PhD candidate in EARTHSYSTEMS Doctoral Program
PhD project: Tsunamis from source to coast. Supervisores: Maria Ana Baptista (IDL), Utku Kânoǧlu (METU)
E-mail: martinwronna@gmail.com


Education


07.2013 – 10.2015            M. Sc. Geophysics at the University of Lisbon, Faculty of Sciences

09.2009 – 02.2013            B. Sc. Geography at the Paris Lodron University Salzburg


Main Publications


Wronna, M., Baptista, M. A., and Miranda, J. M.: Reanalysis of the 1761 transatlantic tsunami, Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss., https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-2018-30, in review, 2018.

Wronna, M., Baptista, M. A., & Götz, J. (2017). On the construction and use of a Paleo-DEM to reproduce tsunami inundation in a historical urban environment–the case of the 1755 Lisbon tsunami in Cascais. Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk, 1-22.

Wronna, M., Omira, R., & Baptista, M. A. (2015). Deterministic approach for multiple-source tsunami hazard assessment for Sines, Portugal. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 15(11), 2557-2568.


Conference Communications


Wronna M. on behalf of Baptista M. A.: Assessment, strategy and risk reduction for tsunamis in Europe, ASTARTE EU Project. ASTARTE is a collaborative project within the FP7-ENV2013 6.4-3. Project number: 603839. December 7, 2017, Bodrum, Turkey.

Baptista, M. A., Wronna, M., & Miranda, J. M. (2016, April). Revisiting the 1761 Transatlantic Tsunami. In EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts (Vol. 18, p. 10232).

Poster Communications

Wronna, M., Kanoglu, U., Baptista, M. A. & Miranda J. M. (2017, December). Comparison of maximum runup through analytical and numerical approaches for different fault parameters estimates. In AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Wronna, M., Kanoglu, U., Baptista, M. A. & Miranda J. M. (2017, August). Inundation and runup caused by two transatlantic tsunamis in the 18th century in Cadiz. International Tsunami Symposion, Bali-Flores, 21-25 August 2017, ID – 024.

Wronna, M., Kanoglu, U., Baptista, M. A. (2017). 2D+1D Runup Estimations compared with field data of the three recent Chilean Events; the 2010 Maule, the 2014 Iquique and the 2015 Illapel Tsunamis. In EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts (Vol. 19, p. 8299).

Wronna, M., Baptista, M. A., & Kanoglu, U. (2016). Validation of the 2D+1D Runup Estimation with Field Data of the 2010 Maule Tsunami. (AGU 2016 Fall Meeting.)

Wronna, M., Baptista, M. A., & Götz, J. (2016, April). On the use of Paleo DEMS for Simulation of historical Tsunami Events. In EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts (Vol. 18, p. 8705).

Trindade A., Omira R., Wronna M., Catita C., Baptista M.A. (2015). Análise da vulnerabilidade ao impacto de tsunami do edificado da zona portuária deSines – resultados preliminares. APMG 2015, 9º Simpósio de Meteorologia e Geofísica da APMG, 16º Encontro Luso-Espanhol de Meteorologia, 16 a 18 de Março de 2015, Tavira, Portugal.

Wronna, M., Omira R., Baptista M. A. (2015).  Scenario Based Approach for Multiple Source Tsunami Hazard Assessment for Sines, Portugal. In EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts (Vol. 17, p. 5710).

Ribeiro, M.J., Wronna, M., Baptista, M.A., Teves-Costa, P. (2014). Riscos costeiros em Cascais, 6ª Assembleia Luso-Espanhola de Geodesia e Geofísica, Évora 29-31 Janeiro 2014. http://www.ceru-europa.pt/pt/downloads/RiscosCascais.pdf

Invited Talks

Wronna M., Tsunami Sciences & What happened in Cascais 1755. St. Julians School, Carcavelos, Portugal. June, 2016.


Prices


2016 Outstanding Student Poster and PICO (OSPP) Awards, Category Natural Hazards – On the use of Paleo DEMS for Simulation of historical Tsunami Events (Wronna, M.; Baptista, M. A.; Götz, J.) (September 2016)

1st price of the contest of Innovation of Public Transport of Transportes de Lisboa, in the framework of CIVITAS Project “Move-te connosco/Let us move you” (June 2015)


Project Collaborations


ASTARTE – Assessment, Strategy And Risk Reduction for Tsunamis in Europe. A collaborative project within the FP7-ENV2013 6.4-3 Grant number 603839.

TROYO – Training of Youth for preparedness against marine induced Hazards. An Erasmus + Project