08:30 - 10:15  Session VII: From Observations and Experiments to Modelling and Simulations - Part II
Chairs: Jan Thomas FISCHER and Priska HILLER
Layered slides, slow flows, and virtual reality: Recent enhancements of the r.avaflow mass flow simulation tool Martin MERGILI Austria
Using an artificial intelligence model to develop real-time prediction technology for landslides Song-Yue YANG Taiwan
Rock-avalanche Fluchthorn: Back-calculation of the event with the open source model AvaFrame Michael MÖLK Austria
Path to wildfire resilience: Advanced modeling for fire danger risk along railway infrastructure Christian RACHOY Austria
Numerical modelling of post-fire debris flows triggered by rainfall: A case study in north-western Italy Giulia LA PORTA Italy
10:15 - 10:45 Break   
10:45 - 12:45  Session VIII: Structural and Non-Structural Mitigation Measures - Part I
Chairs: Karl MAYER and Stefan MARGRETH
Keynote 7: Geotechnical aspects of mitigation measures against natural hazards in the context of climate change  Robert HOFMANN  details
Dealing with ageing protection systems in torrents Catherine BERGER  Switzerland 
Cold spring creek debris-flow mitigation: A roller-compacted slot barrier under construction in western Canada Patrick NOLAN  Canada
Feedback from two proglacial lake risk situations in French Alps Thomas GEAY  France
Brienz/Brinzauls landslide 2023: From interferometric radar measurements and deformation camera monitoring to real-time rockfall detection with automatic road closure Susanne WAHLEN Switzerland
Real-time and multi-method monitoring of the imminent Hochvogel rock slope failure Johannes LEINAUER  Germany
12:45 - 14:15
Luch Break   
14:15 - 15:00
     
Session IX: Structural and Non-Structural Mitigation Measures - Part II
Chairs: Stefan MARGRETH and Karl MAYER
A comparison of forces due to avalanches and a debris flow on a flexible net structure Engelbert GLEIRSCHER  Austria
Paravalanche engineering in a context of climate change Rémy MARTIN  France
15:00 - 16:45
Session X: Risk Governance, Policies and Resilience
Chair: Florian RUDOLF-MIKLAU and Didier RICHARD
Integrating social and psychological factors in cost-benefit analysis for flood risk management Sebastian SEEBAUER Austria
The identification of forested areas prone to erosion in the catchments of torrents in Slovenia Urša VILHAR Slovenia
“SCHUTZ VOR NATURGEFAHREN” – A collaborative initiative to enhance risk awareness and resilience in Switzerland Corinne SINGEISEN Switzerland
Climate risk management at the local level: Experiences from Longyearbyen Stina Marie Hov ANDREASSEN Norway
Improving awareness of flash-flood risks by simulating disasters through mixed reality tools Peter A. FISCHER-STABEL  Germany
16:45 - 17:00 Break
17:00 - 17:45 Closing Session
Moderation: Norbert SEREINIG and Gebhard WALTER
Conference Summary & Conclusion by Scientific and Technical Advisory Board of IP2024  
Tributes and Awards
Closing Address
 18:00 Side events: Talking Science I Women Networking Event I Transboundary Water Management in the Danube River Basin details

 

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