• Tuesday, November 5, 2024
  • 10:00 - 13:15
  • Memo
  • Agorà Fellini – Sites & Soil Restoration Area C3 pav.
  • Italian
  • organized by Ecomondo STC & Italian Geotechnical Society - AGI-IGS Section

Landslides pose significant threat to communities and infrastructure worldwide, necessitating the development of effective hazard and exposure reduction strategies to mitigate potential risks. Hazard reduction strategies, exposure reduction strategies and vulnerability reduction strategies can be adopted to reduce landslide risk.
This conference deals with the issue of early warning systems used for landslide risk mitigation. These systems, which identify and manage the paroxysmal phases of landslides by alerting and/or temporarily relocating the population, are increasingly applied all over the world also thanks to reduced management costs.

Session Chairs

Daniele Cazzuffi, CESI SpA Milan and AGI-IGS President
Nicola Moraci, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria and AGI-IGS Vice President

Programme

9.30-10.00 Participants' registration

10.00-10.15 Introduction
Daniele Cazzuffi, CESI SpA

10.15-10.40 Different strategies for Landslide Risk Mitigation
Nicola Moraci, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria

10.40-11.05 Early Warning strategies for Landslide Risk Mitigation
Michele Calvello, University of Salerno

11.05-11.30 Integrate monitoring systems in the framework of risk mitigation strategies
Filippo Soccodato, Iating (Roma) (TBC)

11.05-11.55 Territorial Early warning System  
Luca Piciullo, Norwegian Geotechnical Institute, NGI – Oslo

11.55-12.20 Local Early warning System: the case study of the La Saxe landslide 
Davide Bertolo, Valle d’Aosta Region (TBC)

12.20-12.45 Learning Platform for Early Warning Systems: the importance of an effective communication
Loredana Antronico, CNR IRPI – Rende (CS)

12.45-13.15 Discussion and Conclusions