Geological and climate related risk (CERG-C)
Diplôme / certificat de l’institution de formation
Université de Genève (UNIGE) > Centre de formation continue et à distance
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Description de la formation
The is made of two parts: an intensive 9 weeks of lectures, laboratory excercises, field work and an individual research project.
The practical aspect of the training is organized over two weeks dedicated to interdisciplinary field work in regions with a potential risk such as the island of Vulcano in the southern part of Italy (volcanic eruption), flooding and landslide aspects are studied in Switzerland. For this part in the field, applicants must be in a good physical health as they will climb on the top of a volcano (from sea level to about 400 m a.s.l), be exposed to gas emissions (e.g. SO2) and walk in the altitude of the Swiss Alps.
- Risk management
- Volcanic risk
- Seismic risk
- Terrain instabilities
- Flood and climate related risk
A multidisciplinary approach to the assessment and management of risk from natural hazards, merging ideas from disciplines such as the physical and social sciences, engineering, and economics is taken.
- To educate participants on how to incorporate risk science into everyday reality in an attempt to reduce losses to an acceptable level.
- To train participants on how to communicate effectively with government agencies, media, public and private sectors before, during and after natural hazard events.
Conditions d’admissionMaster degree or a diploma of 5 years in various fields of Earth Sciences (i.e. Geology, Geography and Geotechnics), Civil Engineering, Land planning or other fields with relevant professional experience.
Lien sur l'admission
- Diplôme / certificat de l’institution de formation
Specialization certificate for the Assesment and management geological and climate related risk.
Lieu / adresse
- Genève (GE)
Début des cours
April, each year
Durée de la formation
- À plein temps
The CERG-C is associated with the Institute for Environmental Sciences (ISE), the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), the University of Lausanne, the Swiss Seismological Service (SED), UNITAR Operational Satellite Applications Programme (UNOSAT), avec le soutien de la Fondatin Hans Wilsdorf.
Renseignements / contact
Section des Sciences de la terre et de l'Environnement
Université de Genève
Rue des Maraîchers 13
Bureau 105, 1er étage
Tél. +41 22 379 66 02
Fax: +41 22 379 36 01