Do not miss our next geo-webinar!

Jean Claude

The next geo-webinar will take place on Friday 15th October at 1.30pm (Belgian time), via the Zoom online platform. If you wish to attend, do no hesitate to send an email at caroline.michellier(a)africamuseum.be. After a 20-30 minute presentation, we will have the opportunity to ask questions for another 10-15 minutes. In order not to disadvantage anyone, the oral presentation will be in English or in French, while the slides will be in French or in English inversely.

2021-10-08

NEXT GEO-WEBINAR

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Jean Claude Maki Mateso
Doctoral student at the the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium) and research associate at the Department of Geophysics of the Centre de Recherche en Sciences Naturelles de Lwiro (RDCongo), he will present his PhD research, entitled "Living on landslide: land use on unstable slopes in a rural environment of the Rift flanks west of Lake Kivu in Kalehe region (DR Congo)".
 
When: Friday 1 October 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

PAST GEO-WEBINARS

Hardy in the field
Hardy Nkodia
Doctoral student in tectonics and structural geology at the RMCA and the Marien Ngouabi University (Congo Brazzaville), he will present a part of his PhD research, entitled "Les failles et les plis comme clés du développement multisectoriel au Congo Kinshasa et Congo Brazzaville".
 
When: Friday 1 October 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

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Guy Ilombe
Doctoral student at the RMCA, the Official University of Bukavu, the University of Kinshasa and the University of Liège, he will present his research entitled "Quantifying the impacts of urban gullying at the scale of the Democratic Republic of Congo". 
 
When: Friday 25 June 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Christian in the field
Christian Kalikone
Doctoral student at the RMCA, the Official University of Bukavu, the University of Burundi and the University of Ghent, and researcher at the Geology Department of the Official University of Bukavu, he will present his research focusing on "Petrographic and cartographic study of the Kalehe, Idjwi and Nyangezi_Kamanyola sectors (South Kivu, DRC)"
 
When: Friday 18 June 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Landslide Bukavu and Flood Uvira
Théo Mana (CRSN-Lwiro) and Thomas Gérard (ULiège)
One year of data collection on natural disasters by the Kivu Citizen Observers: what results for which perspective?
 
When: Friday 21 May 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

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GeoRiskA at e-EGU 2021
Presentation of the researches of the GeoRiskA team and collaborators at the EGU on-line conference.
 
When: 26 to 30 April 2021
Where: On-line on the EGU2021 website

 

Arthur in the field
Arthur Depicker
Doctoral student at the KU Leuven, he will present his PhD research, entitled "Deforestation and landslide risk in the Kivu Rift: a brief history (1958-2016)".
 
When: Friday 9 April 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Antoine in the field
Antoine Dille
Doctoral student at the RMCA and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, he will present his PhD research, entitled "Remote sensing of slow moving landslides in the tropics: natural and anthropogenic controls", which will be publicly defend on 25 March 2021.
 
When: Friday 19 March 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Violet in the field
Violet Kanyiginya Twagira
Doctoral student at the RMCA, the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Mbarara University of Science and Technology  in Uganda, she will present her research entitled "Inventory and preliminary assessment of natural hazards in Kigezi highlands, South Western Uganda". 
 
When: Friday 26 February 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Blaise in the field
Blaise Mafuko
Doctoral student at the RMCA and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, and chef de travaux at the Geology Department of the University of Goma, he will present the latest advances in his research "Demographic control of volcanic risk perception: case of Goma, DR Congo (Preliminary results)"
 
When: Friday 5 February 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Toussaint in the field
Toussaint Mugaruka Bibentyo
Doctoral student at the RMCA and the University of Ghent and chef de travaux of the geology department of the Official University of Bukavu, he will present this first webinar entitled "Landslides, river incision and environmental changes: the Ruzizi gorge in the Kivu Rift".
 
When: Friday 15 January 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

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