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Detail Schedule for Online iRALL School 2020


The iRALL School is organized by the State Key Laboratory of Geohazard Prevention and Geoenvironment Protection (SKLGP) of Chengdu University of Technology. Since 2016, SKLGP has successfully held iRALL School for 4 times, with 131 international doctoral students from more than 20 countries coming to Sichuan for training and academic visiting.

Given the impact of the covid-19, iRALL School 2020 provides free online courses for PhD and master students in landslide hazards, risk and other related fields. The whole process will be broadcast live from October 19 to October 22. The recorded videos will be shared on the official website of iRALL after the course.

Time and Platform

Time: Online lectures on October 19-22, 2020

Zoom ID: 933 459 4792 Password: iRALL2020                       

2020 iRALL School Zoom Platform

Detail Schedule

iRALL school 2020 provides a 4-day academic courses and presentations on cutting-edge research in the field of geohazards for doctoral and master's degree students from various countries, and 16 renowned experts from 8 countries are invited to give lectures, focusing on "investigation, analysis and management of large-scale landslides". The detail schedule is as follow:

19 October 2020

Opening Ceremony


9:00-9:30 UTC+8

Welcome speech

Xuanmei Fan

Chengdu University of TechnologyChina


9:30-9:50 UTC+8

Welcome speech

Mauri McSavenry

Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences , New   Zealand


10:00-11:00 UTC+8

Xuanmei Fan

Chengdu University of TechnologyChina

Title: Earthquake-induced chains of geological hazards

19 October 2020

Session 1 Academic Courses


14:00-15:30 UTC+8

Theo van Asch

Utrecht University , Netherlands

Title: Long term   modelling of slow moving landslides

Chair: Chun   Liu (Nanjing University)


15:30-17:00 UTC+8

Hans-Balder Havenith

University of Liege , Belgium

Title: Seismic VS climatic triggering of rockslides

Chair: Peng   Zeng (Chengdu University of Technology)


17:00-18:30 UTC+8

Janusz Wasowski

National Research Council - Institute for   Geo-hydrological Protection , Bari, Italy

Title: Preparing   a manuscript for an international scientific journal: what editors and   reviewers look

Chair: Wenping   Gong (China University of Geosciences, Wuhan)

20 October 2020

Session 1   Academic Courses


8:00-9:30 UTC+8

D. V. Griffiths

Colorado School   of Mines, USA

Title: Methods   of slope stability analysis

Chair: Wei Hu ( Chengdu University of Technology )


14:00-15:30 UTC+8

Mauri McSaveney

Institute of   Geological and Nuclear Sciences , New Zealand

Title: Introduction to large landslides

Chair: Yifei Cui (Tsinghua University)


15:30-17:00 UTC+8

Alexander Strom

Geodynamics Research Center , Russia

Title: Rock avalanches: basic   characteristics and classification criteria

Chair: Wen Zhang ( Jilin University )


17:00-18:30 UTC+8

Vincenzo Del   Gaudio

University of   Bari Aldo Moro, Italy

Title: Site response influence on slope   stability under seismic action

Chair: Chong Xu (National Institute of Natural Hazards, Ministry of   Emergency Management of China)


19:30-21:00 UTC+8

Nicola Venisti

University of  Bari Aldo Moro, Italy

Title: The geophysics surveys in landslide   area (seismic refraction, ReMi and ERT)

Chair: Ping Sun (China Geological Survey)

21 October 2020

Session 2   Workshop on Cutting-edge Research


8:00-9:00 UTC+8

Joshua West

University of   Southern CaliforniaUSA

Title: Debris   flows in the Gorkha earthquake affected region in Nepal

Chair: Jie Liu ( Chengdu University of Technology)


9:00-10:00 UTC+8

Chris Massey

Institute of   Geological and Nuclear Sciences , New Zealand

Title: Landslide risk analysis

Chair: Jianhong Ye (Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, CAS)


15:00-16:00 UTC+8

Janusz Wasowski

National   Research Council-Institute for Geo-hydrological Protection , Bari, Italy

Title:   Satellite interferometry for landslide detection and monitoring

Chair: Wu Zhu (Chang’an University)


16:00-17:00 UTC+8

Tristram C.   Hales

Cardiff   University, England

Title: The   fate of sediment after an earthquake

Chair: Shuai Zhang ( Zhejiang University )


17:00-18:00 UTC+8

Emilia Damiano

University of   Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, Italy

Title: Rainfall-induced landslides in granular soils: failure and   post-failure mechanisms

Chair: Jianqi Zhuang ( Chang’an University)

22 October 2020

Session 2   Workshop on Cutting-edge Research


15:00-16:00 UTC+8

Roberto Greco

University of   Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, Italy

Title: Hydrological processes leading to landslide triggering in shallow granular   covers

Chair: Fanyu Zhang (Lanzhou University)


16:00-17:00 UTC+8

Cees van Westan

University of   Twente , Netherlands

Title: Analyzing landslide risk dynamics for risk   reduction planning

Chair: Jie Zhang ( Tongji University)


17:00-18:00 UTC+8

Filippo Catani

University of Florence , Italy

Title: Machine learning applications for landslide   detection and forecasting from remote sensing data

Chair: Chaojun Ouyang (Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment,   CAS)

























Introduction of Professors

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Mauri McSaveney

Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences (GNS   Science), New Zealand

Research interests: Geological   disaster assessment, landslide risk assessment, paleoseismology, disaster   mapping, geomorphology, river bed evolution, engineering geomorphology,   erosion process, alpine slope process, earthquake benefits.

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Theo van Asch

Utrecht University, Netherlands

Research interests: Engineering   geology, rock and soil mechanics, landslide dynamics, researching the experiment   and modeling of the evolution of pore pressure in the bed material caused by   overflow debris flow.

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Hans-Balder Havenith

University of Liege, Belgium

Research interests: Geological   disaster risk assessment, site effect analysis based on seismic experiments,   structural geology and new tectonics, spatial geodesy technology, dynamic   numerical simulation, geological modeling and 3D visualization, surveying and   mapping spatial analysis, etc.

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Janusz Wasowski

National Research Council - Institute for   Geo-hydrological Protection, Italy

Research interests: Engineering   geology, remote sensing detection, slope instability and landslide risk   evaluation, satellite-borne remote sensing and geophysical measurement, etc.

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D. V. Griffiths

Colorado School of Mines, USA

Research interests: Slope finite   element analysis method for slope stability analysis, determination of slope   instability and identification of various factors affecting slope stability,   geotechnical engineering risk assessment, etc.

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Alexander Strom

Geodynamics Research Center, Russia

Research interests: Geological   disasters, earthquake disasters and active faults, mainly focusing on the   study of force and slope stability, the formation mechanism and movement   process of large-scale landslides.

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Nicola Venisti

University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy

Research interests: Body   wave tomography, seismic activity and seismic hazard in southern Italy; the   influence of the site on landslides; determination of soil parameters through   geophysical surveys (seismic refraction, ReMi and ERT).

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Vincenzo Del   Gaudio

University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy

Research interests: Time   probability evaluation of earthquake-induced landslide disasters on a   regional scale, site effects of landslide-prone slopes, dynamic response   changes of sites under earthquake action, and application of geophysical   measurement techniques in the study of unstable slopes and karst areas.

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Joshua West

University of Southern California, USA

Research interests: Intersection of   geomorphology, geochemistry, hydrology, and Earth history, dedicated to   regional-scale carbon cycle, especially how erosion and surface processes   affect exchanges of carbon between atmosphere, water, organic material   and rocks.

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Chris Massey

Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences (GNS   Science), New Zealand

Research interests: Geological   disaster assessment, landslide model, landslide monitoring, rock and soil   slope analysis and rockfall analysis and design.

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Tristram C. Hales

Cardiff University, England

Research interests: The influence   factors of mountain slopes between rivers, the role of frost in the   development of mountain landscape, and how humans, vegetation and climate   interact to cause landslide disasters.

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Emilia Damiano

University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, Italy

Research interests: Unsaturated   soil mechanics, trigger mechanism of rapid slope movement, field monitoring   equipment and technology, physical modeling, etc.

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Roberto Greco

University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, Italy

Research interests:   Rainfall-induced landslides, rainfall stochastic simulation, new technology   for the detection of unsaturated soil hydrological processes, modeling and   management of water supply networks, infiltration in swelling and shrinking   clay, interaction of ocean waves and ocean currents, groundwater restoration.

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Cees van Westan

University of Twente, Netherlands

Research interests: Disaster risk   management, especially the risk assessment of landslide and volcanic   disasters, establish changing multi-hazard risk analysis methods, and provide   scientific decision-making for disaster prevention and reduction.

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Filippo Catani

University of Florence, Italy

Research interests: Sensitivity and   size evaluation of driving factors and scale issues of landslides in   different environments, development of numerical models and analysis   applications of hydrology and geomorphology.


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