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  • COURSES & EVENTS CALENDAR 2016

    UNITED KINGDOM FLOODING, URBAN WATER, COAST & MARINE, SURFACE & GROUNDWATER, ENVIRONMENT & ECOSYSTEMS

    BUILDING EXPERTISE

  • COURSE & EVENTS CALENDAR 2016

    LOCATION

    MODELLING LONG-TERM SHORELINE EVOLUTION IN COMPLEX COASTAL PROJECTS

    Using MIKE 21 FM Shoreline Morphology (SM) - 2 days 26-27 April Southampton,

    UK

    BATHING WATER QUALITY AND EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS

    How to improve bathing water management with focus on human health - 2 days

    10-11 May Southampton,

    UK

    MANAGEMENT, MONITORING AND MODELLING OF ESTURAIES

    Introduction to estuarine dynamics, data and survey methods -1 or 2 days

    22-23 June Coventry,

    UK

    COASTAL FLOODING - ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT

    Preparing for flooding and the impact of climate change on your coasts -1 or 2 days

    22-23 June Coventry,

    UK

    MODELLING OF STORM WATER FOR GREEN CITIES

    Implementation and design of SuDS at both screening and detailed design level, including water quality - 1 or 2 days

    22-23 June Coventry,

    UK

    MIKE 21/3 SEDIMENT MODELLING

    Sediment transport using the 2D sand (ST) and 2/3D mud (MT) models from the FM suite - 1 day

    11 October Southampton,

    UK

    MIKE HYDRO RIVER ECO LAB Water quality and ecological modelling in rivers - 2 days 22-23 November Southampton,

    UK

    MIKE 21 WAVE MODELLING Introduction to the Spectral Wave (SW) and Boussinesq Wave (BW) models - 2 days

    Upon Request Southampton,

    UK

    COASTAL DEVELOPMENT Processes, regulation and management - 2 days Upon request Southampton,

    UK

    WATER RESOURCES INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

    Introduction to Information Management using MIKE INFO - 2 days

    Upon request Southampton,

    UK

    FOCUS AREA TITLE DATES

    2016 DHI UK & IRELAND SYMPOSIUM, MACDONALD ANSTY

    HALL, WARWICKSHIRE, 21-22 JUNE 2016

    The Symposium is a free-of-charge knowledge sharing event for water and environmental professionals comprising both conference-style presentations on Day 1 and training courses on Day 2. The conference is open to everyone and you certainly do not need any experience with MIKE software to come along and join in. The Symposium offers the chance to meet people in both formal sessions as well as over dinner and during breakout sessions. You will also be able to meet the local DHI support team and DHI staff from Head Office, as well as your contemporaries from consultancy, academia and research.

  • MODELLING LONG-TERM SHORELINE EVOLUTION IN COMPLEX COASTAL PROJECTS Using MIKE 21 FM Shoreline Morphology (SM)

    This two-day gives you a good understanding of the capabilities of the new MIKE 21 FM Shoreline Morphology (MIKE 21 FM SM). The aim is to enable you to set up and use the shoreline model in complex coastal projects.

    Introduction to MIKE 21 FM Shoreline Morphology (MIKE 21 FM SM) Introduction to Shoreline Morphology Mesh Generator tools

    Using the Shoreline Morphology tools in practice

    Hands-on exercises

    BATHING WATER QUALITY AND EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS How to improve bathing water management with focus on human health

    This two-day course gives you an overview of the most important parts of the European Bathing Water Directive as well as an introduction to real life cases of good management of bathing water and different early warning methods.

    Bathing water quality

    Dynamic early warning systems

    Examples of implementation at Danish and Swedish beaches

    EU directives and national legislation

    MANAGEMENT, MONITORING AND MODELLING OF ESTUARIES Introduction to estuarine dynamics, data and survey methods

    This one/two-day course introduces you to estuarine dynamics, wind generated waves, stratified flow, transport of fine cohesive sediments. Interaction between sediment transport, morphological evolution, flora, fauna and water quality discussed.

    Estuarine physical processes and morphology

    Understanding of numerical models Minimisation of sedimentation in harbour

    basins Disposal of fine sediments Hydraulic impact of infrastructure projects

    COASTAL FLOODING - ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT Preparing for flooding and the impact of climate change on your coasts

    In this one/two-day course you learn how to develop coastal flood risk assessments & maps. Focus is on estimation of extreme marine events & the practical application of flood management tools. The effect of climate change on coastal floods is discussed.

    Overview of tools for coastal floods analysis What to request and expect from a model Assessment of extreme marine events : How to set up a flood model Mapping flood risks, values and economic

    costs Methods to evaluate the effectiveness of

    proposed adaptation measures

    MODELLING OF STORM WATER FOR GREEN CITIES Methods and structures

    This one/two-day course gives you an introduction to different approaches to the modelling of various types of green infrastructure in MIKE URBAN and their effect on different types of storm events. Modelling of storm water quality is also included.

    Modelling of green solutions Modelling the different elements of a green

    infrastructure Developments in urban storm water

    modelling with MIKE URBAN How to couple the green solutions with an

    existing drainage network Storm water quality and the modelling

    thereof Applying treatment water quality measures

    to various types of green infrastructure

    MIKE 21/3 SEDIMENT MODELLING Sediment transport using the 2D sand (ST) and 2/3D mud (MT) models from the FM suite

    This one-day course aims to enable you to set up and run sediment modelling simulations using the MIKE 21 FM Sand Transport and Mud Transport models in a coupled setup with flow and wave models. When to apply a 3D approach is also discussed.

    Fundamentals of fine sediment and sand transport modelling

    Application of MIKE 21 ST FM and MIKE 21/3 MT FM

    Setting up wave and flow conditions Specifying sand properties, particles and

    sediments

    MIKE HYDRO RIVER ECO LAB 1D water quality and ecological modelling

    This two-day course teaches you the fundamentals of ecological modelling and gives you an introduction on how to develop an ecological model and set it up using MIKE HYDRO River ECO Lab. Focus is on 1D systems.

    Fundamentals of ecological modelling Introduction to ECO Lab and dialogue

    overview Guidelines for ecological model

    development How to set up the MIKE HYDRO River ECO

    Lab

    MIKE 21 WAVE MODELLING Introduction to the Spectral Wave (SW) and Boussinesq Wave (BW) models

    This two-day course helps you predict and analyse wave climates in offshore and coastal areas and wave conditions in ports and behind structures where accurate assessment of wave impact is of utmost importance.

    Application of MIKE 21 SW and BW How to set up models based on flexible

    mesh (unstructured grid) and on rectilinear grid

    Decision of spectral formulation Creating porosity & sponge layer maps

    COASTAL DEVELOPMENT Processes, regulations and management

    This two-day course gives you an understanding of the physical and chemical processes related to dredging and reclamation, their potential environmental impacts and tools to help you sustainably manage these projects within their regulatory setting.

    Dredging and reclamation process and techniques

    Environmental impacts and mitigation Sediment properties and processes EIA and stakeholder management Optimisation of design and operations Monitoring and management

    WATER RESOURCES INFORMATION MANAGEMENT Introduction to information management using MIKE INFO

    This two-day, hands-on course gives you a sound knowledge of information management Best Practices and how to configure systems to support your specific needs and the decision support processes.

    Data and information management Best Practices

    Integration with water resources management practices

    Configuration of systems to support specific needs and the decision support process

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    DHI Water Environments (UK) Ltd Ocean Village Innovation Centre, Ocean Way, Southampton SO14 3JZ, United Kingdom

    Telephone: +44 (0)2380 381961

    mike.uk@dhigroup.com http://worldwide.dhigroup.com/uk

    Every year thousands of water professionals all over the world attend THE ACADEMY by DHI courses and events. THE ACADEMY courses are available both as standard and tailored courses designed according to your specific requests and based upon your own data. THE ACADEMY by DHI offers a range of course topics of various durations and targeting different levels of water professionals, including managers/decision makers, mid-level professionals and technicians. MIKE Powered by DHI courses Our MIKE courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and

    teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These

    courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE

    tools for building decision support systems.

    Thematic courses Our thematic courses enable you to consider concepts, applications and decision support principles for the entire business process within current areas such as aquaculture & agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast & marine, surface & groundwater, urban

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