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26th February 2015, Brussels. After 24 months, the LAMPRE project is going to its conclusion. The final project review meeting with the Project Officer, Florence Beroud, the Project Coordinator and all partners will take place at the Research Executive Agency of the European Commission.
25th of February 2015, Brussels. The International Final Dissemination Conference of LAMPRE "Improved Landslide Mapping and Modelling for Preparedness and Mitigation and for Post-Event Recovery and Reconstruction" will be organised at the Geological Survey of Belgium (GSB), in the Grand Auditorium room, at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences.
19-22 January 2015, San José. A dissemination and Training workshop on Earth Observation based technologies and their application in the management of natural hazards will engage at Universidad de Costa Rica a wide range of potential users of LAMPRE products, including authorities, institutions and commissions, responsible for the natural risks in the Central and South American region, as well as researchers and geologists who are experts in the data management in the context of natural disasters.
4 December 2014, Bruxelles - Representatives of FP7-Space projects (PREFER, PHAROS, LAMPRE, FLOODIS, SENSUM, IncREO, RASOR, APhoRISM, FAST) related to the Copernicus Emergency Management Service together with representatives of the European Commission services potentially interested in these services met in Brussels at the Research Executive Agency (REA). The purpose of the Emergency Projects workshop was to identify and/or develop cooperation opportunities between players of the FP7 projects, in view to support the sustainability of the services.
The 'Into Space’ brochure has just been published and is now available on the EU bookshop website. It includes the projects co-financed by the European Commission and managed by the Research Executive Agency (REA) under the 6th call for proposals of the 7th Framework Programme for Space Research in the domains of Copernicus – related Applications and Data, Space Technologies, Space Science and Data Exploitation, Space Weather and Space Situational Awareness.
30 October 2014, Genoa. Fausto Guzzetti (CNR-IRPI) talked about "European satellite data and technology to help detect, map and monitor landslides", presenting the results of the two FP7-Space projects LAMPRE and DORIS at the European Space Expo.
6-7-8 October 2014, Genova, Italy - The second Exploitation workshop of LAMPRE engaged in Genoa, project partners and members of the Stakeholder and User Group to discuss the progress of the project from the perspective of strategic exploitation and sustainabilty of the project outcomes.
15-19 September 2014, Torino, Italy – Lampre latest advancements were presented by different project partners at the IAEG XII Engineering Geology International Congress.
15-16 September 2014, Roma - LAMPRE results and exploitation tasks presented at the 3rd International Space Research Conference in Rome.
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Istituto di Ricerca per la Protezione Idrogeologica
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)