho-evolutionary predisposing factors for large rock landslide triggering|
|May 15||Marcel Hefner (UP)||Drone-based Analysis of Flash Flood deposits in Braunsbach, Baden-Württemberg|
|May 22||Wolfgang Schwanghart (UP)||Point Processes on Stream Networks|
|May 29||Francis Rengers (USGS, Colorado)||Exploring the muddy mysteries of debris flows|
|Jun 05||Christian Mohr (UP)||Introduction to LandLab|
|Jun 12||Michał Marosz (University of Gdańsk)||Summer air temperature extremes in Poland 1981-2017|
|Jun 19||Leif Anderson (GFZ Potsdam)||Debris-covered glacier response to climate change|
|Jul 17||Jens Turowksi (GFZ Potsdam)||Against the sediment - from damage to source|