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LARAM School 2024: Doctoral school on “landslide risk assessment and mitigation”

Organizer(s) International School on Landslide Risk Assessment and Mitigation
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LARAM is an International School on “LAndslide Risk Assessment and Mitigation” of the University of Salerno. The School is held annually and is aimed at 40 PhD students and 10 young doctors selected every year from those working in the field of Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Engineering Geology or with a similar Engineering background.

The LARAM School 2024 will be held in Salerno (Italy) from Monday 9 to Friday 20 September in person.

Candidate participants

The LARAM class will be composed of:

  • 40 selected PhD students
  • Up to 10 young doctors (PhD defended not before 2019)

Participants pay their own travel and accommodation expenses, as well as a registration fee of Euro 300 (PhD students) or 450 (young doctors).

IMPORTANT. Deadline for PhD applications and young doctor registrations: May 15, 2024

  • Application of PhD students:

  • Registration of young doctors

School programme

The programme of the school will consist of 6-hour daily lectures and tutorials from Monday to Friday (details on the web site). On Saturday, September 14, a field trip will be organized.

The programme is structured in the following sessions:

  • S1, Introduction to landslides
  • S2, Landslide risk theory
  • S3, Landslide modelling
  • S4, Landslide risk analysis and zoning
  • S5, Landslide monitoring and mitigation
  • S6, Landslide risk management and risk governance

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Hazards Landslide
Country and region Italy
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