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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 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.

ISSN: 1388-3445 

Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year

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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 Findikakis.

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 Editorial board

Editor

Technical editors

  • Joe Shuttleworth, Water Engineering, Arup, United Kingdom

  • Sean Mulligan, Research Associate, College of Engineering and Informatics, National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG), Ireland

Editorial assistant 

Advisory board 

Ex-officio

 Latest issue

Hydrolink 3, 2021 |   Offshore Renewable Energy

Hydrolink issue 3, 2021. Offshore Renewable Energy

This issue of Hydrolink includes a summary of the key points of the recent report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), whose conclusions make clear the urgency to expand the use of all forms of renewable energy, including offshore energy production, the theme of this issue. Four articles discuss different aspects of the design, operation, and use of offshore renewable energy structures. In addition, readers will find in this issue an article on the use of machine learning for early-stage piping design. This issue on Offshore Renewable Energy has been coordinated by Guilherme Moura Paredes.

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Contents

  - Editorial by Angelos N. Findikakis and Guilherme Moura Paredes

The latest in > Climate Change Assesment 

  Notes on the August 2021 IPCC Summary for Policymakers by Roberto Ranzi

In depth > Offshore Renewable Energy

  - ATLANTIS: Shaping future robotised O&M in offshore wind by Serena Langiano, Christian Verrecchia, Miguel Marques and João Formiga

 - An innovative multi-purpose offshore platform concept for the blue economy proposed by the Blue Growth Farm Project by Yan Gao, Maurizio Collu, Fabrizio Lagasco, Giulio Brizzi, Felice Arena, Carlo Ruzzo and Anita Santoro

Exploring broader benefits of tidal range schemes by Reza Ahmadian and Nicolas Hanousek

-  A novel concept for a floating solar photovoltaic power plant in an offshore environment by Naman Baderiya, Luciana das Neves, Zafar Samadov, Damián Villaverde Vega and Ralf Bucher

The latest in> Artificial Intelligence

Machine learning for early stage piping design by Ilker Telci

Strengthening diversity and gender equity

Famous women in hydraulics: Rose Katherine Morton

 Upcoming issues

Issue 4, 2021: Extreme Flooding. Guest Editor: Alastair Barnett

Issue 1, 2022: Africa. Guest editors: David Ferras, Moez Louati and Feleke Arega

Issue 2, 2022: Citizen Science. Guest Editor: Roger (Ruo-Qian) Wang (Rutgers University)

Issue 3, 2022: Climate Change. Guest Editor: Roberto Ranzi (Chair of the IAHR TC on Climate Change Adaptation)

Issue 4, 2022: Global Water Security. Guest Editor: Roger Falconer (Chair of the IAHR WG on Global Water Security)

 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.

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