The Conference on Hydraulics, Water resources, Coastal and Environmental Engineering (HYDRO 2013 International) is jointly organized by Departments of Ocean Engineering and Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM), Chennai, and is sponsored by Indian Society for Hydraulics (ISH) and International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR).
During the 60 years of its existence, IITM has consolidated itself as an Institute of excellence in teaching and research. The Department of Ocean Engineering has achieved significant success with a dynamic profile in terms of manpower training at graduate and post graduate levels for careers across the world. The department has an internationally acclaimed rare combination of hydrodynamic test facilities that include a towing tank, a wave basin, wave flumes, harbor modeling basin, supported by state of the art instrumentation as well as the expertise of the faculty team. The faculty from allied departments like the civil engineering has rich teaching and research experience in the themes of the conference. With this background, the Conference on Hydraulics, Water resources, Coastal and Environmental Engineering-2010 (HYDRO 2013 International) offers an exciting platform for academicians, engineers from industry, policy makers and administrators from all over the globe to deliberate on various conference themes.
Contributed papers reviewed by an International Scientific Committee will be selected for oral presentation. Prospective authors are requested to submit an abstract of not more than 300 words to the Conference Secretariat. The abstract should include the corresponding author’s affiliation, address, telephone, email id, fax and other contact information. It may be submitted either via regular mail, fax, e-mail or through the website. Conference proceedings in the form of CD-ROM will be published prior to the conference and will contain keynote addresses and all papers accepted for presentation in the conference, for which at least one of the authors is a reg...>>Read More