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International School of Hydraulics

If you would like to take part in XXXIV School of Hydraulics, and you have not registered yet, please register. Please note, that the number of participants is limited (few places left). We have extended deadline for full manuscript submission until 31st January. However, if you have not send us a manuscript yet, you may be notified about the acceptance later than previously planned - after 16.03.2015. Please send us the title of the manuscript and a short abstract as soon as possible.

The overall theme of the XXXIV International School of Hydraulics
is Hydrodynamic and mass transport at freshwater aquatic interfaces.

XXXIV School of Hydraulics, similarly to previous events, is intended to provide a forum for scientists and engineers working in the field of broadly understood hydraulics. By bringing together experts (academics and practitioners) as well as young scientists, we hope to create a very good atmosphere for scientific debate and learning and also to make this occasion an enjoyable experience for the participants.

The XXXIV International School of Hydraulics is organized by the Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences jointly with the HYTECH Project.

HYTECH is a Marie Curie funded Initial Training Network, led by the University of Padua and involves partners from 5 different EU countries. Universities, Research Institutes and SMEs from the private sector are members of the network.

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