In the first and second week of September, Lotte de Vugt took part in both the IMC conference and the related Student4Students Summerschool.
At the IMC she presented her work on the spatial transferability analysis of the model TRIGRS, where the calibration of TRIGRS for the Passeier valley was compared to calibration of TRIGRS from an existing study located in Vorarlberg, Austria. The abstract of the talk can be found here: https://www.imc2022.info/sessions/id12-climate-change-impacts-on-alpine-mass-movements#1652042458449-lew7qqag-2u34
The IMC S4SS Summer school 2022 is a summer school that is organized leading up to the IMC conference and is unique due to the fact that it is organized by PhD students. Lotte de Vugt was also part of the organizing team and together with several colleagues organized several sessions on the topic of landslides. More information can be found here: https://www.imc2022.info/summerschool/portfolio/focus-group-natural-hazards/