Presentation Award



We would like to encourage young researchers to further improve the research and presentation skills and celebrate the most inspiring and professional speakers who have made excellent presentations at the conference.

The way of presenting but also the quality of the presentations (content, graphics and research) will be judged by special committee (mostly Scientific Committee members).
To be eligible to the “Best Young Researchers Presentation Award” the young researcher must:
  • be no more than 35 years old on 21.05.2019 (some exceptions may be allowed e.g. maternity leave);
  • be the first author of the accepted full paper;
  • present the paper at the meeting (oral presentation);
  • be the main researcher involved in the work that is presented.
 


Note: Award sponsorship is an open option for the Sponsors


Winners of the Best Young Researchers Presentation Award 2017



First place to:
Ayurzana Badarch from Japan for his presentation:
Lattice Boltzmann method for the numerical simulations of the melting and floating of ice" (Abstract)

Second place to:
Giulio Dolcetti from United Kingdom for his presentation:
An acoustic technique to measure the velocity of shallow turbulent flows remotely" (Abstract)

Joint Third place to:

Mahshid Golzar from United Kingdom for her presentation:
A CFD based comparison of mixing due to regular and random cylinder arrays" (Abstract)

and to:
Agnieszka Rajwa-Kuligiewicz from Poland for her presentation:
Spatial distribution of dissolved oxygen at rapid hydraulic structures as an indicator of local-scale processes"" (Abstract)


 
  All winners have become members of the IAHR in 2017 for free. If you also want to be a member of the IAHR please click here.


 
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