Program
  • Friday, November 6, 2020
  • 14:00 - 16:00
  • Memo
  • Diotallevi 1 Room South Hall

Organized by: Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee, Italian Ministry of Economic Development and other bodies of the CLYPEA Network and of the BLUE MED pilot project “Sealines”

The aim of this seminar is the dissemination of main research results are conceived as a best practice in publicly funded research. Therefore, this occasion aims at presenting the most important outcome of the CLYPEA programme financed by the Italian Ministry for Economic Development in the period 2015-2020 with a selection of those results and studies particularly akin to ECOMONDO themes. Moreover, this seminar will be the occasion for presenting the result of the BLUE MED pilo project “Sealines”.

Launched in 2014 by the DGS UNMIG (Directorate General for Safety of energy and non-energy material) of the Italian Ministry of Economic Development, with the main goal to maintain forefront knowledge on offshore operations safety standards and enhancing scientific research, CLYPEA is a Network of Research Institutes, Universities and State Bodies. The Network deploys, through a multi-disciplinary and co-operative pattern, highly innovative technological-based projects on safety of energy offshore operation, and research serving the forthcoming transition challenges. The partners’ expertise and experience are engaged in actions to increase safety, surveillance and awareness aligning with the growing and unavoidable need to readdress economic development towards blue economy principles.The presentation will be held by researchers of the CLYPEA network and participant of the BLUE MED pilot project “Sealines”

Section Chair
Italian Ministry of Economic Development

Programme

14.00-14.10 Introduction on the CLYPEA program and the initiatives for blue growth

14.10-15.10 SPOT: an example of collaboration between the Ministry of Economic Development and Department of Civil Protection for offshore safety in the field of prevention of Geohazard

Chairperson - Department of Civil Protection (D. Di Bucci, TBC)

Potential seismogenic sources at sea and activities for the study of their potential activation
Roberto Basili - INGV TBC

Seismic-induced landslides and their characterization for the definition of the relative tsunamigenic potential
Marzia Rovere - ISMAR

Landslide-generated tsunami modeling
Alberto Armigliato - University of Bologna TBC

Damage to the coastal building caused by offshore earthquakes
Barbara Borzi - EUCENTRE

Coastal built tsunami vulnerability and possible damage
Andrea Prota - RELUIS TBC

Numerical simulations and reservoir analysis for understanding natural and anthropic phenomena
RSE (TBD)

15.10-15.50 The safety of offshore infrastructures as an essential phase for blue growth
TBD