IAHR International Association - IAHRAPD congress of the international association for hydro-environment engineering and research-asiaand pacific division (iahr-apd) 2-5 september 2018

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  • About Yogyakarta

    Yogyakarta is the capital city of the Yogyakarta Special Region

    (one of the thirty four provinces of Indonesia). The word

    "special" represents the characteristic/ uniqueness of the

    province, where up to date, the Sultan, who is the King of

    Mataram Kingdom (established in 1755 which Yogyakarta

    act as its capital) automatically become the Yogyakarta

    provincial governor.

    Yogyakarta Special Region which is populated by more than

    3,000,000 people is the second tourist destination in

    Indonesia after Bali and is renowned for its education,

    culture and tourism. There are more than 25 universities

    including Universitas Gadjah Mada, the largest University in

    Indonesia that was founded in 1949. The universities attract

    a large number of students from all over the country which

    make Yogyakarta a miniature of Indonesia.

    In term of culture, Yogyakarta is backed up by a lot of

    heritages as well as schools of art. The city is the home of

    wayang (leather puppet) and gamelan orchestra which are

    outstanding traditional performance/music that could not

    only be enjoyed, but also be learnt by tourists. Yogyakarta is

    also proud of its batik wear, which is a traditional dress

    suitable for various events, both casual and formal such as

    meetings, parties, etc.

    The physiographical condition is unique, comprising the

    active volcano of Mt. Merapi at the north, Indian Ocean at

    the south, and in between is Sultan Palace, forming a straight

    line dividing the province into two equal sizes. Prambanan (a

    Hindu temple) and Borobudur (a Buddhist temple) located at

    the adjacent province (Central Java Province) are two

    symbols of the world wonders. At the south, Yogyakarta is

    treasured with beautiful sandy beach and dunes. The daily

    high waves that surf on shore await for surfers to enjoy.

    In addition to a successful congress and further network and

    collaboration with your old and new colleagues, we hope

    that you also enjoy the culture, the heritage, the nature and

    the sun of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Just take a look of some

    places of interest near and within the City of Yogyakarta

    below.

    The Sultan palace is a favorite destination for both national

    and international tourists. The palace was built in 1755

    and was a Kingdom until 1950 after which the kingdom

    was unified with Indonesia by the Sultan will.

    This 9th-century Mahayana Buddhist Temple is the largest

    Buddhist temple in the world you should not miss.

    This large and beautiful temple was built at the

    same century as Borobudur. The temple is also used as the

    background of a famous open air Ramayana Ballet Opera

    approximately 300 m to the west of the temple.

    Mount Merapi offers a lot of interesting objects such as

    the remaining lava that buried houses and the Merapi

    Museum that worth a visit.

    This beautiful sand dunes beach is truly unique as it is the

    only one in Indonesia. The dunes was said to be dynamic

    due to seasonal changes of the wind. You may also enjoy

    the sun set or sun rise along this beach.

    THE SULTAN PALACE (6 km)

    BOROBUDUR TEMPLE (40 km)

    PRAMBANAN TEMPLE (15 km)

    MERAPI AND LAVA TOUR (20 km)

    PARANGTRITIS BEACH (25 km)

    Hindu

    CAVE PINDUL (45 km)

    The cave is inside a karst where underground river will

    float you down into and along the cave for about 350 m in

    a rubber boat. An experience of wonder once in a life time.

    Hosted by:

    UNIVERSITAS GADJAH MADA

    INDONESIAN ASSOCIATION OFHYDRAULICS ENGINEERS

    FIRSTANNOUNCEMENT

    21 CONGRESS OF

    2-5 SEPTEMBER 2018

    st

    YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA

    THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FORHYDRO-ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING ANDRESEARCH - ASIA AND PACIFIC DIVISION

    (IAHR-APD)

    IAHR

    AIRH

    International Associationfor Hydro-EnvironmentEngineering and Research

    Supported by:Universitas Gadjah MadaAssociation of Hydraulics Engineers Indonesia

    Prambanan TempleMt. Merapi summit

    ThemeMULTI-PERSPECTIVE WATER FOR

    SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

  • 21st CONGRESS OFTHE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR

    HYDRO-ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERINGAND RESEARCH-ASIA AND PACIFIC

    DIVISION (IAHR-APD)2-5 SEPTEMBER 2018

    YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA

    (Sub Themes continue)

    Water Resources

    Monitoring, Forecasting, and Warning System in

    Water-related Management, Water Resources

    Engineering and Management, Impact of Climate

    Change on Water Resources, Conflict Related to

    Water Resources, Trend in Water Use and its

    Anticipation, Groundwater and Surface Water

    Interaction, Ground Water (Artificial) Recharge, Water

    Quality

    Water-related Disaster Risk Reduction

    Community-based and Socio-Culture Approach on

    Disaster Risk Reduction, Early Warning System for

    Disaster Risk Reduction, Debris Flow, Flood and Flush

    Flood Disaster Risk Reduction, Tsunami Disaster Risk

    Reduction, Rainfall induced Landslide, Dam Break,

    Storm surge

    Special Session on Historical Water Projects and Traditional

    Water Technologies in the Asia-Pacific Region

    LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

    SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE:

    Radianta Triatmadja (Indonesian EC member IAHR-APD,

    Universitas Gadjah Mada)

    Mudjiadi (HATHI Indonesian Association of Hydraulics

    Engineers)

    Intan Supraba (Universitas Gadjah Mada)

    Doddi Yudianto (Universitas Parahiyangan)

    etc (to be named)

    Hyoseop Woo, President IAHR-APD, Korea Institute of

    Construction Technology, Korea

    Gregory Shahane De Costa, Vice President IAHR-APD,

    Unitec, Auckland, New Zealand

    Peng Jing, Secretary IAHR-APD, Institute of Water

    Resources & Hydropower Research, China

    Hitoshi Tanaka, Past President IAHR-APD, Tohoku

    University, Japan

    etc (to be named)

    Dear colleagues,

    We cordially invite you to join the 21st congress of the IAHR-

    APD to be held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The theme of the

    congress is Multi-Perspective Water for Sustainable

    Development. We believe that as a natural resource, water

    should be conserved, protected, and enhanced properly

    whilst its possible hazard is mitigated. It requires efforts that

    are better accomplished through comprehensive multi-

    perspective approaches. We encourage all researchers and

    engineers related to Hydro-Environment to contribute to the

    endeavor through the congress.

    The 21st IAHR-APD congress will be the third following two

    successful IAHR-APD congress in 1982 and 1998 hosted in

    Indonesia. We will do our best to make the incoming

    congress of 2018 be more successful and memorable. The

    congress will be hosted by Universitas Gadjah Mada in

    collaboration with The Indonesian Association of Hydraulic

    Engineers (HATHI) and supported by a number of Indonesian

    universities.

    Please keep in touch and register yourself in our website:

    so that we will be able to

    provide you with updates.

    IMPORTANT DATES :

    Starting of Abstract Acceptance: to be announced

    Deadline of Abstract Submission: Friday, 27 Oct 2017

    Notification of Abstract Acceptance : Friday, 3 Nov 2017

    Deadline of Full Paper Submission : Friday, 2 Feb 2018

    No

    Registration : Before 30 April 2018 (early bird)

    tification of Full Paper Acceptance : Friday, 16 Mar 2018

    http://iahrapd2018.ugm.ac.id/

    The Conference Sub Themes covers but not limited to:

    Engineering Hydraulics:

    River Flow Hydraulics, Hydraulics Structures, Sediment

    Transport Hydraulics, Sediment Management at

    Volcanic and/or Non-volcanic Area, Coastal and

    Estuarine Hydraulics, Reservoir Operation and

    Maintenance, Modeling of River Flow, Drainage

    Network and Coastal Dynamics

    Environmental Hydraulics:

    Indigenous Knowledge, Sustainable Water Resources

    Management, Sediment Resources Management,

    Groundwater Extraction and Environmental Impacts,

    Modeling on Environmental Hydraulics

    Hydrology:

    Stochastic Hydrology, Water Resources Engineering

    and Management, Climate Change and their Impacts

    on Water-related Dynamics, Urban Climate Hydrology,

    Rainfall-run off and flood modeling, Hydrologic

    forecasting

    Hydro Informatics

    GIS for Water-resources-related Management,

    Modeling on Climate Change, Computational

    Methods in Hydro Informatics, Optimization and

    Control, Environmental Impact Assessment

    Irrigation, Water Supply and Sanitation

    Low Land Irrigation, Low Volume Water Irrigation,

    Water Scarcity and Drought, Water and Waste Water

    Treatment, Modeling and Optimization in Irrigation

    and Water Supply, Environmental impact of Irrigation,

    Water Supply and Sanitation Project, Irrigation, Water

    Supply and Sanitation in small Islands

    (Continued in the next page)

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