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Webinars

28 Oct
1 day
VIRTUAL RIVER 4.0 We introduce the basic concepts and advantages of Virtual River 4.0, based on concrete uses in three areas – (i) inspection of control systems, (ii) employee training, as well as (iii) information production through the digital twin. We show when and how known, imprinted errors increase the use of trainings and test and how Virtual River 4.0 can be used as a formal instrument for inspection and qualification of personnel. Time 1:00 pm UTC (14:00 GMT + 2 Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Vienna), Length: 45 min. Online Register
29 Oct
1 day
MIKE SHE This free 1 hour webinar has a central focus on the restoration of riparian wetlands in Denmark and Australia and their impact on the ecological status of river-wetland systems, including the reduction of nutrient loading. Time: 06:00 UTC (4pm AEST) Online Register
30 Oct
1 day
MIKE SHE This free 1 hour webinar has a central focus on the restoration of riparian wetlands in Denmark and Australia and their impact on the ecological status of river-wetland systems, including the reduction of nutrient loading. 15:00 UTC. Online Register
6 Nov
1 day
DHI NZ WEBINAR: Managing Water-Related Health Risks In this webinar, you will hear how Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment (QMRA) could be used to estimate health risks and develop guidelines to protect public health. Exposure to contaminated water is an important route for the transmission of diarrhoeal pathogens, in addition to the cause of other illnesses such as respiratory, skin rash, earache, and eye irritations. 23:00-23:30 UTC (12:00 pm NZT) Online Register
13 Nov
1 day
INTRODUCTION TO MIKE URBAN+ Following the launch of the new MIKE URBAN+ earlier in the year, join urban modeller Katharina Steinmayr as she takes you through the new interface, providing tips and tricks along the way. 14:00-15.00 UTC+1 Online
21 Nov
1 day
SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT Effective waterfront management and development requires an in-depth understanding of the coastal water environment and controlling processes to assure long-term sustainability. In addition, tourist facilities are increasingly vulnerable to climate change impacts such as hurricanes and floods. In this free, one-hour webinar, we’ll reveal how better preparedness secures your most valuable assets resulting in significant investment and operational savings. 15:00-16:00 UTC (11:00am EST) Online
26 Nov
1 day
MANAGING THE IMPACTS OF UNDERWATER NOISE Join this free 45-minute webinar for an introduction to a very ‘hot’ environmental topic - managing the impacts of underwater noise. Gain insight as to why the effects of underwater noise have become such an important environmental issue. We will share the fundamentals of a “risk-based approach” which is believed to be the most proactive way to address such noise impacts. Time: 06:00-07:00 UTC Online Register
26 Nov
1 day
MANAGING THE IMPACTS OF UNDERWATER NOISE Join this free 45-minute webinar for an introduction to a very ‘hot’ environmental topic - managing the impacts of underwater noise. Gain insight as to why the effects of underwater noise have become such an important environmental issue. We will share the fundamentals of a “risk-based approach” which is believed to be the most proactive way to address such noise impacts. Time: 15:00-16:00 UTC Online Register
27 Nov
1 day
How can digital tools support future marine EIAs? Join this 1 hour webinar which will present DHI outlook on future easy-to-use online tools for marine EIAs (Environmental Impact Assessments), show you examples and discuss how digitalization can be used to easier implement new science for assessing or screening for environmental impacts. Fee: Free of charge, Time: 15.00 - 16.00 UTC Online Register
27 Nov
1 day
How can digital tools support future marine EIAs? Join this 1 hour webinar which will present DHI outlook on future easy-to-use online tools for marine EIAs (Environmental Impact Assessments), show you examples and discuss how digitalization can be used to easier implement new science for assessing or screening for environmental impacts. Fee: Free of charge, Time: 7.00 - 8.00 UTC Online Register
10 Dec
1 day
INTRODUCTION TO MIKE URBAN+ Following the launch of the new MIKE URBAN+ earlier in the year, join urban modeller Katharina Steinmayr as she takes you through the new interface, providing tips and tricks along the way. 10:00-11.00 UTC+1 Online
12 Dec
1 day
COASTAL RESILIENCE Advanced forecast of extreme weather events has provided support to many marine and coastal activities from coastal flooding to planning. The best coastal resilience tools not only provide flood risk evaluation, but also help us develop real and economic solutions using our latest knowledge. In this free, 1 hour webinar, you’ll gain powerful insight on how modelling technology can offer a holistic approach to decision support and enable true adaptation to be achieved. Online Register
22 Jan
1 day
DHI NZ WEBINAR: New and Improved MIKE Cloud Mesh Generator New and improved MIKE Cloud Mesh Generator – for use in MIKE 21, MIKE 3 and FEFLOW. An introduction to the new MIKE Mesh generator, which is to be a new MIKE Cloud offering, expected to be released near the end of 2019. The new MESH generator has a brand new user interface, new tools and updated meshing algorithms, including machine learning. 0:00-0:30 UTC (12:00 pm NZT) Online Register
19 Feb
1 day
DHI NZ WEBINAR: Plastic Litter – Where Does It End Up In Coastal Waters? In this webinar, you will hear how Agent Based Modelling (ABM) could be used to identify the best sites to place cleanup systems so as to trap the maximum amount of plastics. International case studies will be presented. It is estimated that more than 4.8 million tonnes of plastics were floating in marine environments in 2010. This number is expected to increase by 50-fold by 2100. Cleanup systems need to be actively deployed to collect the plastic litter in the marine environment. 23:00-23:30 UTC (12:00 pm NZT) Online Register
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