6th World Landslide Forum in Florence

We are delighted to have participated in the 6th World Landslide Forum in Florence, which brings together scientists, engineers, practitioners, companies, and policy makers to share progress in landslide risk reduction. Our team proudly presented seven contributions, reflecting our commitment to making an impact on the landslide discourse. Despite the warm days in Florence, we not only shared knowledge, but also enjoyed the collaborative atmosphere of the forum to connect with fellow researchers and strengthen our network. 

TUM Landslides contributed with the following topics:

1. Laserscan fusion of multitudinous stations in a touristic gorge revearls early-warning relevant rockfall detachment patterns (Hoellentalklamm, Bavarian Alps). Benjamin Jacobs, Paul Schmid, Michael Krautblatter. 

2. Deciphering controls of secondary lahars related to glacier recession and permafrost degradation at Chimborazo and Cotopaxi volcano, Ecuador. Theresa Frimberger, Michael Krautblatter. 

3. Predictive modelling of debris flow entrainment in contrasting environmental settings. Verena Stammberger, Andreas Dietrich, Michael Krautblatter. 

4. A new concept for prospective failure time forecasting. Johannes Leinauer, Samuel Weber, Alessandro Cicoira, Maximilian Jokel, Jan Beutel, Michael Krautblatter. 

5. Anticipating high alpine permafrost rock slope failures during paraglacial transition by using a rock-ice-mechanical model. Felix Pfluger, Michael Krautblatter, Christian Zangerl, Philipp Mamot.

6. Identification of fluid flow in permafrost bedrock: first evidence from long-term measurements. Maike Offer, Markus Keuschnig, Samuel Weber, Ingo Hartmeyer, Michael Krautblatter.

7. Reconstructing changes in debris flow activity on alluvial fans at Plansee (Tyrol, AT) using amphibious methods. Carolin Kiefer, Michael Krautblatter.