IJREWHS 2021 will make up to 5 scholarships available. Attendees under a scholarship will have their registration fees waived. Eligibility criteria are as follow:
1: Working/studying in a country listed as a low-income country in the IAHR list (based on World Bank classification): https://www.iahr.org/index/detail/255
2: Motivation letter (1 page) is submitted alongside the abstract (see below), stating why you are interested in attending IJREWHS. The submission email should state that you wish to apply for the scholarship.
3: Being an IAHR member.
Successful scholarships will be rated based on motivation letter and abstract quality. Notification of scholarship acceptance will be received upon abstract acceptance.
Call for Abstracts (Deadline Extended)
Authors are invited to submit extended abstracts (in English) by 12th March 2021 to firstname.lastname@example.org. See below link for extended abstract template. The abstracts will be peer-reviewed by the International Scientific Committee, which will select the qualifying participants. Notification of selection for presentation will be sent by 26th March 2021. Abstracts should be submitted to email@example.com in .doc/.docx and .pdf format with the subject field as follows: “Surname_ IJREWHS_Abstract Submission”
Call for Papers
Authors of accepted contributions to the workshop will be invited to prepare a full-paper manuscript (8 pages long) of their work and to submit it by 28th May 2021. See below link for extended abstract template. The manuscripts will be reviewed by at least 2 workshop participants and representative(s) of the scientific committee, after the workshop. Full-papers should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org in .doc/.docx and .pdf format with the subject field as follows: “Surname_ IJREWHS_Paper Submission”
The template below can be used but is optional.
The workshop proceedings will be published open access at Utah State University for wide international reach to the research community.
Topics (non limitative)
- Hydraulic Structure Design and Innovation
- Weirs and dams
- Energy Dissipation
- Environmental Challenges of Hydraulic Structures
- Maritime and coastal structures
- Physical and numerical modelling
- Multiphase flows, sediment transport and fluid-structure interaction