RCEM2017 - 10th Symposium on River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics

Main deadlines
- February 6, Abstract submission
- April 15, communication abstract acceptance
- June 1, early-bird registration 

 

Call for abstracts is now closed, abstract acceptance will be communicated by April, 15

PROGRAM

The 10th Symposium on River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics – RCEM 2017 – is organized as a joint effort between the University of Padova and the University of Trento, Italy, in September 2017.
The complete program of RCEM 2017 is as follows:

a. September 15 and 16 (Friday-Saturday): Pre-conference short courses in Trento

Two pre-conference short courses (2 full days each) are planned in Trento before the conference days. The topics of the courses are the following:
Course 1: Process-based mathematical modelling of bio-morphodynamics
Course 2: Novel technologies for morphological monitoring of rivers.
The courses will be activated with a minimum of 15 participants for each course.
A bus transfer from Trento to Padova will be organized on Sunday, September 17 which will include a field trip in the Dolomites area.

b. September 18 to 21 (Monday – Thursday): RCEM conference in Padova

17 Sept Sunday (San Gaetano)17.30 Registration

 

18 Sept Monday (San Gaetano) 8.30 Registration

9.00 Opening: introductory Remarks 

13.00 Lunch

9.15 Keynote

14.30 2 parallel sessions (Auditorium)
10.00 Break 

17.30 Keynote

10.30 2 parallel sessions (Auditorium)

19.00 Ice break party

 

19 Sept Tuesday (San Gaetano + Palazzo Bo)

9.00 Keynote

14.30 Poster session

10.00 Break

17.00 move to Palazzo Bo
10.30 2 parallel sessions (Auditorium)

17.30 Keynote + presentation of Palazzo Bo

13.00 Lunch

Scientific Board meeting dinner

 

20 Sept Wednesday

 

9.00 Keynote

14.30 Poster session

10.00 Break

17.00 Keynote
10.30 2 parallel sessions (Auditorium)

20.00 Banquet + Orto botanico guided visit

13.00 Lunch

 

 

21 Sept Thursday Morning field trip Venice Lagoon including introductory speech (boat) Afternoon Keynote (during the boat trip) + visit to Venice

c. September 22 (Friday) Post-conference field trip on the braided Tagliamento River

one of the few remaining dynamic braided rivers in Europe still found under near-natural conditions

A Post-conference field trip take place on the braided Tagliamento River, one of the few remaining dynamic braided rivers in Europe still found under near-natural conditions.

The detailed program is available in the Download box

Keynote Speakers
  • Andrew Ashton, Woods Hole Oceonographic Institution
  • Tjeerd J. Bouma, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Groningen Institute for Evolutionary Life Sciences, University of Groningen.
  • James Brasington, Geography Department, Queen Mary University of London.
  • Maurizio Brocchini, Department of Civil and Building Engineering and Architecture, Polytechnic University of Marche.
  • Paola Passalacqua, Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, University of Texas at Austin.
  • Giovanni Seminara, Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, Università degli Studi di Genova.
  • Hiroshi Takebayashi, Sediment Control Engineering, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Research Center for Fluvial and Coastal Disasters, Kyoto University.
  • Patricia L. Wiberg, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia.

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University of Trento - Dicam

Università di Padova - ICEA

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