Poster Presentations

Poster presentations are a very important part of the FLOODrisk 2016 conference. They have high visibility as they are located within the main networking area, also used for coffee breaks and lunches. Following on from the success at FLOODrisk 2012 we are also continuing with the allocated sessions for authors of posters to present their work. Each author will be given 2 minutes to present the poster and you can find the allocated session for each poster below.

Instructions for Presenters can be downloaded here.

Last Updated: 06/10/2016 13:22

Topic Ref Title Author Session
1.1 AB_1_24  The joint occurrence of storm surges and high discharges at Lake IJssel Mrs. Nienke Kramer Tue 18/10 13.15 - 14.00
(Session 1)                
1.1 AB_1_27  Interest of a regional probabilistic approach to determine design discharges of hydropower plants in Albania Mr Jean-Claude Carré
1.1 AB_4_18   Extreme floods regionalisation in the tropical Island of Tahiti, French Polynesia Mrs Lucie Pheulpin
1.2 AB_2_25 Sea-level rise impact on European shelf tide Dr. Deborah Idier
1.2 AB_2_29 Revised Projections of Sea Level Rise - Implications for Flood Management Practitioners Dr Miguel Piedra
1.3 AB_10_7 Uncertainty and expert assessment for supporting evaluation of levee safety Dr Marc Vuillet
1.3 AB_11_28 Improving the representation of the fragility of coastal structures. Mr Robert Jane
1.3 AB_13_15 Numerical modeling of levee stability based on coupled mechanical, thermal and hydrogeological processes. Mrs Anna Pieta
1.3 AB_13_16 Numerical modeling of the impact of flood wave cyclicality on the stability of levee Mrs Anna Pieta
1.3 AB_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
1.3 AB_4_40 Assessing the risk of levee failure by internal erosion by means of hole erosion tests Dr Stéphane Bonelli
1.3 AB_4_41 Analysis of the filtration processes in soil embankment based on numerical modeling and temperature measurements Barbara Bukowska- Belniak
1.3 AB_4_43 Validity of porous media approach for RANS simulation of flows with transition to dense submerged vegetation Joao Leal
1.3 AB_4_48 Investigation and simulation of breached levees constructed from non cohesive materials Dr. Mark Morris
2.1 AB_12_4 Environmental evaluation and mapping flood hazard in Bechar region Dr Mimouni Omar Tue 18/10 13.15 - 14.00
(Session 2)  
2.1 AB_5_10 Flood hazards and impacts in Turkey - an overview M.Sc. Gamze Koc
2.1 AB_5_13 Ex-ante flood damage estimation for the city of Shanghai Dr. Qian Ke
2.1 AB_5_8 Existing Flood Vulnerability and Fragility Relationships for Buildings: a Preliminary Compendium and Guide for Selection Ms Maria Pregnolato
2.1 AB_5_9 Estimation of Economic Consequences for Dam Failure Scenarios Dawn Munger
2.3 AB_11_19 Risk evaluation of domino effect of dam failures on small river-basins Prof. Ivan Vanicek
2.3 AB_7_4 Analysis of disruptions cascade effect within and between urban sociotechnical systems in a context of risks Michael Gonzva
4.1 AB_15_7 Transforming a mound levee: is it a solution? M Jean Maurin Tue 18/10 13.15 - 14.00
(Session 3)  
4.2 AB_11_34 Optimal surface drainage inlets positioning using stochastic pluvial flooding analysis Prof. Giuseppe Aronica
4.2 AB_13_12 Smart levee in Poland Dr Aleksandra Borecka
4.2 AB_14_18 Nature-based flood protection: using vegetated foreshores for reducing coastal risk Vincent Vuik
4.2 AB_17_2 Experiences of the Planning and Deployment of Temporary Flood Defences in the UK 2014 Floods Dr Alexia Rogers-Wright
4.2 AB_17_6 Strategies of adaptation at individual scale: Insights from long term post-flood damage assessments Dr. Frederic Grelot
4.2 AB_22_2 Roles of the riparian vegetation : The antagonism between flooding risk and the protection of environments Dr Caroline Zanetti
4.2 AB_4_37 Flood hazard mitigation by actions in the hillslopes: does the context change the assessment of efficiency ? Dr Christine Poulard
6.1 AB_11_32 What conclusion of flood risk management in Mediterranean area? Dr Stéphanie Defossez Tue 18/10 13.15 - 14.00
(Session 4)                  
6.1 AB_13_11 Diversifying flood risks management strategies as a multilevel coordination challenge Dr. Carel Dieperink
6.1 AB_13_7 The Isere amont project : feedback of the achievement of 6 expanding flood areas M. Olivier Manin
6.1 AB_23_14 A Strategic Framework to Integrate Decision Making for a Valley with Potential Flood Depths of 26 Metres Ms Maree Abood
6.1 AB_23_6 A regional process under the international initiative for IFM Dr. Masahiko Murase
6.1 AB_23_7 Is it economical to build adaptable flood protection measures? Dr. Olga Spackova
6.1 AB_8_12 Mitigation of flood risk behind levees of the Loire in 3 areas: preventive evacuation, vulnerability reduction and improved levees M Jean Maurin
6.2 AB_12_17 Effect of sea level rise and flooding on erosion rates for the Lower Niger delta Ms Zahrah Musa
6.2 AB_23_10 A Flood Hazard Assessment and Adaptation Toolkit for Cities and Sea-level Rise Internationally Mr Donald Daly
6.2 AB_24_1 Multiple strategies in flood mitigation and adaptation - who should pay for whose benefits? Examples from four European countries. Thomas Thaler
6.4 AB_23_15 Flood risk management in Flanders: from flood risk objectives to state assessment and appropriate measures Mr. Sven Verbeke
6.5 AB_27_3 What constitutes legitimate flood risk governance? Dr Meghan Alexander
1.4 AB_1_25 Combined fluvial and pluvial urban flood hazard analysis: method development and application to Can Tho City, Mekong Delta, Vietnam Dr. Heiko Apel Weds 19/10 13.15 - 14.00
(Session 5)              
1.4 AB_10_12 Flood modelling using sub-grid based Finite Volume approach & Constrained Interpolation Profile method Mr Malik Ahmad Ali
1.4 AB_10_4 Sensitivity analysis of river flows and water levels on energy head loss through hydraulic control structures Mr. Pieter Meert
1.4 AB_10_5 Tracking the critical offshore conditions leading to inundation via active learning of full-process based models M. Jeremy Rohmer
1.4 AB_10_8 Hidden patterns in descriptors of flood models uncertainties Prof. Dimitri Solomatine
1.4 AB_11_42 Methodology for Development of Flood Depth Variability in a Flood Loss Model Dr. Navin Peiris
1.4 AB_11_45 Coastal Risk Assessment of the Catalan coast Dr Christophe Viavattene
1.4 AB_12_19 Mapping flood hazard and risk: Contrasting experiences in the US and the EU Dr Anna Serra-Llobet
1.4 AB_12_21 Benchmarking of a bidimensional flood analysis with a structural measure in the catchment Rosarito Huahuatay Baja California Sur, Mexico civil engineer Laura Velez
1.4 AB_12_8 Where next for research in to simplified surface water flood modelling? Mr Neil Hunter
1.4 AB_2_26 Floods in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Unusual Phenomenon and Huge Losses. What Prognoses? Mr Faouzi Ameur
1.4 AB_3_3 How bed-load can help to validate hydrology studies in mountainous catchment: the case study of the Roize (Voreppe - FR) Mr. Guillaume Piton
3.1 AB_14_6 A theory of 5R-layer framework for urban flood resilience - a basis for alternative planning practices, Taipei case study (1895-2010) Miss. Fang-yu Hu Weds 19/10 13.15 - 14.00
(Session 6)
3.1 AB_11_15 Flood risk vulnerability assessment: what are the main factors? Hierarchization of the main factors at a regional scale Flood risk vuln Zehir Kolli
3.1 AB_14_9 Change of vulnerability towards flooding in the commercial sector Kai Schröter
3.1 AB_23_24 Influences of Regional Development on Land Use of Nagara Basin and Flood Risk Control Dr Michiko Banba
3.1 AB_8_10 Eroding resilience and the limits of adaptation: insights from the 2013 flood in Germany Dr. Christian Kuhlicke
3.1 AB_8_13 Resilience and Social Vulnerability Susan Durden
3.1 AB_8_15 Development of a Europe-wide Flood Vulnerability Model Dr. Navin Peiris
3.1 AB_8_8 Vulnerability Index – application and suitability of different methodologies applied to the municipality of Cuiabá, Mato Grosso – Brazil Miss Gabrielly Silva
3.2 AB_3_4 SIGNALERT app, a dedicated crowdmapping smartphone app to report for floods intensity and impact worldwide. Dr Richard Guillande
3.2 AB_8_4 A sociological case study of residential practices in floodplain. Understanding vulnerability to flashflood Dr Séverine Durand
3.2 AB_9_4 Culture of risk: Differences of the perception of floods risk in the Rhine graben Dr Carine Heitz
4.3 AB_11_20 Risk reduction measures: adaptation and integration of the concept into risk analysis of flood protection systems Bruno Beullac Weds 19/10 13.15 - 14.00
(Session 7)
4.3 AB_11_25 Dedicated IT infrastructure for Smart Levee Monitoring and Flood Decision Support Dr. Bartosz Balis
4.3 AB_13_3 How to raise the resilience against floods by using urban infrastructures: changing the relationship between flood discharge and re-designed bridges Mr. Georg Johann
4.3 AB_14_14 A high level feasibility tool for appraising the feasibility of Retrofitting SuDS Mr Fola Ogunyoye
4.4 AB_13_37 Preventing prevention: identified chokepoints for local level capacity-building in Wieprzowka Catchment, Poland and Nehoiu Catchment, Romania Ms. Teresa Sprague
4.4 AB_14_1 ABRI©, a self-administered diagnostic tool for citizens and local authorities Chargée de mission Audrey Aviotti
4.4 AB_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) Dr. Brice Martin
4.4 AB_22_4 Citizen Observatories, the challenges beyond making the technology work: lessons from the WeSenseIt project Christophe Viavattene
4.5 AB_11_21 Exceptional floods on January 2014 in the Department of Var, Damages on several municipalities, France M. Christophe Esposito
4.5 AB_17_7 150 years ago: 1866, the Loire river flood which changed the vision of protection by promoting " Give water its share" M Jean Maurin
4.5 AB_23_21 Ex-Post Evaluation of flood and coastal erosion risk management strategies and schemes Dr Clare Twigger-Ross
1.4 AB_4_20 Hydrometry data rescue, a stake for future Eng. Frédéric Pons Thurs 20/10 13.15 - 14.00
(Session 8)
1.4 AB_4_24 Improvement of the remotely sensed hurricane-induced rainfall estimates using a high-resolution Numerical Weather Prediction model Ms Diana C Fernández
1.4 AB_4_36 Stochastic rainfall fields time-series for probabilistic flood hazard assessment Dr. Boyko Dodov
1.4 AB_4_38 Analysis of flooding in urban areas, considering the permanence of water in site case of study: Veracruz, Mexico civil engineer Laura Velez
1.4 AB_4_45 Flood Analysis Using HEC-RAS model: A Case Study for Hafer Al-Batin, Saudi Arabia Dr Muhammad Al- Zahrani
1.4 AB_4_46 Optimizing hydraulic structures head loss parameters by surrogate modelling of river flows and water levels Mr. Pieter Meert
1.4 AB_4_5 An integrated approach for modelling urban flows in a GIS environment Laurent Courty
1.4 AB_4_7 Innovations in irregular meshing to improve the performance of 2D finite volume flood simulation M. Sam Jamieson
1.4 AB_5_2 RMS pan-Europe Flood HD Model Dr. Maurizio Savina
3.3 AB_11_23 A numerical approach for the generation of safety maps for people during floods Mr. Roberto Alejandro Real Rangel Thurs 20/10 13.15 - 14.00
(Session 9)           
3.3 AB_12_10 Quick estimate of extreme floods water levels Mr Andre Paquier
3.3 AB_4_17 Breach modelling: comparison between USDA-ARS large-scale experiments and TELEMAC 2D results Laroche Christophe
3.4 AB_11_33 Water Depth-Damage functions for Sardinian territory Sara Frongia
3.4 AB_11_36 Evaluating flood risk at the downstream of Ayvali Dam in case of the dam failure Assis. Prof. Ismail Haltas
3.4 AB_11_38 Assessing flood damages with high spatial resolution Dr. Marco Neubert
3.4 AB_12_6 Urban flood risk mapping-A case study of Mithi catchment, Mumbai, India Ms Sherly M A
3.4 AB_14_11 The Role that Hedgerows could play in Natural Flood Management Dr. Ian Pattison
3.4 AB_4_21 Preliminary flood risk assessment of EU flood directive: french approach could be expanded? Eng. Frédéric Pons
5.1 AB_12_2 Development of a downstream emergency response service for flood and related risks in Romania based on satellite data Dr. Gheorghe Stancalie Thurs 20/10 13.15 - 14.00
(Session 10)             
5.2 AB_1_133 Performance analysis of real time flood forecasting models for different forecast horizons using optimization algorithms Prof. Facundo Alonso
5.2 AB_19_13 Flood Foresight: Near-real time flood impact assessment and forecasting tool Dr John Bevington
5.2 AB_19_16 The flash flood warning project in France Ms Isabelle Leleu
5.2 AB_19_2 Developing a flood forecasting system: A case study in Madarsoo River basin, Iran Dr. Saeed Golian
5.2 AB_19_24 Neural networks-based operational prototype for flash flood forecasting: application to Liane flash floods Monsieur Adrien Coutouis
5.2 AB_19_3 Daily Discharge Forecasting Using Local Linear Model Trees (LOLIMOT) Assis. Prof. mahdi moharampour
5.2 AB_19_6 An experimental cyclone-induced marine and river floods forecasting system for La Reunion Island: the SPICy project Sophie Lecacheux
5.3 AB_20_6 Requirements for vertical evacuation M.Sc Bas Kolen

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