22nd IAHR-APD CONGRESS 2020 IN SAPPORO
Registration for Short Course on Stream Gauging starts on March 16, 2020

Short Course on Stream Gauging

Abstract of the course

The 6th IAHR-WMO-IAHS Training Course focusing on stream gauging will be held as a part of the IAHR-APD 2020 conference with a separate registration. The three-day course consists of lectures covering topics including hydrometry basics, state-of-the-art stream-gauging, and field exercises. The course will be provided by internationally-recognized lecturers. The course is designed for students and professional hydrologists who want to gain a clear picture of hydrometry and get involved in the international community of hydrometry experts (and future experts just like you!)

Key elements

1: Reasonable registration fee (especially for students) which covers meals and socializing events
2: Good mixture of courses covering both fundamentals and recent advances in stream gauging provided by experienced researchers and practitioners.

Capacity

30 participants

Schedule

12nd Sept (Sat) 2020:Opening, lectures (hydrometry basics)
13rd (Sun):Lectures (hydrometry basics and advanced)
14th (Mon):Field exercise at urban gravel-bed river

Venue

Meeting room in River Center of Hokkaido.
(1-minute from Sapporo Station!)


Specialty drink and meal in Hokkaido (not included in the course but as a representation of Hokkaido)

Registration fee (participants)

Fee for regular participants (3 days)170USDa)
Fee for student participants (3 days)50USDa)

Sponsor

450USDa) or 45,000JPYb) for sponsoring the course with an option of a short presentation during the lecture.

a) USD (U.S. dollar) will be paid by using credit card
b) JPY (Japanese Yen) will be paid by bank transfer to a Japanese bank account

Local organizing committee

Ryota TSUBAKI, Nagoya University
Satomi KAWAMURA, CERI
Atsuhiro YOROZUYA, PWRI/ICHARM
Akira YAMAMOTO, PWRI
Masahiro HASHIBA, Fukuda Hydrologic Center
Taichi TEBAKARI, Toyama Prefecture University
Taro YAMAMOTO, RIC
Ichiro FUJITA, Kobe University
Yasuyuki SHIMIZU, Hokkaido University

International committee

Jérôme Le Coz (Chair of the course), INRAE, Lyon, France
Tommaso Abrate, WMO, Geneva, Switzerland
Alexandre Hauet, EDF, Grenoble, France
Prof. Ichiro Fujita, Kobe University, Japan
Dongsu Kim, Dankook University, Korea
Prof. Roberto Ranzi, University of Brescia, Italy

Contact

For additional information, please contact Ryota Tsubaki.