HazPresso - our group seminar on natural hazards

Aims and structure of the seminar

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!).

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.

 

Presentation schedule fall / winter 2020

DatePresenterTitle
Sep 17  
Sep 24Elisabeth Schönfeldt (UP)Giant slope failures as breeding grounds for earthflows in the Patagonian Andean foreland
Oct 01Lisa Luna (UP)Why are all the landslides next to roads? Handling observer bias in landslide inventories.
Oct 08Adam Emmer (U Graz)70 years of lake evolution and glacial lake outburst floods in the Cordillera Blanca (Peru) and implications for the future
Oct 15Stefanie Tofelde (UP)Self-organization of valley width in alluvial terrace sequences
Oct 22  
Oct 29Adam Emmer (U Graz)70 years of lake evolution and glacial lake outburst floods in the Cordillera Blanca (Peru) and implications for the future
Nov 05Oliver Korup (UP)Mount St Helens mystery

Nov 12

Group discussionHow to review a scientific paper
Nov 19

Georg Veh (UP)

Global frequency and magnitude of glacier lake outburst floods since 1900

Nov 26  
Dec  03  
Dec 10  
Dec 17