The Urban Flood Resilience research project is funded by the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council ( EPSRC) and led by Colin Thorne and Emily O'Donnell at the University of Nottingham.
The project is multi-disciplinary, utilising the skills of academics specialising in flood inundation modelling, computational fluid dynamics, sediment and debris processes, urban drainage infrastructure, flood risk management, stakeholder engagement, urban metabolism, GIS, urban water management, transport resilience, applied infrastructure and planning.
The research project will focus on three key themes:
To find out more about our research project, see the:
Download the Urban Flood Resilience Inception Report
Updated 6th March 2017
(PDF 10 MB)
Download the Mid-Project Progress Report (PDF 4.7 MB). Published June 2018
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