Posters

Below you can find a list of the posters that were on display during the conference. Where available you may also download a copy of the poster.

If you would like to submit your poster file for download please email a PDF version of the poster to info@floodrisk2016.net.

Posters

Poster Ref. Poster Title Author
PA_19_1 ARCGIS TOOL FOR FLOODING FORECASTING IN GEORGIA Dr. Kakha NADIRADZE
PA_24_1 Multiple strategies in flood mitigation and adaptation - who should pay for whose benefits? Examples from four European countries. Thomas Thaler
PA_2_25 Sea-level rise impact on European shelf tide Dr. Deborah IDIER
PA_14_1 ABRI©, a self-administered diagnostic tool for citizens and local authorities Chargée de miss Audrey AVIOTTI
PA_12_2 Development of a downstream emergency response service for flood and related risks in Romania based on satellite data Dr. Gheorghe Stancalie
PA_19_2 Developing a flood forecasting system: A case study in Madarsoo River basin, Iran Dr. Saeed Golian
PA_17_2 http://floodrisk2016.net/authors/submissions/edit/ Dr Alexia Rogers-Wright
PA_19_3 Daily Discharge Forecasting Using Local Linear Model Trees (LOLIMOT) Assis. Prof. mahdi moharampour
PA_4_5 An integrated approach for modelling urban flows in a GIS environment Laurent Courty
PA_13_1 TOWARDS IMPROVED MANAGEMENT OF COASTAL SUBMERSION CRISES – CRISMA-WAVE SOLUTION AS AN EXAMPLE OF CRISMA FRAMEWORK APPLICATION Mr. Marc Erlich
PA_8_4 A sociological case study of residential practices in floodplain. Understanding vulnerability to flashflood DR DURAND SEVERINE
PA_3_3 Can bed-load help to validate hydrology studies in mountainous catchment? The case study of the Roize (Voreppe – FR) Mr. Alain RECKING
PA_4_7 Innovations in irregular meshing to improve the performance of 2D finite volume flood simulation Mr Sam Jamieson
PA_19_6 An experimental cyclone-induced marine and river floods forecasting system for La Reunion Island: the SPICy project Sophie Lecacheux
PA_13_3 How to raise the resilience against floods by using urban infrastructures: changing the relationship between flood discharge and re-designed bridges Alexander Hartung
PA_5_2 RMS pan-Europe Flood HD Model Dr. Maurizio Savina
PA_3_4 SIGNALERT app, a dedicated crowdmapping smartphone app to report for floods intensity and impact worldwide. doctor Richard guillande
PA_22_2 Roles of the riparian vegetation : The antagonism between flooding risk and the protection of environments Dr Caroline Zanetti
PA_11_15 Flood risk vulnerability assessment: what are the main factors? Hierarchization of the main factors at a regional scale ZEHIR KOLLI
PA_1_24 The joint occurrence of storm surges and high discharges at Lake IJssel Mrs. Nienke Kramer
PA_13_7 The Isere amont project : feedback of the achievement of 6 expanding flood areas M. Olivier Manin
PA_4_17 Breach modelling by overflow with TELEMAC 2D: comparison with large-scale experiments Mathieu Alquier
PA_2_26 Floods in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Unusual Phenomenon and Huge Losses. What Prognoses? Mr FAOUZI AMEUR
PA_4_18 Extreme floods regionalisation in the tropical island of Tahiti, French Polynesia Mrs Lucie Pheulpin
PA_23_6 A regional process under the international initiative for IFM Dr. Masahiko Murase
PA_23_7 Is it economical to build adaptable flood protection measures? Dr. Olga Spackova
PA_7_4 Analysis of disruptions cascade effect within and between urban sociotechnical systems in a context of risks Michael Gonzva
PA_13_12 Smart levee in Poland PhD Eng. Aleksandra Borecka
PA_13_15 Numerical modeling of levee stability based on coupled mechanical, thermal and hydrogeological processes. Mr Maciej Dwornik
PA_13_16 Numerical modeling of the impact of flood wave cyclicality on the stability of levee Mrs Anna Franczyk
PA_11_19 Risk evaluation of domino effect of dam failures on small river-basins Prof Ivan Vanicek
PA_4_20 Hydrometry data rescue, a stake for future Engineer PONS FREDERIC
PA_11_20 Risk reduction measures: adaptation and integration of the concept into risk analysis of flood protection systems Bruno Beullac
PA_4_21 Preliminary flood risk assessment of EU flood directive: french approach could be expanded? Engineer PONS FREDERIC
PA_11_21 Exceptional floods on January 2014 in the Department of Var, Damages on several municipalities, France M. ESPOSITO Christophe
PA_1_25 Combined fluvial and pluvial urban flood hazard analysis: method development and application to Can Tho City, Mekong Delta, Vietnam Dr. Heiko Apel
PA_11_23 A numerical approach for the generation of safety maps for people during floods Mr. Roberto Alejandro Real Rangel
PA_5_8 Existing Flood Vulnerability and Fragility Relationships for Buildings: a Preliminary Compendium and Guide for Selection Ms Maria Pregnolato
PA_8_8 Vulnerability Index – apliccation and suitability of different methodologies applied to the municipality of Cuiabá, Mato Grosso – Brazil Miss Gabrielly Silva
PA_12_6 Urban flood risk mapping-A case study of Mithi catchment, Mumbai, India Ms Sherly M A
PA_14_6 A theory of 5R-layer framework for urban flood resilience - a basis for alternative spatial planning practices, Taipei case study (1895-2010) Miss. Fang-yu Hu
PA_5_9 Estimation of Economic Consequences for Dam Failure Scenarios Dawn Munger
PA_4_24 Improvement of the remotely sensed hurricane-induced rainfall estimates using a high-resolution Numerical Weather Prediction model Ms Diana C Fernández R
PA_23_14 A Strategic Framework to Integrate Decision Making for a Sydney Area with Potential Flood Depths of 26 Metres Ms Maree Abood
PA_23_15 Flood risk management in Flanders: from flood risk objectives to state assessment and appropriate measures Mr. Sven Verbeke
PA_1_27 Usefulnes of a regional probabilistic approach to determine design discharges of hydropower plants in Albania Mr Carré Jean-Claude
PA_19_13 Flood Foresight: Near-real time flood impact assessment and forecasting tool Dr John Bevington
PA_10_4 Sensitivity analysis of river flows and water levels on energy head loss through hydraulic control structures Mr. Pieter Meert
PA_11_25 Dedicated IT infrastructure for Smart Levee Monitoring and Flood Decision Support Dr. Bartosz Balis
PA_12_8 Where next for research in to simplified surface water flood modelling? Neil Hunter
PA_11_26 INDICATORS USED TO RANK AREAS WITH POTENTIAL SIGNIFICANT FLOOD RISK IN ROMANIA PhD Viorel Chendes
PA_5_10 Societal and economic impacts of flood hazards in Turkey – an overview Gamze Koc
PA_13_11 Diversifying flood risks management strategies as a multilevel coordination challenge; A reflection on coordination mechanisms in different institutional contexts Dr. Carel Dieperink
PA_23_10 Sea level rise, coastal flood hazard and adaptation assessment toolkit for cities Mr Donald Daly
PA_5_13 Ex-ante flood damage estimation for the city of Shanghai Dr. Qian Ke
PA_14_9 Change of vulnerability towards flooding in the commercial sector Dr. Heidi Kreibich
PA_8_10 Eroding resilience and the limits of adaptation: insights from the 2013 flood in Germany Dr. Christian Kuhlicke
PA_11_28 Improving the representation of the fragility of coastal structures. Mr Robert Jane
PA_10_5 Tracking the critical offshore conditions leading to inundation via active learning of full-process based models M. Jeremy Rohmer
PA_2_29 Revised Projections of Sea Level Rise – Implications for Flood Management Practitioners Dr Miguel M Piedra
PA_14_11 The Role that Hedgerows could play in Natural Flood Management Dr. Ian Pattison
PA_12_10 Quick estimate of extreme floods water levels Mr Andre Paquier
PA_19_16 A new French flash flood warning service Ms Céline de Saint-Aubin
PA_11_32 Flood risk management : cases studies in French Mediterranean area Dr Stéphanie Defossez
PA_4_36 Stochastic rainfall fields time-series for probabilistic flood hazard assessment Dr Christine POULARD
PA_17_6 Strategies of adaptation at individual scale: Insights from long term post-flood damage assessments Dr. Frederic Grelot
PA_4_37 Flood hazard mitigation by actions in the hillslopes: does the context change the assessment of efficiency ? Dr Saâdia BENMAMAR
PA_23_21 Ex-Post Evaluation of flood and coastal erosion risk management strategies and schemes Dr Clare Twigger-Ross
PA_10_7 Uncertainty and expert assessment for supporting evaluation of levee safety Dr Marc VUILLET
PA_1_133 Performance analysis of real time flood forecasting models for different forecast horizons using optimization algorithms Prof. Facundo ALONSO
PA_11_33 Water Depth-Damage functions for Sardinian territory Sara Frongia
PA_10_8 Hidden patterns in descriptors of flood models uncertainties Prof. Dimitri Solomatine
PA_15_7 Transforming a mound levee: is it a solution? M MAURIN Jean
PA_17_7 150 years ago: 1866, the Loire river flood which changed the vision of protection by promoting " Give water its share" M MAURIN Jean
PA_8_12 Mitigation of flood risk behind levees of the Loire in 3 areas: preventive evacuation, vulnerability reduction and improved levees M MAURIN Jean
PA_19_21 DEVELOPMENT OF SOFT COMPUTING BASED FLOOD FORECASTING SYSTEM FOR MAHANADI RIVER, INDIA Dr. Anil Kumar Lohani
PA_11_34 Optimal surface drainage inlets positioning using stochastic pluvial flooding analysis Prof. Giuseppe Aronica
PA_12_17 Effect of sea level rise and flooding on erosion rates for the Lower Niger delta Ms Zahrah Musa
PA_11_36 Evaluating flood risk at the downstream of Ayvali Dam in case of the dam failure Assis. Prof. Ismail Haltas
PA_12_19 Mapping flood hazard and risk: contrasting experiences in the US and the EU Dr Anna Serra-Llobet
PA_11_38 Assessing flood damages with high spatial resolution Dr. Marco Neubert
PA_12_21 Benchmarking of a bidimensional flood analysis with a structural measure in the catchment Rosarito Huahuatay Baja California Sur, Mexico M.I. Laura Velez
PA_4_38 Analysis of flooding in urban areas, considering the permanence of water in site case of study: Veracruz, México M.I. Laura Velez
PA_23_24 Influences of Regional Development on Land Use of Nagara Basin and Flood Risk Control Michiko Banba
PA_11_42 Methodology for Development of Flood Depth Variability in a Flood Loss Model Dr. Navin Peiris
PA_8_15 Development of a Europe-wide Flood Vulnerability Model Dr. Navin Peiris
PA_14_14 A high level feasibility tool for appraising the feasibility of Retrofitting SuDS Mr Fola Ogunyoye
PA_4_40 Assessing the risk of levee failure by internal erosion by means of hole erosion tests Dr Stéphane Bonelli
PA_8_17 INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL OF VULNERABLE COMMUNITIE TO COMBAT THE IMPENDING DISASTERS INTEGRATING WITH CLIMATE SMART INTERVENTIONS Mr Meda Gurudutt Prasad
PA_13_37 Preventing prevention: identified chokepoints for local level capacity-building in Wieprzowka Catchment, Poland and Nehoiu Catchment, Romania Ms. Teresa Sprague
PA_4_41 Analysis of the filtration processes in soil embankment based on numerical modeling and temperature measurements Barbara Bukowska-Belniak
PA_27_3 What constitutes legitimate flood risk governance? Dr Meghan Alexander
PA_11_45 Coastal Risk Assessment of the Catalan coast Dr Christophe Viavattene
PA_4_43 Validity of porous media approach for RANS simulation of flows with transition to dense submerged vegetation Joao Leal
PA_20_6 Requirements for vertical evacuation PhD Bas Kolen
PA_10_12 Flood modelling using sub-grid based Finite Volume approach & Constrained Interpolation Profile method Mr Malik Ahmad Ali
PA_22_4 Citizen Observatories, the challenges beyond making the technology work: lessons from the WeSenseIt project Christophe Viavattene
PA_19_24 Neural networks-based operational prototype for flash flood forecasting: application to Liane flash floods Monsieur Adrien Coutouis
PA_4_45 Flood analysis using HEC-RAS model: a case study for Hafr Al-Batin, Saudi Arabia Dr Muhammad Al-Zahrani
PA_14_16 Geophysical assessment of an earth-filled dam with a permanent hydraulic head: evaluation of 4D geometrical effects on 2D resistivity monitoring Dr Grégory Bièvre
PA_4_46 Optimizing hydraulic structures head loss parameters by surrogate modelling of river flows and water levels Mr. Pieter Meert
PA_9_4 Culture of risk: Differences of the perception of floods risk in the Rhine graben Dr Carine Heitz
PA_23_31 Tell the risk : approach and tools to improve acceptance and to increase ownership of risk planning. Case study of Bruche river (Alsace, France) doctor brice martin
PA_4_48 Investigation and simulation of breached levees constructed from non cohesive materials Dr. Mark Morris
PA_14_18 Nature-based flood protection: using vegetated foreshores for reducing coastal risk Vincent Vuik


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