Territorial vulnerability and resilience to tsunami in the Mediterranean area

Student in “architecture and major risks” of the National School of Architecture (Paris-Belleville), Fanny Romeo arrived in March 2019 to CRC to study the territorial vulnerability and resilience in the French Riviera, especially buildings and infrastructure, to tsunami hazard.

Its work is part of the RITMICA project (Multiple Integrated Earth Risks, on the Côte d’Azur) which is supported by the Jedi Idex of the Côte d’Azur University for which MINES ParisTech is a partner. The aim of his internship is to define a methodology for characterizing and mapping territorial vulnerability and resilience using spatialized indices. Fanny’s work is also co-supervised by Damienne Provitolo, head of the Risks team at UMR Géoazur.

Responsible: Emmanuel Garbolino, CRC