DHI er de første du bør kontakte når du står overfor en vanskelig utfordring i et vannmiljø. Vi er omgitt av vann, enten det er elver, reservoarer, hav, kystlinjer eller vann i byer eller fabrikker.
Vi kan vann, og vi har stor kunnskap om vannmiljøer. Vi har opparbeidet mye kunnskap gjennom 50 år med målrettet forskning og erfaring fra over 140 land.
Vi jobber for å gjøre denne kunnskapen tilgjengelig for kunder og partnere verden over gjennom våre lokale team og programvare.
Så hvis du trenger å redusere vannforbruket, dele vann på en rettferdig måte, få bedre vannkvalitet, lage statistikker over vannets virkning eller overvåke vannstrømmer og vannmiljø, kan vi hjelpe deg. Vår kunnskap sammen med våre medarbeideres ekspertise og vår teknologi er nøkkelen til riktig løsning.

DHI Norway

Våre medarbeidere styrker kunnskapen vår og bringer kunnskapen videre verden over

Våre høyt kvalifiserte medarbeidere (80 % av dem har en mastergrad eller doktorgrad) tilfører stadig ny kunnskap om vannmiljøer. De gjør denne kunnskapen tilgjengelig verden over via vårt globale nettverk av lokalkontorer. De sørger dermed for at løsningene våre er relevante for ulike lokalsamfunn.

KUNDESAMARBEID

Vi jobber tett med kundene våre for å gjennomføre vellykkede prosjekter. Vi er opptatt av kundenes spesifikke behov og utfordringer. Vi er pålitelige rådgivere for kundene våre fordi profesjonell integritet er svært viktig for oss. Vi arbeider med ulike typer kunder, alt fra beslutningstakere til fagfolk innen vann:

  • Offentlige myndigheter og statlige organisasjoner
  • Industrisektorer som havner, vann og avløp, energi, selskaper innen infrastruktur og transport
  • Rådgivende ingeniører og entreprenører

VÅRE MERKER

upcoming training courses

9-10 Mar
2 days
MIKE+ COLLECTION SYSTEMS This two-day, hands-on course introduces you to the basic modelling concepts for urban hydrology and drainage network hydraulics as well as to the practicalities of MIKE+ COLLECTION SYSTEMS. On completion of the course you will be able to use MIKE+ CS software to develop your own models by importing GIS data and editing the model data, run hydraulic and water quality simulations, review and present simulations results. The course is held over Microsoft Teams. Norway
9 Mar
1 day
Webinar: POWER UP THAI PORTS IN A SUSTAINABLE WAY The continuing surge in commercial vessel sizes puts pressure on port authorities to meet the growing demands. Ports must ensure that they can offer safe access to their facilities, including safe and efficient operation at berth under all weather conditions, and environmental impacts of port expansions can be substantial and must be assessed carefully. This webinar will give you new insights into how other ports manage these challenges to make ports more efficient, safer and reducing environmental footprint. Online Register
10 Mar
1 day
Webinar: Modelling density-driven flow for mining applications with FEFLOW FEFLOW is the industry standard tool for groundwater modelling and is widely used in the mining sector around the globe. Typically hydrogeological systems dominated with hyper-saline conditions (e.g. Lithium and Potash mines) require the modelling of flow and mass transport processes in a coupled manner. In this dedicated technical webinar, Dr. Carlos Rivera Villarreyes, Global Product Specialist – FEFLOW, gives an overview of modelling density-driven flow. 06:00-07:00 UTC Online Register
16 Mar
1 day
Webinar BLUE Café: The role of digital tools in environmentally friendly dredging BLUE café is a new series of webinars hosted by DHI. It is an informal virtual space to share and discuss the results of our latest research and innovation projects. The topic of this BLUE café is about the role of digital tools in environmentally friendly dredging. Time: 02.00-03.00 PM UTC Online Register
16 Mar
1 day
Webinar: Overview of groundwater modelling solutions for mining applications using FEFLOW During this free 45-minute webinar, you'll be introduced to the key features of FEFLOW, a comprehensive software package which allows you to overcome the most challenging mining and groundwater related concerns. The webinar will focus on the new 3D unstructured-mesh that can be used to implement a straightforward and detailed mining plan. Moreover, you'll learn how to accurately estimate dewatering volumes and pore pressure distributions. There will be ample time for questions and answers. Time:14.00-15.00 UTC. Online Register
16 Mar
1 day
Webinar BLUE Café: The role of digital tools in environmentally friendly dredging BLUE café is a new series of webinars hosted by DHI. It is an informal virtual space to share and discuss the results of our latest research and innovation projects. The topic of this BLUE café is about the role of digital tools in environmentally friendly dredging. Time: 08.00-09.00 AM UTC Online Register
23 Mar
1 day
Webinar: Overview of groundwater modelling solutions for mining applications using FEFLOW During this free 45-minute webinar, you'll be introduced to the key features of FEFLOW, a comprehensive software package which allows you to overcome the most challenging mining and groundwater related concerns. The webinar will focus on the new 3D unstructured-mesh that can be used to implement a straightforward and detailed mining plan. Moreover, you'll learn how to accurately estimate dewatering volumes and pore pressure distributions. There will be ample time for questions and answers. Time:07.00-08.00 UTC. Online Register
24 Mar
1 day
DHI ENGAGE ONLINE NEW ZEALAND DHI New Zealand welcomes you to join this Engage Session in the new online format to talk about your MIKE Software and projects with our engineers and scientists and other industry colleagues in an informal seminar. We will have short presentations to start it off followed by a free format of conversations in topic based break-out rooms. Time: Wednesday, 24 March 2021, 11.00 am - 12.30 pm (NZT) Online Register
14 Apr-12 May
29 days
MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS WITH WEST The aim of this four-module, instructor-led, online course is to provide you with an overview of the aspects to be addressed when modelling biological wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). In addition, you will get comprehensive training in WEST, DHI’s standard software tool for modelling and dynamic simulation of WWTPs. Online Register
19-23 Apr
5 days
FEFLOW This comprehensive five-day course consists of two parts. The introductory part is identical to the course "Introduction to groundwater modelling". The advanced part aims at providing you with the skills for advanced modelling topics. Germany
22 Apr
1 day
Webinar: Modelling of Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTPs) using WEST Many WWTPs are operated in a less-than-optimal manner with respect to both treatment and energy efficiency. Investigations suggest that up to 30-40% energy savings could be achieved if all WWTPs were optimally operated. During this free 1-hour webinar, you will discover solutions to best address wastewater treatment challenges through best-in-class technology and time-tested methodologies. 19:00UTC Online Register
22 Apr
1 day
Webinar: Modelling of Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTPs) using WEST Many WWTPs are operated in a less-than-optimal manner with respect to both treatment and energy efficiency. Investigations suggest that up to 30-40% energy savings could be achieved if all WWTPs were optimally operated. During this free 1-hour webinar, you will discover solutions to best address wastewater treatment challenges through best-in-class technology and time-tested methodologies. 15:00UTC Online Register
26-30 Apr
5 days
FEFLOW - MODELLING OF GEOTHERMAL APPLICATIONS This Module covers the topics of shallow geothermal systems (open/closed loops) and their optimization, deep geothermal systems (density effects, boundary conditions and more). Time: 13:30 - 15:30 UTC (Berlin, Germany +2h), Price: 600,00 Euro Online
27 Apr
1 day
Webinar: Understanding groundwater quality through numerical modelling In this webinar you will get an overview of different modelling approaches for groundwater quality. With practical examples in FEFLOW, the industry standard tool for groundwater modelling, we will demonstrate modelling of transport from conservative species, kinetic reactions up to complex geochemical problems. Dr. Carlos Rivera Villarreyes, Global Product Specialist, will provide several practical examples. Date: 27.04. 2021 Time: 15.00-16.00 UTC Online Register
28 Apr
1 day
Webinar: Understanding groundwater quality through numerical modelling In this webinar you will get an overview of different modelling approaches for groundwater quality. With practical examples in FEFLOW, the industry standard tool for groundwater modelling, we will demonstrate modelling of transport from conservative species, kinetic reactions up to complex geochemical problems. Dr. Carlos Rivera Villarreyes, Global Product Specialist, will provide several practical examples. Date: 28.04. 2021 Time: 07.00-08.00 UTC Online Register
30 Apr-20 May
21 days
FEFLOW-GROUNDWATER MODELLING FOR INFRASTRUCTURE AND GEOTECHNICAL PROJECTS Groundwater is typically a challenge in the planning of infrastructure, building and geotechnical projects. This offers you an insights of the modelling solutions within such as context. With dedicated examples, we discuss topics of infiltration through tunnels and dams, simulation of flow barrier (e.g. sheet piles), dewatering scenarios before construction, among others.Time: 13:00 - 15:00 UTC, Price: 900,00 Euro, Early bird 750,00 Euro until 23. March 2021 Online
3-21 May
19 days
FEFLOW - MODELLING OPEN-CAST MINING Through this four-module, online, instructor-led course you will learn about groundwater simulation at mine sites. Upon completion you will be able to develop your own open-cast groundwater model with FEFLOW, 3D unstructured meshes and estimate modelling results. Time: 15.00 – 17.00 UTC (Berlin, Germany +2h), Price: 750,00 Euro Online Register
6 May
1 day
Webinar: MIKE Mine - cloud-based operational mine water management, reduce cost, minimize risk, respond quickly. MIKE Mine is a customizable decision support tool designed for mine owners and operators. During this 60 minute webinar, you will see a live demonstration of the application and see how you can easily centralize all online and offline data, notice trends in real-time, reconcile plans and operations and monitor performance indicators that will allow you to take the appropriate action quickly. 19:00UTC 15:00EDT Online Register
25 May
1 day
Webinar: Estimating the feasibility of geothermal installations through numerical modelling The use of geothermal energy is not only saving fossil fuels but also contributing to the solution of numerous environmental problems. Understand the sustainability of geothermal systems is crucial to understand the production level over long times. In this webinar, several practical examples will be presented to demonstrate the importance of numerical modelling through the entire design, planning and operation of geothermal systems. Date: 25.05. 2021 Time: 15.00-16.00 UTC Online Register
26 May
1 day
Webinar: Estimating the feasibility of geothermal installations through numerical modelling The use of geothermal energy is not only saving fossil fuels but also contributing to the solution of numerous environmental problems. Understand the sustainability of geothermal systems is crucial to understand the production level over long times. In this webinar, several practical examples will be presented to demonstrate the importance of numerical modelling through the entire design, planning and operation of geothermal systems. Date: 26.05. 2021 Time: 07.00-08.00 UTC Online Register
7-18 Jun
12 days
FEFLOW - INTRODUCTION OF WATER QUALITY AND MODELLING WITH FEFLOW This course includes an introduction to water quality modelling. Using dedicated examples, we cover complete range of complexities in water quality, from conservative, reactive and radionuclei transport. Exercises are focused on the transport of nitrate/ammonium in agricultural sites, industrial solvents (e.g. TCE and PCE) and nuclear waste storage. Time: 13:30 - 15:30 UTC (Berlin, Germany +2h), Price: 800,00 Euro Online
22 Jun
1 day
Webinar: From model calibration to uncertainty quantification: A roadmap for groundwater modelling Calibration of groundwater models is relevant task in the entire modelling cycle, however the uncertainty of model predictions playes even a predominant role. In this webinar, Dr. Carlos Rivera Villarreyes, Global Product Specialist, will address how FEFLOW / FePEST numerical methods can support you through the long road from model calibration up to predictive uncertainty. Date: 22.06. 2021 Time: 15.00-16.00 UTC Online Register
23 Jun
1 day
Webinar: From model calibration to uncertainty quantification: A roadmap for groundwater modelling Calibration of groundwater models is relevant task in the entire modelling cycle, however the uncertainty of model predictions playes even a predominant role. In this webinar, Dr. Carlos Rivera Villarreyes, Global Product Specialist, will address how FEFLOW / FePEST numerical methods can support you through the long road from model calibration up to predictive uncertainty. Date 23.06.2021 Time: 07.00-08.00 UTC Online Register
23-27 Aug
5 days
FEFLOW This comprehensive five-day course consists of two parts. The introductory part is identical to the course "Introduction to groundwater modelling". The advanced part aims at providing you with the skills for advanced modelling topics. Germany
20-23 Sep
4 days
FEFLOW INTERNATIONAL USERS CONFERENCE 2021 Join fellow FEFLOW users and renowned experts from across the globe in a virtual environment for this four-day biannual event. Together we will exchange ideas, share experiences, explore the latest innovations and trends in groundwater modelling, discuss practical challenges and potential solutions. This conference begins with two days of presentations by FEFLOW users and keynote speakers followed by two days of training workshops. More details: https://feflow-international-user-conference-1.heysummit.com/ Online
27 Sep-1 Oct
5 days
FEFLOW This comprehensive five-day course consists of two parts. The introductory part is identical to the course "Introduction to groundwater modelling". The advanced part aims at providing you with the skills for advanced modelling topics. Germany
12-13 Oct
2 days
MIKE+ COLLECTION SYSTEMS This two-day, hands-on course introduces you to the basic modelling concepts for urban hydrology and drainage network hydraulics as well as to the practicalities of MIKE+ COLLECTION SYSTEMS. On completion of the course you will be able to use MIKE+ CS software to develop your own models by importing GIS data and editing the model data, run hydraulic and water quality simulations, review and present simulations results. The course is held in Oslo. Norway
28-29 Oct
2 days
PHYTOPLANKTON PIGMENT ANALYSIS COURSE At this two-day course you are given an introduction to phytoplankton pigment analyses by HPLC. The aim of the course is to improve your knowledge and broaden your skills within HPLC pigment analysis. Denmark
15-19 Nov
5 days
FEFLOW This comprehensive five-day course consists of two parts. The introductory part is identical to the course "Introduction to groundwater modelling". The advanced part aims at providing you with the skills for advanced modelling topics. Germany