Programa definitivo de los workshops y cursos de primer día del ISMAR 10

subido por Administrador 26. September 2018 15:57

La organización del ISMAR 10 ha dado a conocer el listado de cursos (requieren cuota de inscripción) y workshops (gratis para delegados hasta completar la capacidad del aula), que tendrán lugar el 20 de mayo de 2019 (primer día de congreso).


Así mismo está previsto el desarrollo de una misión post-congreso que será anunciada más adelante.


Más info y acceso al programa definitivo:


2019 May 20th




Short course 1:

State of the Art Techniques in Characterizing, Constructing and Operating Optimum Surface Spreading Groundwater Recharge Projects (TBC)

Instructors: Michael Milczarek, President GeoSystems Analysis, Inc., Greg Woodside, Executive Director of Planning and Natural Resources,


Short course 2:

Addressing the challenges to achieve successful groundwater recharge and recovery through wells. Comprehensive coverage of investigations required for ASR projects and their operation (TBC)

Instructors: D. Pyne, (ASR Systems, Gainesville, Florida) and Russell Martin (Wallbridge Gilbert Aztec, Adelaide, South Australia)


Workshop 3:

MAR site suitability mapping (confirmed)

Instructors: Arnaud Sterckx (International Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre, IGRAC, The Netherlands), José Bonilla (Instituto Costarricense de Acueductos y Alcantarillados, Costa Rica), Jana Sallwey (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany), Catalin Stefan (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany) and Daniel Goode (USGS).

Short course 7:

Water quality aspects of Managed Aquifer Recharge systems (TBC)

P. Stuyfzand, KWR, Watercycle Research Institute. The Netherlands



(Lecturers will donate 100% of the registration fees to ISMAR 10 to reduce the registration cost)


Short course 4:

MARSOL FP7 project. Technical solutions to increase Managed Aquifer Recharge effectiveness. MARSOL project findings regarding design and construction criteria, operation and management (confirmed)

Instructors: Dr. Enrique Fernández Escalante (Tragsa Group), Dr. Jon San Sebastián Sauto (Tragsa Group)


Short course 5:

Web-based modeling of MAR. Shares useful and accessible tools (confirmed)

Instructors: Jana Sallwey, Catalin Stefan, Jana Glaß and Ralf Junghanns (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)


Workshop 6:

Sustainable MAR in developing countries. Developing managed aquifer recharge in Latin America (confirmed)

Instructors: Dr. Edmundo Claro (CSIRO Chile); Dr. Declan Page (CSIRO Australia), Mr. Dennis Gonzalez (CSIRO, Australia).


Short course or Workshop 8:

Space reserved for organizers from the Spanish Geological Survey (IGME) (TBC)


Note: Short courses 1, 2 and 7 will require a minimum of 10 attendants to be held. See general notes at the bottom.


General notes:

  1. Maximum amount of attendants will depend on the classroom capacity. Distribution will be ready by 2018 May 1st.
  2. The number of students for Short Courses 1, 2 and 7 should exceed 10 attendants. In case any workshop would have a shorter number of booked students by 2019 May 1st that course would be deleted from the program, and their attendants would be given the possibility to move to another course or to get a cost refund.
  3. UNESCO Students from developing countries can select and attend their workshop or short course freely with no charge (thanks to their scholarships).
  4. Short courses 7 and 8 will depend on the availability of an additional classroom by the organization. If this possibility could not be achieved, both courses would be removed from the program.
  5. Short courses prices: 120 € for delegates, 80 € for accredited university students and developing countries attendants, according to the UNESCO 2017 list:
  6. A single attendant for two consecutive courses will have a reduced fee (200 € x2 or 120 € x2 respectively).



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