Events and Dissemination
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The U-Geohaz project was presented by Anna Barra (CTTC) at the EGU General Assembly 2019 conference. The EGU General Assembly took place on April 07-12, 2019, in Vienna (Austria).

The whole project has been presented on Wednesday, 10 April, at the PICO session Remote sensing for geohazards investigations.  A PICO – Presenting Interactive COntent® consists in a first part with short oral presentations, where all authors present the essence of their work in 2 minutes each, followed by an interactive presentation that the audience can explore on touch screens and where authors are available to answer questions and discuss their research in more detail. Further-more, the presentations remain available after the end of a PICO session and can be viewed on the touch screens throughout the day of the session.

Click here to see the abstract.

The specific topic of the InSAR processing in the Valle d'Aosta test site has been presented on Tuesday, 09 April, at the oral session Application of remote sensing and Earth-observation data in natural hazard and risk studies

Click here to see the abstract.

 

   

The U-Geohaz Training will be held the 3th and 4th of June in Athens. The training event is aimed at delivering the U-Geohaz tools and methods and transferring the basic knowledge to the Geological Susvays (GSs) in order to make them able to develop the U-Geohaz products and to provide them to the Civil Protection Authorities (CPAs). The training will be addressed to the 13 national and regional Geological Survays of 12 EU countries, which are included in the consortium.

During the same week (3-7 of June), will also take place the U-Geohaz & EOEG workshop and the EOEG (Earth Observation and Geohazards Expert Group) annual meeting. During the workshop, the results of the project will be disseminated to potential users, out of the consortium, like institutions and actors involved in geohazard prevention actions. The week has been organized by joining the EOEG annual meeting and U-Geohaz training and workshop, in order to address a wider audience and potential users, for a stronger dissemination.

See you in Athens!!!

download here the week preliminary program

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