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2nd IAHR Europe Congress

On arrival, please register at the conference office which can be found in the foyer of the Audimax.

The Audimax is located at the center of the main campus of the Technische Universität München in the center of Munich (Arcisstraße 21).

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Programme is now available, please go to menu: “conference programme”

Please prepare a 15 min. presentation for the congress (12min+3min discussion)

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On behalf of IAHR Europe, the LOC is pleased to invite you to participate in a spirited congress at the TUM in Munich, Bavaria (Germany) on the 27.-29. June 2012.

With our fresh and innovative congress concepts we want to welcome researchers, as well as practitioners. To encourage the exchange of ideas we will provide panel discussions and workshops.

Of overriding importance to us are the young researchers. For them, there will be a series of propositions like:

  • Sessions completely run by young researchers
  • Events promoting interaction with experienced peer researchers
  • Low fees and support with an extra fund for young researchers

The Congress will also provide excellent support for social networking during your stay in Munich. We will plan cultural and social events for the evenings as well as an accompanying persons programme.

 

Supporters

 


  • Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development





  • DTK – the German section of ICOLD
  • German hydraulics professors
 

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Further Information

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Department of Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering

Technische Universität München

Markus Grünzner
Arcisstraße 21
80333 München

URL: http://www.iahr2012.tum.de
Email: iahr2012@bv.tum.de
Tel.: +49.89.289.23161
Fax: +49.89.289.23172

 


 

Stephan Hötzl
Arcisstraße 21 
80333 München

URL: http://www.iahr2012.tum.de
Email: stephan.hoetzl [at] tum.de
Tel.: +49.89.289.23165 
Fax: +49.89.289.23172