2018 March - 2022 February, H2020 MSCA RISE (778360), 'towards geoHazards rEsilient infRastruCtUre under changing cLimatES - HERCULES'.
Acknowledgement: This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) under grant agreement No 778360)
The academic partners involved in the exchange are: University of Warwick (coordinator), Newcastle University, RWTH-Aachen University (Aachen, Germany), University of Natural Resources & Life Sciences (Vienna, Austria), Istituto di Ricerca per la Protezione Idrogeologica di Torino (Turin, Italy), Eurac Research centre (Bolzano, Italy), Ecole Nationale Des Ponts Et Chaussees (France), University of Auckland (New Zealand), Zhejiang University (Hangzhou, China), University of San Simon (Cochabamba, Bolivia), Nazerbayev University (Astana, Kazakstan), The University of Newcastle (Newcastle, Australia). Industrial Support: Sarmap SA (Switzerland), Coffey Geotechnics (UK), ARUP (Itlay), Itasca Consulting Group, Inc (Germany), Dares Technology (Spain).
WP1: Monitoring, characterising and mapping of natural hazards
WP2: Advanced constitutive modelling of geomaterials
WP3: Water driven geohazards: climate impacts on flood and coastal erosion infrastructure
WP4: Gravity driven geohazards: Landslides, debris flows, rock avalanches
WP5: Earthquake driven geohazards
WP6: Community-focused risk management and resilient building
- UK-China workshop (August 2019)
- UK- Australia-Indian Railway workshop (July 2019)
- Mid-term review meeting, 7 June, 2019
- First doctoral training event: 17th - 19th Vienna, Austria
- 1st Summer School: A joint event of the EU funded projects GEORAMP and HERCULES
17th - 18th August 2018
- K.O. Meeting at Brussels on the 19th April 2018.