Following the successful FLOODrisk 2008 conference held in Oxford (UK), FLOODrisk 2012 will bring together researchers, policy makers and practitioners from across the world to share experience and progress made in flood risk research and policy and management practice.
FLOODrisk 2012 will include contributions from a variety of National, European and International flood related initiatives as well as wider international practice. In particular, the applicability of to flood risk management practice, and the influence of policy on research and practice will be considered.
There will be opportunities to arrange meetings on the Monday and Friday. If you would like more information on this please email email@example.com. We will be organising technical tours on the Friday and Saturday.
View a detailed programme here. A few changes may still be made to this programme, so check back for the finalised programme.
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The conference dinner will take place on Thursday 22nd:
The Bossa Flor band gathers musicians passionate about Brazilian music, and in particular about Bossa Nova and Brazilian jazz. It is composed of Philippe QUEVAUVILLER (guitar, vocal), Pamela SCHMID (vocal), Sergio Valente (piano), Berny HOSTE (buggle), Jose Alvaro GONÇALVES (bass guitar) and Jacques GILLET (drums). View a demonstration
For more information on our special sessions, please visit our specials page.
|9.00 - 10.30||10.30 - 11.00||11.00 - 12.30||12.30 - 13.30||13.30 - 14.00||14.00 - 15.30||15.30 - 16.00||16.00 - 17.30||Evening|
|Mon 19/11||Coffee break - Networking - Exhibition - Posters||Lunch break - Networking - Exhibition - Posters||Registration||Ice Breaker (19.00 - 21.00)|
|Registration will take place in the Mercurius Hall at the World Trade Center, Rotterdam. (Registration will also be open daily throughout the conference from 08:00)||Exchange Hall, World Trade Center, Rotterdam|
|VIP Reception (15.00 - 16.30)|
|Welcome - Mr. Achmed Aboutaleb, Mayor of Rotterdam - Town Hall Rotterdam|
|FloodControl 2015 game presentation||Poster sessions||Flood Hazard Analysis 1||Coffee break - Networking - Exhibition - Posters||Flood Hazard Analysis 2||
|Flood Risk Management 1||Flood Risk Management 2|
|Flood prediction and early warning 1||Flood prediction and early warning 2|
|Flood Consequences 1||Flood Consequences 2|
|FC2015 I: Collaboration for smarter flood control||Controlling floods and droughts: integrated river basin management in (trans)national rivers|
|What's wrong with the other system? New directions for multi-layer safety in a growing complex society||The EU Floods Directive Part I: Potential barriers and best practices in science-policy interfacing|
|Flood Hazard Analysis 3||Imprints video presentation||Poster sessions||Flood Hazard Analysis 4||Inundation Modelling||
|Flood Risk Management 3||Flood Risk Management 4||Flood Risk Management 5|
|Flood event management 1||Flood event management 2||Evacuation and Rescue|
|Flood Defences 1||Flood Defences 2||Flood Defences 3|
|Governance and Policy Instruments 1||Governance and Policy Instruments 2||Governance and Policy Instuments 3|
|The EU Floods Directive Part II: Ways forward in improving science-policy interfacing||Challenges inflood risk management in Thailand||Be prepared! Taking effective decisions with operational forecasting in rivers and coastal areas|
|Thu 22/11||Flood Risk Analysis 1||Flood Risk Analysis 2||Example of new instruments supporting flood risk governance||Poster sessions||Flood Risk Analysis 3||
|Flood Risk Management 6||Vulnerability & Resilience 1||Vulnerability & Resilience 2|
|Serious Game Workshop||Flood Hazard and Risk Mapping||Principles from the international levee handbook|
|Flood defences 4 - Smart Dikes / UrbanFlood||Application of asset management in integrated water management||FC2015 II: imagining the next BIG step in smart flood control|
|Longterm adaptation 1||Longterm adaptation 2||Risk perception and communication|
|SubCoast: Integrating coastal height-change into flood risk management||New instruments supporting flood risk governance|
|Fri 23/11||Two excursions:|
|FRM highlights in The Netherlands|
|FRM highlights in Greater Rotterdam Area|
|Partner Excursion||Thanksgiving Day Tour (Thursday 22/11)|
Note: Special sessions are smaller, interactive sessions of varying formats concerning a range of current challenges in flood risk management.