The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Hydraulic Measurements and Experimental Methods (HMEM) conference will be held on the UNH campus from July 9-12, 2017. The conference will bring together academics, research scientists, and practitioners to discuss cutting edge research discoveries for collecting, processing and interpreting hydraulics data.
Topics include advances in measurement techniques, remote sensing and environmental measurements, and data management and analysis. Please consider submitting an abstract by 1/17.
The keynote speaker will be Merrick Haller from Oregon State University, who will kick off the conference with a plenary discussion of the use of radar remote sensing for the analysis of estuarine/ riverine fronts and tidal jets.
A pre-conference workshop will discuss “Philosophy, Concepts, and Techniques for Drone Surveys of Terrain.” The technical tour includes a visit to Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, one of the longest-operated experimental watershed study sites in the United States, and the Suncook River in Epsom, NH, which experienced a large avulsion in 2006.
More information about conference details, registration, and abstract submission is available at www.HMEMconference.org. A reduced student registration fee will be available.