Landslide hazard assessment and risk reduction requires synergic linkages between all users (operational and scientific) involved with different tasks and responsibilities in landslide risk management.

Products, services and other outcomes of LAMPRE, including geo-processing tools, landslide inventory and susceptibility maps, vulnerability and impact assessments, standards and best practices, can offer real benefits to a wide range of users.

The project talks to four main groups:


benef operational

LAMPRE addresses the needs of Regional and Local Authorities who manage crisis events and emergency or natural/ecological resources and deal with the direct or indirect economic and ecologic consequences of...

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benef scientists

LAMPRE produces scientific knowledge advancements on landslide phenomena relevant for the international scientific community and contributing to strenghten the European Reserach Area...

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benef citizen

The population is interested to be aware about the basics of landslides events (where, when and to what extent the ground may become unstable) and which procedures...

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benef business

Include companies operating in a wide range of sectors, from Geo-spatial to ICT which can be directly or indirectly benefitd by LAMPRE products and services....

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Contact us

Fausto Guzzetti 
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Istituto di Ricerca per la Protezione Idrogeologica

  • Tel. +39 075 501 4402


GA n°: 312384
Project type: Small collaborative project
Start date: 01/03/2013
Duration: 24 months
Total budget: 2,488 mln. €
EC funding: 1,964 mln. €
Total effort in person-month: 284
Other info: Visit CORDIS



The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement nº 312384. LAMPRE is managed by the Research Executive Agency (REA)

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