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Newsflash World

NewsFlash World

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NewsFlash World is a digital monthly publication of the International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR) distributed, free of charge, to anyone interested in water engineering and research. It has a circulation of around 25,000 addresses.

For people focused on Europe, IAHR also publishes mid-month NewsFlash Europe as a complement to Newsflash.

Editor

 David Ferras
 UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, the Netherlands

  With BSc in Civil Engineering, MSc in Hydroinformatics and a PhD in the field of hydraulic transients,
  Dr Ferras has five years of working experience in master planning of urban water cycle. After his PhD,
  he carried out a Postdoc period at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) in the field of Water-Energy Nexus.
  Currently he holds a Lecturer-Researcher position in the department of Environmental Engineering
  and Water Technology, IHE-Delft, in the field of Water Transport and Distribution.
  His main research interests lie in the fields of pressurized transient flow, fluid-structure interaction,
  intermittent water supply and water-energy nexus.

email: d.ferras@un-ihe.org 
 

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