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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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Vacancy: Lecturer in Hydraulic Engineering (1 fte)

Posted on: 16 April 2018

The Water Science and Engineering Department of IHE-Delft intends to further strengthen the expertise in the field of Hydraulic Engineering by recruiting a Lecturer/researcher in Hydraulic Engineering. The new staff member will join the River Basin Development chair group that is focused onthe balance of key elements of a river basin such as water and […]

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NCR Days 2018 Book of abstracts now online

Posted on: 27 February 2018

The Book of Abstracts of the anniversary edition of the NCR Days. Celebrating 20-years of collaboration in the Netherlands Centre for River studies (NCR), we will look back and especially forward, with a broad scope of keynote lectures, workshops, presentations, interactive posters and movies around the theme ”the Future River”. The best poster award was […]

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Vacancy PhD or Postdoctoral position: Mitigation of River Bed Degradation

Posted on: 26 February 2018

Job description The upstream Dutch Rhine is experiencing bed degradation at a rate of 2 cm per year, which is problematic to navigation and river management. Less erodible reaches hamper navigation, and in-channel structures are destabilized. Such ongoing bed degradation is also observed in the German Rhine, the Elbe River, and the Danube River. The […]

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Innovative Monitoring Techniques for Ecohydraulic Research

Posted on: 12 February 2018

After the inspiring key note by Paul  Kinzel during the Friday morning programme of the NCR Days 2018, we encourage you to submit an abstract to the special session on innovative monitoring techniques for ecohydraulic research during the 12th IAHR’s International Symposium on Ecohydraulics from 19-8 to 24-8 in Tokyo Japan. This special session is […]

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