The 4th IAHR-WMO-IAHS Training Course on Stream gauging is intended to be held as part of the RiverFlow 2018 conference, with separate registration.
Three days will be dedicated to Hydrometry basics, Field and classroom exercises and Recent advances (technology and uncertainty analysis), by internationally recognized lecturers. The audience will be students and professional field hydrologists. The first three courses were held in Brescia (Italy, 2011), Andong (Korea, 2013) and Hanoi (Vietnam, 2014). The one-day seminar was held in Queenstown (New Zealand) in 2016.
Sunday September 2nd, 2018 – Hydrometry basics
Monday September 3rd, 2018 – Field gauging exercises
Tuesday September 4th, 2018 – Modern gauging technologies and uncertainty analysis
Registration for the 3 days or for the 3rd day alone will be done through a dedicated web site that is currently under construction.
Contact: for sponsoring the course, proposing exhibition or for any information, please contact Jérôme Le Coz.
Language: English will be the official language of the course.
Dominique Bérod, WMO, Geneva, Switzerland
Alexandre Hauet, EDF, Grenoble, France
Prof. Ichiro Fujita, Kobe University, Japan
Boosik Kang (Chair of the course), Dankook University, Korea
Dongsu Kim, Dankook University, Korea
Jérôme Le Coz (Vice-Chair of the course), Irstea, Lyon, France
Marian Muste, University of Iowa, USA
Prof. Roberto Ranzi, University of Brescia, Italy
Local organising committee:
Jérôme Le Coz and Guillaume Dramais (Irstea)
Alexandre Hauet and Arnaud Belleville (EDF)
Julien Némery (ENSE3, Grenoble INP)
Gilles Pierrefeu and Pierre Bompart (CNR)
Rachel Puechberty, Pierre-Marie Bechon, Patrick Duby, and David Besson (France’s national hydrological service)