Dear FEFLOW User,
Once more we would
like to draw your attention to the 2nd International FEFLOW
User Conference. Please find more detailed information about the
keynote lectures, the user presentations and the training workshops in the section
Donít miss out on this excellent opportunity to pick up additional FEFLOW
knowledge and insight into the modeling market! As some of the
post-conference workshops are close to being fully booked, we recommend registering
as soon as possible.
Showing our strong and
consistent commitment to groundwater professionals all over the world, we are
proud to announce that DHI-WASY is the very first and so far only sponsor
of the International Association of
With our support we contribute to the global exchange of knowledge in the
hydrogeology field. Members from developing countries will benefit from
sponsoring in particular.
In the week after
the Mine Water Conference in South Africe on October 28-30 a FEFLOW training course is
offered in collaboration with DHI South Africa in Johannesburg. Please see
the FEFLOW training website or contact Andrew Pott (email@example.com,
phone +27 117047877) for details.
At the end of this
newsletter, we have listed the new FEFLOW patches and upcoming training
fall this year, besides the regular FEFLOW training courses we will offer a broad range of free online seminars and short courses to facilitate the transition from the current FEFLOW 5.x
versions to the upcoming FEFLOW 6.
We are looking forward to see many of you in September in Potsdam!
Your FEFLOW Services Team
The preliminary conference program consists of six keynote lectures by internationally renowned experts, about 40 oral user presentations, a poster session, and a conference dinner.
|Real-time groundwater modelling
||Professor of Hydromechanics at the ETH Zurich, Switzerland
|Variable density groundwater flow: From current challenges to future possibilities
||Professor of Hydrogeology at Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, and Director of the Australian National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training
|Studies in well vulnerability: Land use optimization and model comparisons
||Professor Emeritus of the University of Waterloo's (Canada) Earth Sciences Department
|Modelling borehole heat exchanger systems
||H.-J. G. Diersch
|Director of the Groundwater Modelling Centre for the DHI Group at DHI-WASY and chief developer of FEFLOW, Professor for flow dynamics, Berlin, Germany
|Coupled flow, mass, and heat transport at groundwater-surface water boundaries: Field observations and numerical modelling
||Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Geology of the University of Copenhagen, Denmark
|Multigrid methods and parallel computing
||Deputy Head of the Department for Numerical Software at Fraunhofer Institute for Algorithms and Scientific Computing SCAI in St. Augustin, Germany
The entire preliminary program and more details can be found on http://feflow2009.dhi-wasy.de.
The following bugfix versions are now available:
The following open-enrollment training courses will take place later this year. Customer-specific and in-house courses can be organized on demand. Please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for discussing your personal training needs!
For the transition from FEFLOW 5.x to FEFLOW 6 we also offer free online seminars of approx. 1.5 hours duration, schedule in Central European Time CET (UTC+1) or Central European Summer Time CEST (UTC+2). Prior registration is necessary!