Ecomondo 2022
  • Tuesday, November 8, 2022
  • 09:30 - 17:30
  • Memo
  • Gemini Room C4 Pav.
  • Italian

Organized by: Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee & Italian Geotechnical Society

Landslide risk is currently a social priority connected to regeneration and sustainability items and also to environmental and economic aspeSTC. Therefore, it’s very important to adopt innovative construction methods and technologies for its assessment and mitigation compatible with the environment. In this context, the conference will be dedicated to this specific topic of innovation of methods and technologies, really crucial for the development of the territory and society and for the environment protection.

Session Chairs

Daniele Cazzuffi, CESI SpA - Milano
Nicola Moraci, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria


9.30-10.00 Registration

10.00-10.20 Introduction

Daniele Cazzuffi, CESI SpA - Milano
Nicola Moraci, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria

Session 1. Landslide risk evaluation and mitigation: analysis criteria

Chair: Nicola Moraci, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria

10.20-10.45 The current regulation in force framework for landslide risk management
Vera Corbelli, Southern Apennines River Basin District Authority

10.45-11.10 Landslide susceptibility assessment and hazard at different scales: probabilistic and physically-based approaches
Maria Clorinda Mandaglio, University of Salerno

11.10-11.35 Landslide risk analysis: qualitative and quantitative approaches
Settimio Ferlisi, University of Salerno

11.35-12.00 Potential landslide risk mitigation strategies
Giovanni Vaciago, SGI - Milan

12.00-12.25 New perspectives for landslide risk management
Leonardo Cascini, University of Salerno

12.25-13.00 Discussion

Session 2. Landslide risk assessment and mitigation: case studies

Chair: Maria Clorinda Mandaglio, University of Salerno

14.15-14.40 Debris flow susceptibility and hazard assessment: the case of Favazzina (RC)
Mariantonietta Ciurleo and Nicola Moraci, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria

14.40-15.05 Rockfall susceptibility and hazard assessment
Maria Rita Migliazza, Polytechnic University of Turin

15.05-15.30 Slow landslide risk assessment: applications at different scales
Giovanni Gullà, Research institute for geo-hydrological protection of the Italian National Research Council (CNR - IRPI)

15.30-15.55 Rockfall risk assessment
Monica Barbero and Maria Lia Napoli, Polytechnic University of Turin

15.55-16.20 Examples of innovative and sustainable measures for the slow landslide risk mitigation             
Piergiorgio Recalcati, Tenax SpA, Viganò – LC

16.20-16.45 Implementation of mitigation measures in the national information systems
Daniele Spizzichino, ISPRA (Italian Institute for Environmental Protection and Research)

16.45-17.15 Discussion              

17.15-17.30 Closing remarks
Daniele Cazzuffi, CESI SpA - Milan