12th International Conference on Hydroscience & Engineering
Mini Symposiums

Advancements in River Restoration Modeling

address fluvial and coastal disasters and focuses on the applications of modeling tools which help mitigate the impacts of these disasters.

 

 

Adaptation Strategy of Water-related Disasters to Climate Change

focuses on structural measures and non-structural measures.

 

 

Preparing for Extreme and Rare Events in Coastal Regions

on the development of coastal flooding risk reduction techniques or solutions for coastal communities focusing on present and projected extreme hydro-meteorological events.

 

 


TTFRI_Mini symposium

November 10, 2016 (Thursday)

Room B102, TTFRI_Mini symposium-1

Chaired byM. S. Altinaka, J.-S. Lai and T.H.Yang

Time

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Presenting Author

Paper Title

9:00-9:20

TTFRI_Mini symposium

M. Altinakar

Y. Ozeren

Development and application of a boat-generated wave-erosion model for BSTEM

9:20-9:40

TTFRI_Mini symposium

E. Langendoen

Improved assessment of subgrid-scale stream bank erosion for two-dimensional, depth-averaged river restoration modeling

9:40-10:00

TTFRI_Mini symposium

K. E. Abderrezzak

Physical modelling investigation of induced bank erosion as a sediment transport restoration strategy - The case of the Old Rhine (France)

10:00-10:20

TTFRI_Mini symposium

Y. Lai

Modeling of complex flows through engineered log jam with a semi-automatic method

10:20-10:40

TTFRI_Mini symposium

G. Fu

Flood risk and resilience assessment for London

 

 

 

TTFRI_Mini symposium

November 10, 2016 (Thursday)

Room B102, TTFRI_Mini symposium-2

Chaired byM. S. Altinaka, J.-S,Lai and T.H.Yang

Time

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Presenting Author

Paper Title

11:10-11:30

TTFRI_Mini symposium

S. Kantoush

Numerical study on reservoir sediment management by adding excavated sediment downstream of dams in Japan

11:30-11:50

TTFRI_Mini symposium

J. D. Abad

Dynamic characterization of planform dynamics of meandering channels

 

 

 

PEARL_Mini symposium

November 10, 2016 (Thursday)

Room B103, PEARL_Mini symposium-1

Chaired byD.-J. Doong

Time

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Presenting Author

Paper Title

9:00-9:20

PEARL_Mini symposium

Z. Vojinovic

Introduction on the EU-FP7 PEARL project

9:20-9:40

PEARL_Mini symposium

P. Froehle

Preparing Estuarial Cities for Extreme and Rare Events – the Hamburg Case

9:40-10:00

PEARL_Mini symposium

C. Makropoulos

Planning for Resilience in Coastal Cities: the PEARL online decision support and stakeholder engagement platform and knowledge base

10:00-10:20

PEARL_Mini symposium

Y.-C. Chan

 

10:20-10:40

PEARL_Mini symposium

D.-J. Doong

On Joint Effects of Wave and Storm Surge to the Coastal Areas in Taiwan

 

 

 

PEARL_Mini symposium

November 10, 2016 (Thursday)

Room B103, PEARL_Mini symposium-2

Chaired byD.-J. Doong

Time

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Presenting Author

Paper Title

11:10-11:30

PEARL_Mini symposium

Z. Vojinovic

Incorporating ecosystem services into the holistic framework for selection and design of multifunctional green infrastructure for flood resilience

 

 

 

DPRC_Mini symposium

November 10, 2016 (Thursday)

Room B104, DPRC_mini symposium

Chaired byC.-L. Shieh and K.-J. Tsai

Time

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Presenting Author

Paper Title

9:00-9:20

DPRC_mini symposium-1

D. Tsutsumi

Analysis on widely distributed shallow landslides with stream-tube topographical model

9:20-9:40

DPRC_mini symposium-1

T. Egusa

Survey of stream water chemistry in a region at risk of deep-seated landslides in Taiwan

9:40-10:00

DPRC_mini symposium-1

H. Zumiayama

A method to evaluate the risk of deep-seated catastrophic landslides in Japan (Provisional)

10:00-10:20

DPRC_mini symposium-1

M.-L. Shieh

Sedimentation monitoring at the Tseng-Wen Reservoir after Catastrophic typhoon

10:20-10:40

DPRC_mini symposium-1

C.-W. Huang

Early-warning for urban flooding and non-structural adaptation measures of Tainan City