r.avaflow was supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG), which is the lead agency, and the Austrian Research Fund (FWF) in the period July 2014 - December 2017. Explore the philosophies and rationales of the project and learn more about its logical framework and the desired outcomes.
r.avaflow builds on an interdisciplinary group of leading experts in mathematics, physics, geotechnical engineering, geomorphology and geoinformation sciences. The core team, composed of researchers from German and Austrian universities and reseach centres, is supported by a number of international experts.
r.avaflow contains built-in functions for visualizing the simulation results. These functions enable a rapid evaluation of the outcomes without the need for manual post processing. Explore the results by viewing animated maps and profiles derived for selected case studies.
r.avaflow is evaluated not only with laboratory experiments, but particularly with well-documented real-world events and generic landscapes. The case studies selected for model evaluation cover a broad range of process types - including process chains - collected from a diverse selection of study areas around the globe.
r.avaflow, including all its aspects, is documented in depth through scientific articles published in highly-ranked international journals. The key concepts and findings of the project are presented at intenational conferences. All those publications and presentations are available for download.