FEFLOW International User Conference

Hamburg, Germany | Oct 8-11, 2024

FEFLOW INTERNATIONAL USER CONFERENCE

Groundwater Modelling Without Limits

Hamburg, Germany
Oct 8-11, 2024

Mark your calendar for this year’s four-day tri-annual FEFLOW International User Conference!

Join us alongside fellow FEFLOW users and esteemed experts from across the globe as we converge in the enchanting city of Hamburg. This event is your passport to a world of exploration, where we will exchange ideas, share experiences, and dive deep into the realm of groundwater modelling. Want to stay informed? Register your interest today!

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Why Attend?

Global Exchange
Engage in vibrant discussions with like-minded individuals, learn from renowned experts, and present your own FEFLOW software applications. It’s a golden opportunity to showcase your work and gain valuable insights.

Future Visions
Delve into the limitless possibilities of FEFLOW’s capabilities and explore the exciting implications of future developments, charting the course for cutting-edge advancements in groundwater modelling.

Innovations Unveiled
Stay ahead of the curve by exploring the latest innovations and trends in groundwater modelling. We’ll tackle real-world challenges and discuss potential solutions, fostering collaborative growth.

Hands-On Workshops
Elevate your skills with immersive FEFLOW training workshops. Whether you’re a novice or an advanced user, we’ve got tailored sessions to ensure you leave this event with newfound expertise.

Keynote Speakers

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Prof. Inga Moeck

Prof. Dr. Inga Moeck is structural geologist and joined the Faculty of Geosciences and Geography at the Georg-August-University in January 2018 when she received her professor position in Applied Geothermics and Geohydraulics. This position is a joint professorship of University Göttingen and Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics (LIAG), where she is Chair of Section Geothermics and Information Systems.

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Prof. Philippe Renard

Since 2005, Prof. Philippe Renard has led the Stochastic Hydrogeology Group at the University of Neuchâtel. Their research focuses on reservoir characterization, from modern techniques for well test interpretation to 3D geological modeling and recent geostatistical techniques. Prof. Philippe Renard also enjoys the classical field of hydrogeology, practical case studies, and conducting laboratory experiments.

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Stay tuned for the reveal of our
third and final keynote speaker.

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