September 3 Monday

Room

Auditorium
Europa

Sicilia

Egadi

Sardegna

Eolie
Stromboli

Eolie
Panarea

08.30 • 09.30

Opening Ceremony

09.30 • 10.30

Plenary Volcano science and decision making: from conceptual models to emergency planning
Moderator: M. Rosi (Università di Pisa, Italy)
Guests: N. Fournier (GNS Science, New Zealand), L. D’Angelo (Department of Civil Protection, Italy), F. Barberi (Università di Roma3, Italy)

10.30 • 11.00

Coffee Break

11.00 • 12.00

S01.36 S01.36 | Hazard assessment of pyroclastic density currents and lahars: current capabilities and new strategies for comprehensive uncertainty quantification

S01.21 S01.21 | State of the Volcanic Hazard Map

S01.18 S01.18 | Phreatomagmatic eruptions: how do you know and how does it matter?

S03.10 S03.10 | Pedagogy of Volcanology

S02.06 S02.06 | Use and effectiveness of volcanic hazard and risk tools in volcanic crisis management

S01.24 S01.24 | Volcanic Islands: from hazard assessment to risk mitigation

12.00 • 13.00

13.00 • 14.30

Lunch

14.30 • 15.30

S01.17 S01.17 | Calderas: unrest, eruptions, risk

S01.13 S01.13 | Geodesy: A critical component of multidisciplinary volcano monitoring and hazards mitigation efforts

S02.03 02.03 | From volcanic hazard to risk assessment: the key role of exposure and vulnerability

S03.05 S03.05 | Hazard assessment of pyroclastic density currents and lahars: current capabilities and new strategies for comprehensive uncertainty quantification

S02.13 S02.13 | Strategies for eruption forecasting and early-warning to support operational hazard evaluation during volcanic crises

S01.29S01.29 | Reconstructing the recent histories of active volcanic system as a key for volcanic hazard assessment: Developing new tools and sharpening old ones

15.30 • 16.30

16.30 • 17.00

Coffee Break

17.00 • 18.00

S01.17 S01.17 | Calderas: unrest, eruptions, risk

S01.05 S01.05 | Geomatics and volcanic areas monitoring: applications and developments for hazard mitigation

S02.03 S02.03 | From volcanic hazard to risk assessment: the key role of exposure and vulnerability

S03.05 S03.05 | Protected Volcanic Landscapes and their Geo-cultural Heritage: Opportunities for education, management, and scientific research

S03.18 S03.18 | Leveraging the Power and Speed of Social Media to Expand Volcano Communication

S03.07 S03.07 | Forensic analysis of volcanic impact as a support for better preparedness and recovery process

18.00 • 19.00

Poster Session

19.15 • 19.45

Key Note The 2018 volcanic crisis at Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii: scientific overview, hazard information management, and lessons learned, Carolyn Parcheta & Christina Neal (United States Geological Survey, Usa)

September 4 Tuesday

Room

Auditorium Europa

Sicilia

Egadi

Sardegna

Eolie
Stromboli

Eolie
Panarea

08.30 • 09.30

S01.16
S01.16 | Magmatic processes, eruptive histories and their timescales: implications for volcano hazard assessment and monitoring

S01.14
S01-14 | Volcano geology and field observations aimed at validation of numerical models

S02.17
S02-17 | Mount Agung Eruption, 2017 – 2018

S01.15
S01-15 | Looking toward the next generation volcanic hazard assessment efforts

S03.13
S03-13 | Geothermal Energy Exploration and Evaluation in Volcanic Environments

S01.03
S01-03 | Multidisciplinary geophysical imaging of volcanoes

09.30 • 10.30

10.30 • 11.00

Coffee Break

11.00 • 12.00

Plenary High-risk quiescent volcanoes: public awareness and risk mitigation
Moderator: P. Dellino (Università di Bari, Italy)
Guests: L. Capra (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico), H. Wright (United States Geological Survey, USA)

12.00 • 13.00

Poster Session (Ischia Room)

13.00 • 14.30

Lunch

14.30 • 15.30

S01.16
S01.16 | Magmatic processes, eruptive histories and their timescales: implications for volcano hazard assessment and monitoring

S01.26
S01-26 | Volcanic ash: from monitoring to impacts

S02.14
S02-14 | Volcanic alert level systems: rules and competencies in managing volcanic risk

S01.23
S01-23 | Volcanic-hydrothermal systems: structure, dynamics, monitoring and hazards

S03.11
S03-11| Holocene records of volcanic activity and its effects on ecosystems and human societies

S01.42
S01-42 | The role of the GEO-GSNL initiative and of Integrated research infrastructures in improving the knowledge of volcano dynamics and hazard (ex S1 19,37)

15.30 • 16.30

16.30 • 17.00

Coffee Break

17.00 • 18.00

S01.16
S01.16 | Magmatic processes, eruptive histories and their timescales: implications for volcano hazard assessment and monitoring

S01.26
S01-26 | Volcanic ash: from monitoring to impacts

S02.11
S02-11 | Assessing the impact of volcanic risk reduction activities: Are we achieving our goals?

S01.01
S01-01 | Analogous studies of volcanoes, their eruptive activity and their preceding unrest

S03.16
S03-16 | Volcanoes in the cities: non institutional communication in volcanic areas

S01.32
S01-32 | Analysis, monitoring and modelling of flank dynamics and mass-wasting: from source to society and back again

18.00 • 19.00

19.00 • 20.00

Parallel Program

September 6 Thursday

Room

Auditorium Europa

Sicilia

Egadi

Sardegna

Eolie
Stromboli

Eolie
Panarea

08.30 • 09.30

S02.02
S02.02 | Volcanic impacts to society: using field, modelling and laboratory approaches to inform disaster risk and resilience assessments and mitigation

S01.34
S01.34 | Volcanoes from the space

S01.08
S01.08 | Multi-method approaches to screen storage, activation, and transport in magmatic systems

S03.14
S03.14 | From old cauldrons to young quaternary calderas: context, processes, and economic potentials for geothermal energy and ore resources

S01.40
S01.40 | Advanced Processing Techniques for Geophysical Signals Recorded at Active Volcanoes

S01.20
S01.20 | Investigating eruption triggers and dynamic processes in magmas

09.30 • 10.30

10.30 • 11.00

Coffee Break

11.00 • 12.00

Plenary Vulnerability and urban planning in densely populated areas exposed to volcanic risk
Moderator: G. Zuccaro (Università di Napoli “Federico”, Italy)
Guests: C. Gregg (East Tennessee State University, USA), M. Osanna (Parco Archeolgico di Pompei, Italy)

12.00 • 13.00

Poster Session (Ischia Room)

13.00 • 14.30

Lunch

14.30 • 15.30

S02.15
S02.15 | Perspectives on volcanic hazard and risk communication: Insights and advice from research and experience

S01.04
S01.04 | Advanced and non-conventional seismic methods for monitoring active volcanoes

S01.30
S01.30 | Environmental and societal impacts of past volcanic eruptions: integrating the geosciences with the historical, anthropological, and archaeological sciences

S03.02
S03.02 | Health hazards of volcanic eruptions: towards improved preparedness and resilience and reduced impact

S01.38
S01.38 | The contribution of experimental and numerical investigations of eruptive processes for improving hazard assessment at volcanoes

S02.08
S02.08 | Coordination of Civil Protection and Scientific community: best practices to support the management of volcanic crises and the long-term risk mitigation plans

15.30 • 16.30

16.30 • 17.00

Coffee Break

17.00 • 18.00

S02.15
S02.15 | Perspectives on volcanic hazard and risk communication: Insights and advice from research and experience

S01.04
S01.04 | Advanced and non-conventional seismic methods for monitoring active volcanoes

S01.30
S01.30 | Environmental and societal impacts of past volcanic eruptions: integrating the geosciences with the historical, anthropological, and archaeological sciences

S03.06
S03.06 | Volcanoes and Human History

S01.22
S01.22 | Mapping volcanoes for hazard assessment, resource-management, and building cultural value of the territory

S02.16
S02.16 | Volcanic ashfall & gas impacts: existing and future resources in support of preparedness, assessment and mitigation

18.00 • 19.00

19.00 • 20.00

Parallel Program

September 7 Friday

Room

Auditorium Europa

Sicilia

Egadi

Sardegna

Eolie
Stromboli

Eolie
Panarea

08.30 • 09.30

S01.33
S01.33 | Volcanic degassing: insights into volcanic processes, impacts and hazard

S01.10
S01.10 | Characterization and analysis of eruptive patterns

S02.07
S02.07 | Volcanic risk assessment and mitigation for Latino-American cities

S01.28
S01.28 | Linking magmatic fragmentation to explosive styles and eruption intensities

S03.09
S03.09 | Gateways to different perceptions and engagement of volcanoes: the role of art/science collaborations

S02.09
S02.09 | Scenario-based hazard and risk assessment: Development and application for volcanic risk management

09.30 • 10.30

10.30 • 11.00

Coffee Break

11.00 • 12.00

S01.33
S01.33 | Volcanic degassing: insights into volcanic processes, impacts and hazard

S01.10
S01.10 | Characterization and analysis of eruptive patterns

S02.04
S02.04 | Volcanic crisis management and evacuations: recent case studies and best practices

S01.11
S01.11 | Understanding volcanic processes through geophysical and volcanological data investigations

S03.19
S03.19 | Mitigating economic and insurance losses from volcanic unrest and eruption

S02.05
S02.05 | Assessing and managing volcanic hazards and risk for critical facilities

12.00 • 13.00

13.00 • 14.30

Lunch

14.30 • 15.30

Poster Session (Ischia Room)

15.30 • 16.30

Plenary Communicating volcano science and risk: the role of scientists, decision makers and media
Moderator: M. Cattaneo (Le Scienze e National Geographyc Italia, Italy)
Guests: C. Driedger (United States Geological Survey, USA), A. Neri (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica Vulcanologia, Italia), O. Ragone (La Repubblica Napoli, Italy)

16.30 • 17.00

Coffee Break

17.00 • 18.30

Closing ceremony

19.00 • 20.00

20.00

Farewell party

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