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NCR Days 2020 now open for abstracts and registration

Posted on: 6 December 2019

Submit your abstract before January 10, 2020 to join the NCR Days 2020 “Managing changing rivers”. Keynote speakers include prof. Frans Klijn, Milou Wolters and prof. Chris Spray. For more information, see the NCR Days 2020 website.

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Save the Date: NCR DAYS 2020

Posted on: 1 October 2019

The next edition of the annual meeting of the Netherlands Centre for River Studies (the NCR Days) will be organized by Rijkswaterstaat and will take place on February 13 and 14, 2020. The program will based upon the main river functions that Rijkswaterstaat works on – water safety, clean and healthy water, fast and safe […]

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Multi-scale fluvial remote sensing, from large scale planning to restoration monitoring

Posted on: 23 April 2019

Lunchtime seminar by Herve Piegay. Fluvial remote sensing is becoming a very critical issue to better understand river processes and changes, target management actions at regional scale, diagnose river status and promote adaptive strategies through intensive channel monitoring. A few examples from South-east France are introduced and discussed. More information and registration following this link.

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Vacancy assistant professor numerical models for river hydraulics

Posted on: 4 April 2019

Please be advised of the following vacancy at University of Twente (full link). The application deadline is May 26th. As the current state-of-the-art hydraulic river models are becoming increasingly complex we ask for a numerical modeler who knows the engineering river models and is a specialist in numerical schemes and CFD models. You can align […]

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KPP Rivierkundig onderzoek: Nieuwsbrief Maart 2019

Posted on: 4 April 2019

This post is only available in Dutch   Het doorlopende toegepast-onderzoeksprogramma KPP Rivierkundig Onderzoek (KPP River research) heeft een nieuwe nieuwsbrief uitgebracht waarin het onderzoek voor 2018 is samengevat. Dit geeft een overzicht van de meest aansprekende resultaten. Onderdelen als een case studie morfologisch modelleren bij de langsdammen in de Waal of bodembescherming met hout […]

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