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Paulo Hader

I am an environmental engineer passionate about geoscience. In 2021, I obtained an MSc in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the São Paulo State University (Brazil), where I worked with landslide risk assessment using AI. I am currently working outside of academia as a data analyst. My main interests are landslide forecasting, early warning system, climate change, earth observation and machine learning. I strongly believe in the power of scientific communication among different audiences to benefit society in this geologically active world. For this reason, I joined the EGU early career scientists team in 2020 and started to actively contribute in several activities we manage together.

IoT and Natural Hazards: the latest updates

IoT and Natural Hazards: the latest updates

In my blog post last year, I talked about the escalation of extreme events in Brazil, and one of the main questions was whether the scientific community would need new methods and technologies to deal with extreme events aggravated by climate change. This year, during one of the Innovations (WG05) working group meetings of the International Network on Landslide Early Warning Systems (LandAware), I ...[Read More]

The new President-elect of the EGU Natural Hazards Division: a talk with Heidi Kreibich

Riverine flood

In today’s interview, we have the pleasure of talking with Dr Heidi Kreibich, lecturer at the Geography Department at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and head of the working group “Flood risk and climate adaptation” at the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ). From her interest in investigating different types of flooding associated with complex physical and anthropogenic ...[Read More]