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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The Scientific Committee of the 14th Conference on Hydraulics in Water Engineering is inviting Authors to submit oral and poster abstracts. Call for Abstracts has been extended to 30 April.
In addition to three days of podium papers and field trip, workshops before and during the Conference are offered to discuss and upskill for emerging and updated hydraulic methods.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS EXTENDED TO 30 APRIL 2020
Mauri ora ki a koutou katoa. Nau mai, haere mai, ki Tamaki Makaurau, ki Te Waitemata.
On behalf of the Local Organising Committee and Engineering New Zealand/Water New Zealand, I am delighted to extend a warm invitation for you to attend the 14th Hydraulics in Water Engineering Conference.
The Conference will be held from the 16th to the 19th November 2020 in Auckland, New Zealand.
An exciting programme of keynote speakers as well as the Henderson Oration is ahead. The Henderson Oration recognises the contribution of the science of hydraulics to the practice of hydrology and water resources engineering. In addition to three days of podium papers and field trip, workshops before and during the Conference are offered to discuss and upskill for emerging and updated hydraulic methods. This conference covers all aspects of hydraulics in water engineering, including: River, Coastal and Marine Hydraulics;
Hydraulic Structures; Three Waters; Ecohydraulics; Infrastructure as well as Numerical, Field and Physical Hydraulic Methods.
The Conference will be held in early summer in the city of Auckland, within walking distance of the CBD, museum, art gallery, parks and the Waitemata waterfront. Imagine an urban environment where everyone lives within half an hour of beautiful beaches, hiking trails and a dozen enchanted holiday islands including Waiheke and Great Barrier Islands. Auckland is boasting three harbours, two mountain ranges, 48 volcanic cones and more than 50 islands.
The main Conference venue is 12 Madden Street, New Zealand’s finest purpose-built coworking and events space. Positioned in the heart of the Wynyard Quarter Innovation Precinct in Auckland CBD, 12 Madden Street encapsulates the whole innovation precinct philosophy within a single building. Being located within the CBD ensures a ready supply of excellent restaurants and bars that will provide limitless opportunities for the all-important breakout and networking sessions. The proximity to the Auckland CBD ensures a wide variety of accommodation options to suite all tastes and budgets.
Once again, on behalf of the Local Organising Committee I encourage you to submit a paper and attend the 14th Hydraulics in Water Engineering Conference.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Auckland in November 2020. Nau mai haere mai! Welcome!
Chair of the Local Organising Committee
LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Heide Friedrich (Chair), University of Auckland, New Zealand
Kobus van Zyl, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Stefan Felder, UNSW, Australia
Mark Babister, WMAwater, Australia
Monique Retallick, WMAwater, Australia
Paul Franklin, NIWA, New Zealand
Richard Wilson, Tonkin + Taylor, New Zealand
Lisa Dowson, AR Associates, New Zealand
Andrew McCowan, Water Technology, Australia
Chris Huxley, TUFLOW, Australia
Shane Morgan, Watercare Services Ltd, New Zealand
Diego Ravazzolo, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Dipendra Magaju, University of Auckland, New Zealand
12 Madden Street is New Zealand’s finest purpose-built coworking and events space, designed to give innovative companies of all sizes the best possible working or event environment in which to prosper.
Positioned in the heart of the Wynyard Quarter Innovation Precinct in Auckland CBD, 12 Madden Street encapsulates the whole innovation precinct philosophy within a single building.