Hatarilabs organizes Applied Groundwater Modeling Events in Berlin - April 2019

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Hatarilabs is a blog dedicated to the knowledge sharing in water resources modeling based on open source software. One of our main interest is groundwater modeling and we research on the latest software developments for groundwater flow and transport simulation as well as enhanced tools for data visualization. We have more than 40 tutorials in groundwater modeling that deals with model construction, simulation, output representation, parameter estimation, GIS integration and many others aspects:

https://www.hatarilabs.com/ih-en?category=ModflowTutorial

Our objective is to increase the professional capacities of water resources specialists that will lead to better evaluations needed for a sustainable management of our groundwater / surface water resources. From the beginning we have used some innovative tools as the video and social networks, right now we have more than 2.4K Facebook followers and 1.8K Youtube followers.

The blog has more than 600 visits per day and around 40 come from Germany, that is why we want to reach personally our german audience by organizing some applied groundwater modeling events in Berlin. The topics of the workshops are:

Basic level:

  • Introduction to groundwater modeling with MODFLOW and Model Muse

  • Introduction to transport modeling with MODFLOW / MT3D and Model Muse

  • Introduction to groundwater modeling with MODFLOW and Flopy

Intermediate level

  • Xylene remediation modeling with MODFLOW / MT3D and Flopy

Every workshop last 3 hours and they are free of charge. If you are a teacher, student or professional related to hydrogeology, you can help us to organize this events. Please do not hesitate to contact us for the event coordination to my email: saulmontoya@hatarilabs.com.

Proposed date: April 22, 2019

Saul Montoya

Saul Montoya es Ingeniero Civil graduado de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú en Lima con estudios de postgrado en Manejo e Ingeniería de Recursos Hídricos (Programa WAREM) de la Universidad de Stuttgart con mención en Ingeniería de Aguas Subterráneas y Hidroinformática.