Nordic International Hydrometry Workshop

Dear all

The time has come to register for the Nordic International Hydrometry Workshop!

More detailed information can be found in this pdf:

Register here:

Please submit your registration before the 21st of June!

In the attached document you will find more detailed information on where to register, recommended hotels with discounts and information on how to get to the venue.

This years theme will be an intercomparison on the management and operations of hydrological observation networks across different agencies. As always, there will be plenty of more topics such as ice-affected measurements, emerging technologies, rating curves, hydraulic modelling etc.

As always, the workshop is user driven, so the final programme and speakers will take on a more clear form as everyone starts sending in proposed topics.

Preliminary projections of attendance seem to be at around 80-100 participants. We are very pleased to see an influx of agencies from nations which we have not had the pleasure of becoming acquainted with in previous years workshops.

With the help of NVE we have also secured funding for the participation of Dave Mueller PhD, PE (creator of QRev/QRevINT/QRevMS) to present QRev. We are also pleased to welcome Kevin Oberg, former national coordinator of hydroacoustics at USGS to chair the ADCP-session.

While this event’s main focus is to further collaborate and exchange knowledge between hydrometric agencies, we also welcome the participation of commercial entities. We will provide specific locations and timeslots to showcase products or services. Outside the designated space, companies are also welcome and we invite them to engage in an open dialogue, share knowledge and enjoy the opportunity to meet people who share the same passion.

Apart from a jam-packed schedule with presentations, discussions and workshops, we are also making sure that the evenings will be filled with activities for networking in a more relaxed setting.

Feel free to circulate this invitation to anyone you may think is interested in hydrometry.

Best regards

NIHW 2024 organizing committee