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Silvia De Angeli

Silvia De Angeli is a Fixed-term Assistant Professor at the University of Genoa in Italy, investigating water-related and multi-hazard risks for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. She has obtained a Ph.D. in Understanding and Managing Extremes at IUSS Pavia (Italy) and spent an exchange period as a Postgraduate Researcher at King's College London - Geography Department, working on multi-hazard risk. Her research interests encompass natural hazards exposure and vulnerability assessment, water-related risk assessment, climate change adaptation strategies, and multi-hazard risk assessment.

“This is a man’s world” – Challenges in being women in science

“This is a man’s world” – Challenges in being women in science

Gender equality is a fundamental human right and a basis for building a peaceful and sustainable future for our society. It has been identified by the United Nations as one of the seventeen urgent goals – the so-called Sustainable Development Goals – to be achieved by all countries to ensure sustainability on a global scale [1].  #genderequality is a hashtag used (and overused) to tag millio ...[Read More]

We want you: New Science Officers seeking.

Interested in getting involved in shaping the EGU NH Division? Interested in having an active role during the organisation of the annual General Assembly?  Are you working in a field of research related to Natural Hazards? Then keep reading! Our Division is seeking new volunteer Science Officers to fill in the role for the following subdivisions: NH2: Volcanic Hazards NH3: Landslide Hazards NH5: S ...[Read More]

Geoscience communication series: navigating the light and dark sides of social media

Geoscience communication series: navigating the light and dark sides of social media

We are thrilled to present the last episode of the EGU WEBINARS: Digitalk: online (geo)science communication series. In this episode, we will explore the light and the dark sides of using social media for science communication by a special guest, Roberto Guardo.  Roberto wished to engage in science communication just after completing his PhD. “I have never liked writing scientific papers,” he said ...[Read More]

Geoscience communication series: the perfect vlogging recipe

Geoscience communication series: the perfect vlogging recipe

Last year, we left you with an inspiring post about scientific blogging, where Giulia Roder, one of the authors of the EGU-NH blog, shared her ‘blogging survival kit’. Today we continue the series of EGU WEBINARS: Digitalk: online (geo)science communication exploring ‘the best vlogging recipe’ with Iris van Zelst, a researcher at the German Aerospace Center with a great passion for geoscience comm ...[Read More]