Course: Modelling water, floods and sediments with TETIS 8.2
Universitat Politècnica de València, November 29, 2012
- The GIMHA organized this course within the 3rd SCARCE International Conference: Bridging toxicants, stressors and risk-based management under water scarcity.
- Due to the success of the course, having obtained a very positive assessment by the 21 attendees, GIMHA is planning new editions of the same course at both national and international scales.
DescriptionThis course is aimed to professionals and researchers interested in gaining more skills on the use of a distributed hydrological model for continuous and event simulation of water and sediments at catchment scale, with a special focus in the last version of Tetis model. Learning objectives:
- To know the TETIS model conceptualization
- To learn how to manage the software TETIS v8.2 (advanced level)
- To understand the implications of the spatial variability of the water cycle on its modelization
- To implement the TETIS model in a case study
OrganizationOrganized by the Research Group in Hydrological and Environmental Modelling (GIMHA). Director: Félix Francés Coordinator: Gianbattista Bussi
Course location and dateThursday, 29th November, from 9:00 to 19:30 h., at the Universitat Politècnica de València (Camino de Vera s/n, 46022 Valencia, Spain)
- 09:00 - Presentation of the course
- 09:15 - Theoretical basis of the TETIS model
- 10:00 - Training session 1. Introduction to the software TETIS v8
- 11:00 - break
- 11:30 - Implementation of an hydrological distributed model
- 12:30 - Training session 2. Sensitivity analysis
- 13:30 - lunch
- 15:00 - Training session 3. Calibration and validation of the model
- 16:00 - The water cycle variability and the distributed modelling
- 17:00 - break
- 17:30 - Theoretical basis of the sediment submodel
- 18:30 - Training session 4. Simulation of the sediment cycle
- 19:30 - End of the course
Course venueCLASSROOM 2.5 - Nexus building (6G), Floor 2. Universitat Politècnica de València. Camino de Vera s/n, 46022, Valencia, Spain.
Official languageThe official language is Spanish.
- 150,00 euros - General audience
- 70,00 euros - SCARCE students
- 100,00 euros - Students
- 120,00 euros - SCARCE researchers
Limited capacityThe maximum number of attendants will be 25.
AccomodationThere are several options for the accomodation. For the attendants to the 3rd SCARCE International Conference: Bridging toxicants, stressors and risk-based management under water scarcity, some hotels are recommended on the conference flyer.
Some other options are recommended in the following map. In addition, the public transport options to get the conference venue are included.
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