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Het volgende geo-webinar vindt plaats op vrijdag 24 juni om 12 uur (Belgische tijd), via het onlineplatform Zoom. Als u wenst deel te nemen, aarzel dan niet om een e-mail te sturen naar caroline.michellier(a)africamuseum.be. Na een presentatie van 20-30 minuten zullen we de gelegenheid hebben om nog 10-15 minuten vragen te stellen. Om niemand te benadelen zal de mondelinge presentatie in het Engels of in het Frans zijn, terwijl de dia's in het Frans of in het omgekeerde Engels zullen zijn.

2022-06-21

VOLGENDE GEO-WEBINAR

Jos
Jos Subira
Researcher at the Goma Volcano Observatory, and doctoral student at the University of Liège, the Royal Museum for Central Africa (Natural hazards unit) and European Center for Geodynamics and Seismology (ECGS/MNHN), he will present his research activities in the framework of seismic monitoring in the Virunga volcanic province (DR Congo).
 
When: Friday 24th June 2022
Where: Zoom online platform

 

VORIGE GEO-WEBINARS

Pascal in the field
Pascal Sibomana
Doctoral student at the University of Liège (Department of Geography), the Royal Museum for Central Africa (Natural hazards unit) and INES-Ruhengeri (Department of Civil Engineering), he will present his research entitled "Landslides distribution in the changing landscapes of Northern-western provinces of Rwanda”.
 
When: Friday 6th May 2022
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Jean in the field
Jean Nsabimana
Research assistant at the University of Burundi and doctoral student at the University of Namur (Department of geography) and the Royal Museum for Central Africa, he will present his research entitled "Exposure to past disasters related to hydrological hazards: the case of Bujumbura city, Burundi”.
 
When: Friday 22th April 2022
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Eric
Eric Lutete Landu
Chef de travaux at the University of Kinshasa and doctoral student at the University of Liège (Faculty of Sciences), he will present his research entitled "How can we control urban gully erosion? Lessons learned from successes and failures”.
 
When: Friday 11th March 2022
Where: Zoom online platform

 

John
John Sekajugo
Doctoral student at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, the Mountains of the Moon University and the Mbarara University of Science and Technology, he will present his research entitled "Can citizen scientists provide a reliable geo-hydrological hazard inventory? An analysis of biases, sensitivity and precision for the Rwenzori Mountains, Uganda”.
 
When: Tuesday 22nd February 2022
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Ephrem
Ephrem Kamathe
Doctoral student at the Katholiek Universiteit Leuven, the Goma Volcano Observatory, the Royal Museum for Central Africa and the University of Goma, he will present his research entitled "Magma diversity under Nyamulagira volcano, D.R. Congo”.
 
When: Friday 4th February 2022
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Axel
Axel Deijns
Doctoral student at the Natural Hazards service of the Royal Museum for Central Africa and in the Department of Hydrology and Hydraulic Engineering of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, he will present his research entitled "Understanding landslide and flash flood patterns in tropical East Africa through the use of remote sensing”.
 
When: Friday 14th January 2022
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Louise
Louise Delhaye
Researcher at the Natural Hazards service of the Royal Museum for Central Africa and in the Cartography and GIS research group of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, she will present her research entitled "Structure-from-motion photogrammetry: application to the study of the Nyiragongo lava lake (DRC)”.
 
When: Friday 17th December 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Nicholus
Nicholus Mboga
Recently graduated as a doctor of Sciences at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), he will present his PhD research, entitled “Deep learning techniques for generation of baseline data from historical panchromatic orthomosaics for long-term urbanization studies”.
 
When: Friday 26th November 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

Desire
Désiré Kubwimana
Doctoral student at the University of Mohammed V in Rabat (Morocco) and University of Burundi, he will present part of his PhD research, entitled “Characteristics and distribution of landslides in the hillslopes of Bujumbura (Burundi)”.
 
When: Monday 8 November 2021
Where: Zoom online platform

 

JeanClaude
Jean Claude Maki Mateso
Doctoral student at 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

 

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

 

Guy
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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