Innovative Solutions for Challenges in Groundwater Modeling


Join fellow FEFLOW users and renowned experts from across the globe in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia for this four-day biennial event to exchange ideas and share experiences in groundwater modelling. Users are invited to present an application of the software and participate in lively discussions on FEFLOW’s capabilities and the implications of future developments. Together, we’ll explore the latest innovations and trends in groundwater modeling and discuss practical challenges and potential solutions.

The FEFLOW International User Conference begins with two days of presentations by FEFLOW users and keynote speakers. Enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres with your peers while taking in breathtaking views of Vancouver Harbour during the Welcome Reception. Expand your skill-set through participation in two-days of hands-on FEFLOW training workshops including sessions for both beginner and advanced users to conclude this not to be missed event.

FEFLOW is widely recognized by research institutes, universities, consulting firms, and government organizations for its powerful subsurface flow and transport simulation capabilities. Offering both structured and unstructured mesh provides users with the highest degree of flexibility to account for both simple and complex geometrical configurations in great detail. Application areas include water management, mine water, saltwater intrusion, geothermal energy, and variably saturated media.

Thank you to everyone who attended our 2018 FEFLOW International User Conference. Check out photos from the event here.

Dr. Catherine Moore

Dr. Catherine Moore
Senior Scientist (Groundwater Modeling), Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization of Australia

Dr Catherine Moore is a groundwater scientist and modeller.  Most recently she has led the groundwater modelling team at GNS Science in New Zealand  and been working at CSIRO in Brisbane, Australia.  She has more than 25 years’ experience in local government, groundwater consultancies and research organizations.  Her modelling interests include the development of pragmatic tools for robust decision-support modelling, quantifying model predictive uncertainty, identifying cost-effective data acquisition and monitoring strategies, and optimising model-data assimilation.  Some of her current work is focussing on mathematical and empirical explorations of appropriate model complexity to enhance decision support.

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Keynote Speaker to be announced

Why You Should Attend

Preview new development features.

Hear about new scientific methods being implemented in FEFLOW.

Receive high quality, hands-on training at an unbeatable price.

Learn how expert users are applying new features & methods in real-world applications.

Network with your peers in an amazing venue.

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