Fourth EAGE Workshop on assessment of landslide hazards and impact on communities based on the monitoring and modeling of these processes using integrated techniques. The aim of this workshop is to introduce the impact of these processes on the building, transport, recreational infrastructure and to discuss what needs to be done to minimize the risk of natural hazards.
The Workshop offers a rich scientific programme and a great opportunity to obtain useful information about landslide activity, to join the scientific debate, create partnerships, and to participate in informal meetings, plus interesting and fascinating field excursions within the Odessa region. It is also important to note that the conference welcomes students and young scientists in order to provide the venue where they can demonstrate and implement their experience in research, as well as absorb the knowledge and skills from experienced scholars.
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
|Dr. Olena Ivanik||Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine)|
|Dr. Joana Fonseca||City, University of London (UK)|
|Dr. Sergiy Vyzhva||Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine)|
|Dr. Wei Wu||Institute of geotechnical Engineering, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (Austria)|
|Dr. Mihai Micu||Institute of Geography, Romanian Academy of Science|
|Dr. Stella Shekhunova||Institute of Geological Sciences, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine|
|Dr. Evgen Cherkez||Odessa National I.I. Mechnikov University (Ukraine)|
|Jean-luc Debroux||Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine), TPA (Total Professeurs associés) (France)|
The technical programme consists of oral and poster presentations on a wide range topic. The main working language of the conference – English.
|01||Regional and local forecasting of landslides|
|02||Monitoring and multiscale modelling of landslides and debris flows|
|03||Assessment of natural hazards and new techniques for risk mitigation|
|04||Building landslide-resilient communities and social aspects of landslide hazards assessment|
|05||Geophysical methods and Remote sensing for landslide investigations|
|Call for papers deadline||1 September 2022 – 30 March 2023|
Notification about the Programme to the Authors
|30 April 2023|