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Webinar: Why Probabilistic Risk Assessment matters
A sharing session with our flood risk modelling experts & lessons from the field

Active flood risk management is to be based on the quantitative evaluation of flooding consequences on the population and economy. However, adding these new dimensions of analysis disrupts traditional flood modelling and calls for new approaches.

Join us for a free 45-minute webinar as we share key concepts, discuss the limitations in existing practice and illustrate novel approaches that help better capture flood risks.The webinar will also include a live Q&A session.

• How to integrate risk information in decision-making
• Modelling risks: Deterministic vs probabilistic simulation
• Case study: Accounting for dike failure in Nepal
• Case study: Regional flood risk accumulation in India

This webinar will take place on 15 September 2020
08:00-08:45 UTC and 23:00-23:45 UTC

Register now! There are only seats available for the first 100 attendees.
We look forward to your participation!

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Dr. Julien Oliver
Flood Risk Specialist @DHI A/S
Julien has more than 18 years of experience in IT system development, hydrological and hydraulic modelling, extreme value analysis, uncertainty and risk analysis, climate change impact assessment, and stochastic modelling. He holds a PhD in Flood Risk Analytics from the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.
Michael Meadows
Disaster Risk Analyst @DHI A/S
Michael is a disaster risk and resilience expert (specialising in flood hazards) with 10+ years of experience on the coordination of integrated multi-hazard risk assessments across the full modelling chain, liaising directly with development banks and government agencies, and developing innovative approaches to address data scarcity issues in risk modelling.