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Dear Colleague,
 

14th of the International Conference on Hydroscience & Engineering, ICHE 2020 will be held in Çeşme, Turkey on September 22-25, 2020.

The International Conference on Hydroscience & Engineering began in Washington DC in 1993, and followed by Beijing hosted ICHE in 1995, Cottbus (1998), Seoul (2000), Warsaw (2002), Brisbane (2004), Philadelphia (2006), Nagoya (2008), Chennai (2010), Orlando (2012), Hamburg (2014) Tainan (2016) and Chongqing (2018). These conferences provided a common ground researchers and engineers to report and discuss the latest scientific advancements and practitioner’s solutions in hydroscience and engineering

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ICHE 2020 conference aims to bring together researchers and practicing engineers to share the latest scientific and technological advancements in hydroscience and engineering, and will provide networking opportunities for future activities. Participants will be able to hear experts in the field discuss the latest achievements in issues relevant to Hydro-Engineering for Sustainable Development.

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Key Dates

Abstract Submission

September 15 – November 30, 2019 

                           January 6, 2020

Extended Abstract or
Full-Paper Submission

February 1 – April 30, 2020 

Revised Extended Abstract or Full-Paper Submission

July 15, 2020

Early Bird Registration

February 1 – July 15, 2020 

Conference Themes 

  • Coastal and Maritime Hydraulics

  • Dam Hydraulics and Safety 

  • Computational Hydraulics and Turbulent flows

  • Water Resources and Climate Change

  • Fluvial Hydraulics and Waterway Navigation

  • Water Quality and Ecohydraulics

  • Watershed Hydrology and Management

  • Sediment Transport and Reservoir Sedimentation

  • Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Transport

  • Hydropower and Sustainable Energy

  • Urban Flooding and Drainage

  • Advances in Laboratory Measurements and Instrumentation

  • Field Measurements and Data Collection 

Conference

September 22 – 25, 2020

Special Sessions

  • Advances in Water Quality Prediction within Lentic and Lotic Waterbodies

  • Advances in River Restoration Modeling

  • Groundwater Investigations at Local to Regional Scales to Support Sustainable Management of Critical Resources