HOME > Hydrolink Magazine
Editorial Board Latest issue (Free access) Upcoming issues Previous issues (Free access) Advertise in Hydrolink
Hydrolink is the primary magazine of the IAHR community and one of the highest-rated member benefits. It brings you the latest developments in the field of hydro-environment engineering and research through articles on projects, research, and new methods and tools of interest to the community. It also provides a platform for reporting on IAHR Conferences and news from our members, and offers a forum for exchanging information and spreading the word on topics and projects relevant to the community.
The online version of Hydrolink is open to non-members since 2021 as part of the efforts of the association to disseminate and share knowledge. In addition to the online version, IAHR members will continue to receive their full colour printed copy at their desks periodically as a membership benefit.
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
Latest issue ↑
2023 marks the midpoint of the Water Action Decade (2018-2028) aimed at mobilizing and supporting efforts to achieve internationally agreed water-related goals and targets, including those contained in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Recognizing that progress towards achieving the water-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is not on track, the UN 2023 Water Conference aims at producing a Water Action Agenda, calling on pledges to action from governments, water professionals and all stakeholders to accelerate work on the SDGs. IAHR, as a partner of the UN-Water platform, is contributing to the effort to reach specific targets of the SDGs through the work of its technical committees on different relevant aspects of hydro-environment engineering and research. The nature of this work reflects the significant changes in water engineering over the last sixty years or so, from the time that the design of water infrastructure was based on strictly technical and economic criteria to today’s very different philosophy of planning and design. In contrast to past approaches, today’s engineering is (and must be) much more holistic and inclusive. It considers potential environmental impacts, has embraced the principles of sustainable development, and explores and implements nature-based solutions. In addition, engineers are making progress towards accounting for social, gender equity, environmental justice issues, increasing the engagement of engineers with all stakeholders, including other sectors such as health, education or via the Water-Food-Energy nexus, and improving the ways they can work more effectively with policy makers and financing organisations. This issue of Hydrolink includes articles from the leadership of four IAHR Technical Committees that discuss the contributions of their work to the SDGs.
In-depth > Sustainable Development Goals
Interview with UN-Water - Federico Properzi
Hydraulic Structures - At the Heart of 21st Century Global Sustainable Development by Sean Mulligan, Stefan Felder, Elena Pummer, Daniel Valero, Valentin Heller, Sebastien Erpicum, Mario Oertel, Fabian Bombardelli and Brian Crookston
Integrated flood risk management as a tool to achieve UN Sustainable Development Goals by Daniela Molinari, Benjamin Dewals, Stefan Haun, Kamal El Kadi Abderrezzak, Ravindra Vitthal Kal
Climate Change Predictionand Adaptation in Ecohydraulics by Gregory B. Pasternack, Daniele Tonina, Roser Casas-Mulet, Ana Adeva-Bustos, Davide Vanzo, Andrew John and Rafael Tinoco
Accelerating change towards the SDGs: The role of information and communication by Elpida Kolokytha and Carlos de Oliveira Galvão
Environmental Engineering: Connecting to Nature with Virtual Reality by Jörg Imberger
Digital Water and AI by Vladan Babovic
Also in this issue
Upcoming issues ↑
Issue 2, 2023: Hydropower
Issue 3, 2023: NetZero
Previous issues ↑
The online version of Hydrolink is open to non-members in 2021 as part of the efforts of the association to disseminate and share knowledge. In addition to the online version, IAHR members will continue to receive their full colour printed copy at their desks periodically as a membership benefit.
Full access to previous issues Join IAHR!
Advertise with us
Hydrolink currently reaches around 24,000 subscribers targeted as researchers, water engineers, academics, water practitioners, and industry representatives and provides you with the best platform to carry your message to the hydro-environment engineering community. Please check our advertisement rates and offers.
Information for authors
Most articles published in every issue focus on a specific theme developed by the Editor with the support of the Hydrolink Advisory Board and the IAHR Executive Committee. If you would like to propose a theme for a future issue, or contribute an article on one of the planned themes, please contact either the editorial assistant, Estibaliz Serrano, or the editor, Angelos N. Findikakis.
>> Instructions and guidelines for authors [PDF format]
Editorial board ↑
Angelos N. Findikakis, Bechtel Fellow, Bechtel Corp, USA
Estíbaliz Serrano, IAHR Secretariat Madrid Office, Spain, firstname.lastname@example.org
Luis Balairón, Director of Hydraulics Laboratory, CEDEX - Ministry Public Works, Spain
Jean Paul Chabard, Professor at Ecole des Ponts Paris Tech, Project Manager, EDF Research & Development, France
Jaap C.J. Kwadijk, Scientific director, Deltares, The Netherlands
Henrik Madsen, Head of Research and Development, DHI, Denmark
Rafaela Matos, Head of Hydraulics and Environment Department, Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil (LNEC), Portugal
Sean Mulligan, VorTech Water Solutions and National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG), Ireland
Yasuo Nihei, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Jing Peng, Vice President, China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research, China
Olivier Bertrand, Project Manager, Artelia Eau & Environnement, France
James Sutherland, Principal Scientist, HR Wallingford, UK
Karla González Novion, Executive Director, Instituto Nacional de Hidráulica, Chile
Peter Goodwin, Past President of IAHR, President of University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, United States of America