08:30 - 10:15  Session III: Hazard and Risk Assessment - Part I
Chairs: Dominique LAIGLE and Matjaž MIKOŠ
The Cadegliano-Viconago active landslide: The impact of the Pleistocene Alpine glacier system as a key for the comprehension of the current evolution and the future collapse Alessandro DE PEDRINI Switzerland
Quantitative assessment of landslide risk in Ivey Lake subdivision, Pemberton, British Columbia Lauren HUTCHINSON Canada
Post-wildfire debris-flow assessment methodology in British Columbia, Canada Hazel WONG Canada
Storm ALEX – Lessons learnt from the debris floods that occurred on October 2nd 2020 in the French Maritime Alps Simon CARLADOUS France
Water fluxes in fractured bedrock permafrost: A potential hazard for high alpine infrastructure Maike OFFER Germany
10:15 - 10:40  Break   
10:40 - 12:45  Session IV: Hazard and Risk Assessment - Part II
Chairs: Matjaž MIKOŠ and Dominique LAIGLE
Keynote 6: Dealing with major events - challenges for risk management  Christian WILHELM details
Persistence table as an efficent instrument to forecast and to manage extreme natural events in the joint information platform for natural hazards  Markus AESCHLIMANN Switzerland 
Dynamic hazard assessment method of mass movements in constantly changing alpine environments Adrian PETER Switzerland
Long-term monitoring of the rock slope deformation Gradenbach-Eggerberg and revised engineering geological assessment Anne HORMES Austria
Vulnerability to wildfire in the Austrian wildland urban interface Maria PAPATHOMA-KÖHLE Austria
The first Austrian indication map of protective forests showing their object-protective function cartographically Alexander STARSICH Austria
12:45 - 14:15
Lunch Break   
14:15 - 16:00
     
Session V: From Observations and Experiments to Modelling and Simulations - Part I
Chairs: Priska HILLER and Jan Thomas FISCHER
Long-term records of integrative measured bedload data as a means of evaulating the performance of transport equations: case study Urslau Andrea LAMMER Austria
Within the wave pattern of three natural debris flows Tobias SCHÖFFL Austria
A new DX approach of landscape using slam technology in Kamikochi national park, Japan Hiroya NITTA Japan
The new operational bedload monitoring station in the Sulden/Solda river (South Tyrol, Italy): Innovative aspects and preliminary observations Rudi NADALET Italy
Laboratory experiments on effects of different groyne designs on bed and bank stability in a torrent Ursula STEPHAN Austria
16:00 - 16:15 Break  
16:15 - 17:40
Session VI: Student Session and INTERPRAEVENT Student Award
Chair: Niki BEYER-PORTER and Gernot KOBOLTSCHNIG
Experimental study on debris flow loads using open Sabo dam supported by cables Yuta MIYAHARA Japan
Exploring the effect of landslide mitigation and protection measures under simulated hazard scenarios Yenny Alejandra Jiménez DONATO Austria
Culverts for draining torrent-systems during flash floods – Current state and ideas for improvements Susanne SCHERBAUM Austria
Strategies for improved levee safety: Integrating traditional and novel monitoring technologies Nicola FABBIAN Italy
Woody vegetation database: A step towards sustaining ecosystem services in the midst of climate change Helene MÜLLER Austria
17:40 - 19:15 Poster Walk  II
Intro Speech
17:50 - 19:15 Film Session: Risk and Art | Award-winning Austrian documentary film “SICHERHEIT 1 2 3”
Convenor: Christian RESCH, DCNA
Artist Talk: Julia GUTWENIGER I Florian KOFLER 
19:30
Gala Dinner
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