AGU 2022 (Chicago): Delivered an oral and a poster presentation

I delivered a poster presentation entitled “Hydrological Ensemble Approach for Flash Flood Early Warning System Development” (single author) and an oral talk entitled “Hydrometeorological Real-Time Forecasting Framework for Flash Flood Early Warning System Development” (Authors: Joško Trošelj, Sridhara Nayak, Lena Hobohm and Tetsuya Takemi) on the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2022. It was first time for me to visit mainland US and I found that a lot of people from Balkan countries are living in Chicago. I had a great priviledge and honor to meet in person and have live discussions with some of my role-model researchers, whose unique ideas and approaches are the most admired in my books.

JSHWR 2022 (Kyoto): Delivered an oral talk

I delivered an oral talk followed with the conference proceedings publication in the Japan Society of Hydrology and Water Resources (JSHWR)/ Japan Society of Hydrological Sciences 2022 Research Presentation, with title: “Long-term historical climate trends and natural variability of ISIMIP2b and observed precipitation in Japan since 1891” (Authors: Joško Trošelj and Naota Hanasaki). It was a nice experience to participate in the conference in my alma mater Kyoto University and meet many past coworkers and friends.

Publication: Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies

We have published an Original Research Article in the Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies (Impact Factor 3.645), with topic entitled “Modelling typhoon-induced extreme river discharges: A case study of Typhoon Hagibis in Japan”. Our proposed methodology and findings are helpful for development of tools for Early Warning System real-time forecasts of extreme rainfall-induced flash flood water levels and discharges. The Article is Open Access.

Authors: Joško Trošelj and Han Soo Lee.

Publication: Frontiers in Marine Science

We have published an Original Research Article in the Frontiers in Marine Science (Impact Factor 3.661), with topic entitled “Dynamical Downscaling of Coastal Dynamics for Two Extreme Storm Surge Events in Japan”. Our modeling approach is helpful in understanding and assessing shoreline changes and damages on the associated coastal aquaculture and applicable for climate change impact assessment, in which context it can ultimately serve as a guideline for developing adaptation policies. The Article is Open Access.

Authors: Joško Trošelj, Junichi Ninomiya, Satoshi Takewaka and Nobuhito Mori.

AOGS 2019 (Singapore): Delivered a talk

I delivered a talk in the Asia Oceania Geoscience Society (AOGS) conference from 28 July to 2 August 2019 in Singapore. I had many interesting discussions including with my ex coworkers from Kyoto University and several new colleagues from Hiroshima University. I gained a great new experience in the conference.

Chess Lab members, IDEC, Hiroshima University



Mori Lab members, DPRI, Kyoto University



My presentation