Keynote lectures

Water Resilience and Earth System Stability, J. Rockstroem

Coping with uncertainty in a complex world: Implication for governance and communication, O. Renn

Current status and future challenges of flood risk management in Europe, P. Salamon

Theme 1: Interplay between atmospheric and catchment processes and its relation with flood occurrence


Ingredients of Runoff Events: Regional Differences between Small and Large Floods, L. Tarasova et al.

From detection to attribution of flood changes in Europe in the last five decades: a regional data-based approach, Bertola et al.

Climate changes leading to flood hazard alterations across a flood-prone area, Sarchani et al.


Role of flood wave superposition for the severity of large floods, B. Guse et al.
Long-term changes in Rhine river discharge: impact of changing snow covers, reservoir constructions and an intensified hydrological cycle, E. Rottler et al.

Theme 2: Flood risk analysis of river basins taking into account interdependencies between subareas and the effect of flood defense failures


Hydraulic load interdependencies: a case study on a regional flood defence system in the Netherlands, S. Rikkert et al.

Large-scale stochastic flood hazard analysis on the Po River, A. Curran et al.
Flood Model Frequency Validation Using Satellite Imagery and Discharge Data, N. Argiumbau et al.


Toward improving the hydraulic modelling for large-scale flood risk assessment, M. Farrag et al.

What is the role of spatial dependency in regional flood risk estimation?, A.D. Metin et al.

A flood inundation hindcast for Europe based on 26-year simulated streamflow, J. Sosa et al.

Applications of levee breaching feature of LISTFLOOD-FP model, J. Shustikowa

Theme 3: Comprehensive flood loss assessments including indirect damages and damages related to critical infrastructures


An insurance industry compliant approach to assessing present and future fluvial flood risk in the entire Danube basin, M. Wortmann et al.
Integrating direct and indirect economic flood impacts, T. Sieg et al.
Extended Cost-Benefit Analysis through Ecosystem Services to evaluate Floodplain Restoration Measures in the Danube River Basin, F. Perosa et al.


Comparing cultural and hydrological influence on the long-term average flood loss for different human-flood systems around the world, M. Barendrecht et al.
Changing Flood Risk and Perceptions with Shifting Fluvial Flood Risk Management in the UK and the Netherlands, L. Capewell et al.

Theme 4: Interactions of socio-economic and physical processes, and its relation with changes in flood risk


Hierarchical Bayesian approach for parameterizing flood damage model (depth-damage curves) for Europe, N. Sairam et al.

The affordability of flood risk property-level adaptation measures, P. Hudson

Community initiative: collection of paired event case studies of riverine, pluvial and coastal floods, H. Kreibich

A multi-level, multi-scenario perspective on the interplay between urban planning and flood risk management, B. Dewals et al.

Flood risk under climate and land use changes – a coupled modelling framework in an alpine study area, B. Winter et al.

Using panel data to understand differences in individual recovery from flood impacts, P. Bubeck et al.


Theme 5: Robust decision making, flood risk governance


The Post Event Review Capability (PERC) medley: Key lessons learnt from 6 years of forensic disaster research, M. Szönyi et al.

A Framework to Assess integration in Flood Risk Management Policy and Practice, L. Cumiskey et al.

Screening flood risk reduction strategies for water proofing Beira, E. van Berchum et al.


Long-term versus forecast-based measures? How does forecast skill affect this dilemma in Chikwawa, Malawi, K. Bischiniotis