“What´s new in Hydro?”

New Online Seminar Series

The German Expert Group of Hydrogeology in the German Geological Society (Fachsektion Hydrogeologie in der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft) “FH-DGGV” and the German Chapter of the International Association of Hydrgeologists “IAH-D”  are standing strong and braving the restrictions caused by the corona-pandemic by launching the new online seminar series “What’s New in Hydro?”.

Join in and be part of international cohesion and professional exchange by attending our online seminars.

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Upcoming Event:

We are more than pleased to announce the next talk of our newly launched series “What’s New In Hydro?” will be held by

Distinguished Professor Emeritus
Dr John Cherry
Awardee of the of the Stockholm Water Prize (2020) and the Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize (2016)

Date: 14 APRIL 2021
Time: TBD

Online Meeting details to be announced soon.

 

Past Event(s):

Dr. Catalin Stefan

Head of Junior Research Group INOWAS, TU Dresden, Germany

Date: 14 JANUARY 2021, 4 pm UTC
Title: “Managed aquifer recharge as adaptation tools to global change: opportunities and ways forward”

 

 

 

“We didn’t expect to reach out to so many interested hydros right at our first event” said Traugott Scheytt (president FH-DGGV) and Johannes Barth (president IAH-D). The first joint public online seminar of the newly launched series “Was ist neu in Hydro? / What´s new in Hydro“ was held 14 January 2021 and featured a talk by Dr. Catalin Stefan (TU Dresden) about

“Managed aquifer recharge as adaptation tools to global change: opportunities and ways forward”.

The 100 available seats were taken on the spot, so we are deeply sorry about not having reserved more capacities. We apologize to everyone not having been able to join the event. The session was a full success. Participants were dialing in not only from Germany, but also from Switzerland, Canada and South Africa. The subsequent discussion in German and English was lively and stimulant.