• January 9(Tue.)-10(Wed.), 2018: 24th IROAST Seminar-Advanced Science and Technology in Hydrology


24th IROAST Seminar–Advanced Science and Technology in Hydrology–held on January 9-10, 2018

Jan 10, 2018

The 24th IROAST Seminar was held on January 9 and 10, 2018. The seminar was organized by Assistant Professor Kei Ishida from the Faculty of Advanced Science and Technology. There were three talks given by invited speakers: “Linking Climate Change of Hydrological Impact and Adaptation Studies” by Professor Van-Thanh-Van Nguyen from McGill University, Canada; “Scaling and Self-Similarity in 2D and 3D Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations” by Research Professor Ali Ercan from the University of California, Davis, USA; and “Estimation of Riparian Groundwater” by Assistant Professor Noriaki Ohara from the University of Wyoming, USA. About 35 faculty members and students attended the seminar.


Prof. Nguyen

Prof. Ercan

Prof. Ohara


January 9(Tue.)-10(Wed.), 2018: 24th IROAST Seminar-Advanced Science and Technology in Hydrology

Jan 10, 2018

IROAST will hold the 24th IROAST Seminar-Advanced Science and Technology in Hydrology.


Please see the details of the seminar as follows.

This seminar consists of three talks on hydrology. First, Professor Nguyen from McGill University is going to give a talk about "Linking Climate Change to Hydrological Impact and Adaptation Studies: Recent Advances in Modelling of Extreme Hydrologic Processes." Second, Professor Ohara from University of Wyoming is going to talk about "Estimation of Riparian Groundwater in Alluvium Deposit of Mountainous Region from Topography using Biharmonic Function." Third, Professor Ercan form the University of California, Davis is going to explain about "Self-Similarity in Two- and Three-Dimensional Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations." All the three speakers are leading experts on hydrology in the world. Meanwhile, all the topics cover important emerging technologies in hydrology. They would also provide valuable insights to researchers and students even in other fields.

This seminar is expected to attract a high level of interest. Everyone is welcome. We hope to see you at the seminar.


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