Activities And Upcoming Events
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Indo-German workshop by IITR and Hamburg University of Technology
"Workshop on Securing sustainable treatment for drinking water production and water recycling with a focus on anionic contaminants” 20 to 22 July,2022.
Workshop on 20 July,2022
"Introduction to Google Earth Engine (GEE) and its Applications" by Prof. Roopam Shukla Centre of Excellence for Disaster Mitigation and Management, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee. & Dr. Praveen Kumar.
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Hands-on Training program on "Tools and techniques of experimental hydrology
Prof. Brijesh Kumar Yadav conducted the seven-day DST sponsored Hands-on Training program on “Tools and techniques of experimental hydrology” was held on May 24-30, 2022 at IIT Roorkee under the 'Synergistic Training Program Utilizing Scientific and Technological Infrastructure (STUTI) scheme in collaboration with Amity University UP.
Two-week Training Program
Two-week Training on “Emerging Space Technology Applications for Compound Extremes (STAC-X)". 09 to 20 May 2022.
STAC-X Training Program funded by ISRO commenced today at hydrology IIT Roorkee. Thanks to Prof. A K Chaturvedi, Director of IITR for gracing the occasion & sharing remarkable thoughts with the participants. 22 experts will interact with participants during a 2-weeks course.
Hydrometeorological Observatory
A group of 100 students from Espee Global School visited our Hydrometeorological Observatory on 09, May 2022. Wonderful experience of interacting with young minds. Thanks to Prof. Brijesh for coordinating the visit and Prof. Bhaskar for helping out with in class discussion on water treatment. Our research scholar energetically participated during this visit.
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Co- Prepare Project
Delegation from the Department of Hydrology under the Co- prepare project visited the University of Potsdam, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Technical University Berlin and Indian Embassy Berlin to strengthen further science and technology cooperation between India and Germany.
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The Department of Hydrology celebrated World Water Day by organizing its first-Ever Three-Day Water Tech Fest, Named "Pravaaha" on March 20-22, 2022.
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EcoHydrology Symposium (EHS-2022)
UDAN Lecture
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Three-day Training
Three-day Training on Soil Pollutants Impact Assessment and Remediation of Contamination Sites
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Department of Hydrology welcomes Dr. Oliver Günther (14th Jan, 2022)
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National-Hazard Symposium for the Indian-Himalayas 2021 (NSIH 2021)
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Welcome Ceremony
On completion of the glorious 50 years of Hydrology program at the Department of Hydrology IIT, we are organizing a Welcome Function on 1st October for our new M.Tech and Ph.D. students.
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Bharat Singh Memorial Lecture in Hydrology
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Webinar on introduction to DHI and MIKE SOFTWARE
The proposed webinar on Introduction to DHI and MIKE SOFTWARE will be held as per the following details:
Topic: Webinar: Introduction to DHI and MIKE SOFTWARE Time: Jul 15, 2021 12:00 PM India
For joining the webinar on Zoom Meeting, please contact the coordinator
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Research Scholar Day 2021
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Meeting Details
Number: 159 366 435 Password: WWD_HYD
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IGWC 2019
The international conferences in the IGWC series are the meeting point for groundwater professionals and researchers, bringing together experts in the various inter-related disciplines in the field of groundwater hydrology. Groundwater has emerged as a major resource in safeguarding agriculture and drinking water security in many parts of the globe. India is at present the largest and fastest consumer of groundwater in the world. The role of groundwater in contributing to water security and searching solutions for its conservation and sustainable management at present will play a crucial role to meet water demands of the population in future against the backdrop of climate change and to ensure food and water security for both the developed and developing countries. The aim of IGWC 2019 is to provide a common platform for researchers, academicians, water managers, industrialists and technocrats to discuss and present their vision for sustainable management of soil-water resources to face the growing challenges of the needs of the rising population and anticipated impacts of land use and climate change. Department/Sustainable Management of Soil-Water Resources.html