Modeling of Hydrosystems

The course is directed to researchers, MSc and PhD students as well as practical engineers from engineering offices, industry and administration who want to broaden their knowledge in modeling of hydrosystems.

Oct 08, 2007 - Oct 12, 2007
Target groups: students, technicians, engineers
Category: EducationTraining
The short course offers an introduction and overview of recent and newly developed hydro-numerical, hydrological and information modeling methods and techniques to efficiently solve research and practical problems in hydro- and environmental engineering.

The main focus is put on generalized modeling methods and their broad application fields in modeling hydrological, subsurface, free-surface and technical flow and transport processes including the interactions in natural and urban hydrosystems. Potentials and limitations of nowadays modeling of hydrosystems are demonstrated. Innovations, challenges and future trends in this field will be pointed out and discussed.

The short course is structured in four topics:
  • generalized modeling methods
  •  hydrological modeling
  • subsurface flow modeling and
  • free-surface flow modeling.

Among overviews and theoretical backgrounds, it provides computer demonstrations and applications from research and practical projects. The short course can be used for personal consultations with the course lecturers as well as for open discussions among the course participants.

For further information, download the flyer below (attached pdf file).
Technische Universität Berlin, nstitut für Bauingenieurwesen
13355 Berlin, Germany


Mrs. Mata Krishna


+49 (0) 30 314 -23961


+49 (0) 30 314 -22910



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