Research Seminar - Extreme Rainfall Events
13:15 Welcome and Introduction, Lars Nyberg (Karlstad University)
13:25 The German flood in summer 2021: what have we learnt and what are the new questions for flood research? Presentation by Prof. Mariele Evers, Department of Geography, Bonn University, Germany.
Mariele Evers is a CNDS fellow and has many years’ experience of disaster risk research in Europe, Asia and Africa.
13:55 Short break
14:00 A catastrophe model for cloudbursts in Sweden based on the Oasis platform. Presentation by Msc. Daniel Knös, catastrophe model developer at the reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter.
Daniel Knös is a member of the CNDS external reference group and has been involved in the research project SPLASH (Swedish pluvial modelling analysis and safety handling). Here you can find a recent publication from this project: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212420921006403.
14:30 SPARC: Stakeholder participation for climate adaptation - data crowdsourcing for improved urban flood risk management. Introduction to a new CNDS project, funded by Formas. Presentation by Lars Nyberg (Karlstad University).
14:40 Questions and discussion
15:00 End of seminar
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