IAHR World Congress, 2019 Water – Connecting the World
September 1-6, 2019
Global interest in water has increased rapidly in recent years. Many water issues are high on the political agenda, whether it concerns the lack of access to safe water and sanitation or the increase in water‐related disasters due to floods and droughts.
This challenge must be addressed by management and policy decisions informed by science and engineering knowledge that is relevant, credible, legitimate and delivered in a timely manner. Therefore the discipline of hydro-environment engineering and research is more important than ever. The 38th IAHR World Congress will bring together the key players in the sector from around the globe in “Water – Connecting the World“, from 1-6 September 2019 in Panama. We look forward to meeting you there!
Dr. Lucas E. Calvo G Head of Local Scientific Comittee
Local Organizing Committee
On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) of the 38th IAHR World Congress and the International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR), we are delighted to invite you to join the 38th IAHR World Congress in 2019 in Panama City, Panama.
The Congress will be held with the central theme “Water – Connecting the World”, focusing on: Hydraulic Structures, Ports and Coastal Engineering, Hydro-Environment, Water Management and Hydro-informatics, River and Sediment Management and Climate Change and Extreme Events.
The Congress will provide a platform for science and practice to meet. An exhibition alongside the congress will present the latest developments in equipment, software and instrumentation. Workshops and training events will be offered during the Congress.
Must See Videos
Check out the promotional video from our IAHR World Congress 2019 Panama City, Panama and Video “Panama: The Great Connection”.
Key Dates and Deadlines
Abstract Submission / October 28, 2018
Abstract Notification / January 27, 2018
Paper Submission / April 16, 2019
Paper Notification / June 18, 2019
Congress / September 1 to 6, 2019