Hydroinformatics uses simulation modeling and information and communication technology to help in solving problems of hydraulics, hydrology and environmental engineering for better management of water-based systems.
The Hydroinformatics course aims at enriching traditional engineering practice by introducing innovative approaches in order to open up for the participants much broader prospective.
The participants will learn subject groups comprising of:
Most of the Hydroinformatics participants are financed through Netherlands Fellowship Programme.
For this year, the programme is run directly to M.Sc undertaken for 1.5 years and the NFP will cover tuition fee and living cost.
If you need further information please contact: Michael Siek (email: m.siek[ at ]unesco-ihe.org)