Two conferences to present the project's results

The project partners in the upcoming days, will present their research results at two major events : the "International Mountain Conference," which will be held on September 11-15, and Disaster Research Days 2022, which will instead take place on October 13-14. Both the events will be held at the University of Innsbruck (Austria) and will be an important opportunity for experts and authorities, to discuss the various issues related to preventing disasters and building systems that are resistant and resilient to new challenges related to climate change in the mountain regions.

Below are links to the schedules for the two events

Disaster Research Days

International Mountain Conference

International Workshop - Facing Transboundary Extreme Events In Alpine Regions Under Climate Change: Challenges And Perspectives

The International Workshop “FACING TRANSBOUNDARY EXTREME EVENTS IN ALPINE REGIONS UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE: CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES”  will be held Wednesday July 6th, 2022 from 9 to 12:30 at EURAC Research, viale Druso 1, 39100 Bolzano/Bozen and also ONLINE.
The event will provide a brief overview of the activities and preliminary results of the TRANS-ALP project, with the aim to foster an interdisciplinary discussion on current and perspective risks related to extreme hydrometeorological events.

The workshop is aimed at Civil Protection authorities, Decision Makers, Risk practitioners from alpine region and other areas, as well as at partners and observers of projects working on similar topics.

The participation is free of charge but we kindly ask the participants to register for organizational purpose until Friday, July 1st, 2022.
Free registration here:

Here below the link for remote connection, we will use Zoom platform:


CoupEvent project workshop: Hillslope-channel coupling during extreme events

The final workshop of the project CoupEvent: Hillslope-channel coupling during extreme events will take place online on February 14th, 2022. The project has focused on interconnections among mass wasting processes and channel dynamic during extreme events in South Tyrol, a paradigmatic mountain region.

Massimiliano Pittore, the TRAN-ALP Project Manager, will present to the audience the TRANS-ALP project goals, outputs, activities and the project interdisciplinary approach.


More information about the event at this link:

The first info-graphic of the project has been published

The first info-graphic of the TRANS-ALP project has been published. The information is related to the Deliverable 2.2 Hazard Dataset Historical Events
The Deliverable 2.2 discusses the topic of identifying storm events, which affected the border region between Austria and Italy. In particular, the focus lies on the Austrian states Carinthia and East Ty-rol as well as the Italian regions Trentino – Alto Adige and Veneto. Despite their geographical vicin-ity, all three regions exhibit different meteorological and climatological characteristics, playing an important role in terms of event identification and further analyses.