The KAHR project invites you to the 1st Science Conference 2022
on 29.06.2022 from 10:00 to 15:00 | 30.06.2022 from 10:00 to 17:00
The flood event of July 2021 caused by heavy rainfall in North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate is considered as one of the largest flood disasters in Germany since decades. The affected regions and municipalities are now facing enormous challenges. The research project KAHR (Climate Adaptation, Flood, Resilience) - funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) - aims to provide scientific support and advice on the processes of reconstruction in the aftermath of the flood disaster. Within the research project approaches for resilient and climate-adapted development will be identified and guiding principles for a resilient reconstruction will be advanced.
Against this background, the KAHR project will host a virtual scientific conference from 29.-30. of June 2022. Researchers of different disciplines working on impacts and management of flood disasters or on issues of climate resilient reconstruction are invited to contribute to the conference or participate online. At the parallel sessions of the conference we will focus on following topics:
- spatial risk and adaptation management in urban, regional and rural areas
- flood prevention, modeling and reconstruction
- Varying interests and actors in processes of reconstruction
- protection of critical and sensible infrastructures
- Hydrology, hydraulics and morphodynamics of the flood 2021
Please register by 24.06.2022 here.
Please note: Zoom links will be sent to registered participants from 24.06.2022.