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NewsFlash Europe (NFE) is an electronic newsletter by the International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR). Published every three months and distributed free of charge to those interested in hydro-environmental engineering, sustainability and research, NewsFlash Europe provides information on IAHR activities and communities in Europe.

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Editors

Anastasios I. Stamou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Anastasios I. Stamou is professor in computational methods in environmental fluid mechanics and in the design of environmental hydraulic works at the Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece. Prof. Stamou has been a member of IAHR since 1996 and is a member of the IAHR technical committees on Ecohydraulics, Flood Risk Management, Water Resources Management, and Education.


Ian Guymer, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

Ian Guymer is professor of civil engineering at the Department of Civil and Structural Engineering of the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom. His research interests centre around the mixing and transport of contaminants and pollutants in coastal and estuarine areas, rivers, urban drainage, and most recently, pipe distribution systems.

He joined IAHR in 2003 and was chair of the IAHR United Kingdom division until August 2017. Mr Guymer is a member of the IAHR technical committees on Ecohydraulics, Experimental Methods and Instrumentation, Education and Professional Development, and Global Water Issues, and of the IAHR/IWA technical committees on Urban Drainage and Hydroinformatics.


Kamal El Kadi Abderrezzak, Électricité de France, France

Kamal El Kadi Abderrezzak is a researcher at the Division of Research and Development of Électricité de France. He joined IAHR in January 2015. Mr El Kadi has been chair of the IAHR working group on Reservoir Sedimentation since August 2019 and is a member of the IAHR technical committees on Fluvial Hydraulics, Experimental Methods and Instrumentation, Flood Risk Management, and Fluid Mechanics. He has also served as an associate editor of the IAHR Journal of Applied Water Engineering and Research (JAWER) since April 2020. 


Tiago João Fazeres Marques Ferradosa, Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP), Portugal

Dr. Fazeres Ferradosa is a researcher at FEUP and CIIMAR. He is currently responsible for the R&D unit Offshore Structures & Foundations at the Research Group of Hydraulic Structures and Marine Energy. He has a MSc. thesis developed at University College London (UK) and a Ph.D. thesis developed in FEUP. He develops is work on offshore foundations, risk and reliability analysis, scour phenomena, sea climate modelling and extreme events theory applied to ocean engineering and erosion phenomena. His interests are extended to statistical joint modelling of sea climate, namely, the modelling of wave heights and periods applied to infrastructures’ and coastal safety design, under Climate Change effects. From 2015-2019, he was the President of the IAHR Portugal Young Professionals Network (YPN-PT-IAHR).


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