Co-UDlabs Training Activities schedule now ready
In support of its research activities and the establishment of a pan-European network for urban drainage innovation, Co-UDlabs is organising a series of training activities and initiatives: public and open webinars; early-stage and junior researchers training events and initiatives; and training activities aimed at professionals, practitioners, and members of the industry.
The current expected plan for Co-UDlabs webinars include (at least) six events on the following core topics:
- Acoustic turbidity measurements (1st semester of 2022)
- Optical and computer vision techniques for flow and processes measurements (2nd semester of 2022)
- FTIR-chemical mapping (1st semester of 2023)
- Routine assessment of uncertainty in urban drainage data (2nd semester of 2023)
- Underground infrastructure state monitoring techniques (1st semester of 2024)
- Hydro-acoustic measurement techniques (2nd semester of 2024)
Among the several trainings offered by the project, we are also glad to announce a Europe-wide open junior research workshop that will be held on May 15-21, 2022, in Saint Maurice en Valgaudemar (France). The European Junior Scientist Workshop (EJWS) will focus on on-line monitoring of water quality and quantity in waste- and storm-water collection systems and rivers; the links between data validation and model calibration; emerging monitoring concepts and data communication techniques; as well as on ethics in researching, publishing, presenting and sharing data. All the information about the Workshop is already online. You can easily access the event’s flyer and the key instructions to submit your application.
More training events will be announced in due time. To receive regular updates and additional information, please make sure to join our community by filling this form. We will keep you posted with all the news and progress on this matter.
Our goal is to contribute to a stronger, more connected, more innovative urban drainage network: exchanging experiences, methods, results, and ideas in our training activities can be an excellent starting point for a truly integrated UD research community.