Each partner has been active throughout the project individually and collectively to disseminate the project's advances. This has been done at a local, laboratory or company level, at an institutional level, and to external areas, locally, nationally and globally.

Apart from the direct output disssemination of 3DTeLC, we have partnered with other organisations to disseminate our work. Examples are given below.

Lemptégy. One example of this is with the Lemptégy Open Air Volcano in France. We have produced a Virtual Reality 3-D model in unity for this educational and tourist site, that has being tested by them at present (e.g. In 2019 this was integrated into a permanent exhibition, and a large-scale solid version of the site will be printed using the 3DTeLC material for all the 100,000 a year plus visitors to see and feel

Dallol. Another example is the integration of photographer Olivier Grunewald (France). 3DTeLC invited him to join the Intellectual Output work of drone flights and work flow development for drone imagery. Subsequently, Grunewald used the training to take images of the Dallol site in Ethiopia, and international target for 3DTeLC. The results showed that the workflows developed at Lemptégy can be transferred to 3rd parties who can then generate the data required for 3DTeLC.

Naga Landside, Philippines. This terrible tragedy involved a large limestone quarry, which collapsed and slid onto residential housing near Naga City on the Island of Cebu, Philippines. Local authorities flew drone footage, which was later sent to 3DTeLC for processing. The resulting model was made available for post-disaster assessment. At the same time we were able to use the drone footage to assess what would be the most favourable immediate overflight response to a new disaster. This is a project in development and a spin off from 3DTeLC.

Chachani / Arequipa Peru. Arequipa is the second city of Peru and Chachani a huge volcanic masif over 6000 m high. Large rainfall events on this massif cause severe disruption to the city that has built up recently in at risk zones on the volcano flanks. 3DTeLC has developed a way of integrating the flow modelling tool VOLCFLOW into unity, and this now can be used with the 3DTeLC virtual reality packages to set off and visualised mass flow events on the virtual Chachani landscape. The groundwork has been done by Emmanuel Delage of OPGC Clermont Auvergne and the application with the Peruvian Institute of Geology, Mining and Metalurgy (INGEMMET). IN 2021 this module will be used to present flooding and mass flow hazards to local actors.

Such partnerships as the above extend the outreach of 3DTeLC not just an full European but a global audience, and at the same time ensue a larger capacity building and broader communication that would otherwise be possible. The EGU-3DTeLC partnership for EGU conference 2019 is another example (see below). This was due to be redone in 2020, but was put on hold due to the COVID emergency.

Main events

January 2018: Geological Society of London Higher Education Network Annual Meeting

April 2018: European Geophysical Union – Poster presentation of 3DTeLC - Virtual Reality displaying and communicating Geoheritage and Georisk: the 3DTeLC ERASMUS+ project, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 20, EGU2018-19438, 2018, EGU General Assembly 2018

December 2018: INGV outreach event in Catania with 3DTeLC Presentation

January 2019: Milano Bicocca – event presenting Virtual Reality for handicapped students and staff.

April 2019: European Geophysical Union – Virtual Reality 'Copernicus booth' supported by the EGU (Grant received for 3DTeLC by Fabio Bonali of Milan Bicocca). This is a major up-and- coming event, that involves a partnership between the EGU and 3DTelC. A stand at the Vienna meeting (9,000 participants) was centrally placed and was served by the media and outreach section of the EGU. Presentations made to the participants included showing the models created, the tools, the workflows and the philosophy of the project.

April 2021: European Geophysical Union – Virtual presentations of 3DTeLC

Due to the COVID crisis all events have gone on-line during 2020-2021 – this does not mean that dissemination has stopped by that the social media and discrimination vents are reduced as all partners deal with the crisis.

In July 2020 – the 4th Summer school was held virtually. This allowed us to open it to global colleagues, and so participants from Latin Americav- Peru, were able to join. The nature of the online event has allowed us to have a volume of valuable presentations to be used for future events, such as the multiplier end event.

In January 26 2021 – Gioachino Roberti, ex participant in 3DTeLC – Summer school Portsmouth and Santorini will present a Webinar 'AI in Geoheritage for Resilience'. Roberti has finished his studies, and is now employed as director of natural Hazards at Minerva Inc. Canada. Showing that 3DTeLC graduates are finding useful employment, and are disseminating the project outputs.

List of conference presentations:

17 January 2018: Geological Society of London Higher Education Network Annual Meeting

13 April 2018: European Geosciences Union, Presentation in Geoheritage - Virtual Reality displaying and communicating Geoheritage and Georisk: the 3DTeLC ERASMUS+ project, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 20, EGU2018-19438, 2018, EGU General Assembly 2018

April 8-12 2019: Virtual reality for geohazard and geological studies. Virtual reality station by the EGU Booth (in Hall X2, Brown Level/Basement), EGU General Assembly 2019

12 April 2019: Improving natural risk management by means of virtual surveys through hazardous volcanic contexts by using Augmented and Virtual Reality. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 21, EGU2019-4066

17 May 2019: 3DTeLC : Réalité Virtuelle pour les risques naturels 3DTeLC : Virtual Reality in natural hazards. Presentation at Journée VISU 2019 Conference at Télécom ParisTech, Paris

List of outreach presentations:

Settimana del Pianeta Terra" (Week of Planet Earth), INGV Sezione di Catania on October 20, 2018

List of media reports:

The report of Université Clermont Auvergne about the project - 24.07.2018

Santonews about the Santorini Summer School - 12/10/2018

Santorini Press report about the Santorini Summer School - 12/10/2018

RAI Radio 3 Scienza report about "Settimana del Pianeta Terra" - 27/10/2018