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3rd IAHR Young Professionals Congress | Day 4: Hydroinformatics and Flood Risk Management - Thursday, 1 December 2022

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 Welcome Day 4 | 12:00 - 13:00 CET

Keynote: Jelena Batica "Comprehensive Flood Risk Management – Existing Potential"  
Chairs: David Ferras and Arianna Varrani

Jelena Batica

Jelena Batica
Jaroslav Cerni Water Institute, Serbia

David Ferras

David Ferras

IHE Delft Institute for Water Education

Arianna Varrani

Arianna Varrani

Polish Academy of Sciences


 Hydroinformatics and Digital Innovation | 13:00 - 14:00 CET

Hosts: Emanuele QuarantaMichael NonesDavid Ferras and Qian Yu

Chairs: Dr. Frank Molkenthin and Ioana Popescu

Frank Molkenthin

Frank Molkenthin
Braundenburg University of Technolgy Cottbus

Ioana Popescu

Ioana Popescu

IHE Delft Institute for Water Education

  • HydroLang Markup Language: Community-driven web components for hydrological analyses, by Carlos Erazo Ramirez, Yusuf Sermet and Ibrahim Demir

  • Impact of the topographic information resolution on the results of mathematical hydrodynamic models, by Matias Bupo and Cabello Andres Miguel

  • IoT and sensors applications in renewable energy systems optimization, by Dr Ashok Matani

  • Numerical modeling of marine microplastics deposition using coupled CFD-DEM, by Mostafa Bigdeli, Abdolmajid Mohammadian and Abolghasem Pilechi

  • Numerical investigation of infiltration methods and LID measures on rainfall-runoff in an experimental urban area, by Yangwei Zhang, Franziska Tügel and Reinhard Hinkelmann

  • A multi-GPU accelerated 2D hydrodynamic method for catchment-scale flood simulation, by Hao Han, Zhao Jin and Jing Zhang

Coffee break with mentors | 14:00 - 14:30 CET

 Hydroinformatics and Water Management | 14:30 - 15:30 CET

Hosts: Emanuele Quaranta and Qian Yu

Chairs: Philippe Gourbesville and Sajjad Roshandel

Philippe Gourbesville

Philippe Gourbesville
Universitate Cote d'Azur (UCA)


Sajjad Roshandel

Sajjad Roshandel

Xiamen University


  • Evaluation of water status at Aksu Stream in Antalya, Turkey using WASP8 deterministic water quality model, by Secil Tuzun Dugan and Ayşe Muhammetoğlu

  • Forest-Water Nexus: A remote sensing-based evapotranspiration assessment of the Kafue River Sub-Basin, by Muyaka Kamamba, Imasiku Nyambe and Kawawa Banda

  • Modeling sustainability of surface water potential under current and future water demand in wolaita zone, Ethiopia, by Eden Ollo, Kassahun Tamiru, Bereket Netsanet, Tadewos Adema and Wondimu Elias

  • A method based on sensitivity analysis for the identification of the most influential phosphorus stressors along a river stretch, by Mihaela Borota, Elisabeta Cristina Timis, Vasile Mircea Cristea and Michael George Hutchins

  • Analysis of flood hazard due to levee breaches in a vast lowland region using a 2D SWE model, by Matteo Pianforini, Susanna Dazzi, Paolo Mignosa and Renato Vacondio

  • Simulation of an extreme flood event in a Peruvian Andean basin. A first approach for implementing the WRF-Hydro model, by Nadia Callan Diaz, Pedro Rau, Fiorela Castillón, Giancarlo Flores and Waldo Lavado

  • Short-term urban water demand forecasting using Theta Models in Casablanca city, Morocco, by Ikram Samih, Dalila Loudyi and Adil Ez-Zetouni

  • Effects of land cover change on water balance components in Gilgel Abay catchment using SWAT Model, by Hadilawit Aga

Coffee break with mentors | 15:30 - 16:00 CET

 Flood Risk Modelling | 16:00 - 17:00 CET

Hosts: Gaetano Crispino and David Ferras

Chairs: Tomasz Dysarz and Daniele Pietro Viero

Tomasz Dysarz

Tomasz Dysarz

Poznan University of

Life Sciences

Daniele Pietro Viero

Daniele Pietro Viero

University of Padova, Italy

  • Exploring the link between microbial pathogens in urban floodwater and health consequences through traffic exposure on streets, by Nguyen T.T. Huynh, Gerald A.C. Perez and Chris Zevenbergen

  • Numerical simulation of the concrete Face Rockfill Dam-break flood and disaster-causing assessment in downstream, by Rongrong Wang, Shouyuan Zhang and Jiahang Li

  • Integrated ADCIRC-SWAN-HEC-RAS 2D Modeling Framework for cyclonic coastal flood inundation mapping, by Aman Tejaswi, Bhabagrahi Sahoo, Ravindra Kale and Pln Murty

  • An adjoint-based optimal control method for unsteady river flows, by Pablo Vallés, Isabel Echeverribar and Pilar García-Navarro

  • Developing a hydrological model for Grand River watershed, Ontario, by Angelos Alamanos and George Papaioannou

  • Modeling and risk analysis of MANBAA-AL-GHOZLAN Dam failure in the city of Biskra and the surrounding communities, south Algeria, by Kheloufi Billal, Hachemi Ali and Mimeche Liala

  • Refined simulation of waterlogging process in urban overpass using finite volume method, by Yujia Ye, Huapeng Qin, Junqi Mao and Baoying Wang

Coffee break with mentors | 17:00 - 17:30 CET

 Flood Risk Management | 17:30 - 18:30 CET

Hosts: Ingrid Silva and David Ferras

Chairs: Ravindra Vitthal Kale and Susanna Dazzi

Ravindra Vitthal Kale

Ravindra Vitthal Kale

National Institute of Hydrology Roorkee

Susanna Dazzi

Susanna Dazzi

University of Parma


  • Using the geomorphological indexes for flood zoning map in the Kashafroud basin, Iran, by Ghasem Panahi, Saeed Reza Khodashenas and Alireza Faridhosseini

  • Evaluation of land cover changes impact on flood modelling. Case stydy: Citarik Sub Watershed, by Nadhirah N. Saleha, Dwinanti Rika Marthanty, Ridwan Hakim and Elang Insaani

  • Identifying key risks for flooding prevention at Balearic Islands, Spain, by Llatas Palomero

  • Summer discharge changes on Danube River - case study Bezdan station, by Igor Leščešen, Biljana Basarin and Manfred Mudelsee

  • Event scenarios and risk scenarios: how to assess links for a proper hydraulic damage evaluation, by Elena Carcano and Mirzi Betasolo

  • The role of soft data to understand flood dynamics in an ephemeral mountain river, by Adina Moraru

  • Short-term forecasting of flood runoff for the management of reservoir, by Elena V. Kuznetsova

  • Surveillance audio-based rain gauge, by Xing Wang, Schmaltz Elmar and Litao Zhu

  • A comparative tsunami risk analysis with sea-level rise: Cases from Peru, the Philippines, and Turkey, by Joaquin Vicente Ferrer and Buse Onay

Coffee break with mentors18:30 - 19:00 CET

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