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RiverFlow 2020 is coming to Delft

Posted on: 17 September 2018

The next – 10th! – edition of the RiverFlow conference is coming to The Netherlands in 2020. Delft University of Technology is spearheading the organisation of this key biennial conference, in close cooperation with NCR partners. Download the first announcement flyer here. The conference website is currently under construction: http://www.riverflow2020.nl

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Introducing KPP River research

Posted on: 16 July 2018

Within KPP project river research (“Kennis Primaire Processen project rivierkundig onderzoek”) questions from the Dutch river authority Rijkswaterstaat are answered by applied research. The applied studies are focussed on practical solutions for the questions of the river manager, aiming to apply the solutions within 3 years. This project has now been added to the list […]

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PhD position in Sediment Transport

Posted on: 24 May 2018

The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology offers an outstanding opportunity for joining its newly created doctoral training unit (DTU) in hydrological sciences: ‘HYDRO-CSI: Towards a holistic understanding of river systems: Innovative methodologies for unraveling hydrological, chemical and biological interactions across multiple scales’. The offered fully paid PhD position is embedded in cluster (1) of […]

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PhD Vacancies @ UTwente

Posted on: 24 May 2018

Interested in studies concerning the downstream part of the river continuum? The University of Twente is looking for two PhD candidates for the following projects: 1. PhD-position Understanding swash zone sand dynamics using flume experiments The prospective candidate will work in the project “Shaping the beach: cross-shore sand transport in the swash zone”. This project […]

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Vacancy: Understanding swash zone sand dynamics using detailed numerical models (PhD position)

Posted on: 16 April 2018

The highly dynamic swash zone sand transport processes are not fully understood and no generally-valid numerical swash zone sand transport models are available. The Shaping The Beach projects aims to develop a new parameterisation for sand transport in the swash zone, through a combination of detailed wave flume experiments and advanced numerical modeling. In this […]

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