2021 International Summer School on Hydrology

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UPDATE: The Summer School, initially scheduled for July 2020, has been postponed to July 11th – 17th 2021. Nevertheless, a virtual meeting event will be hold on Monday 13 July 2020. The event will include an ‘ice-breaker’ meeting, in which students and Lecturers will have a chance of getting to know one another, followed by a series of short seminars on the topic of the School by the Lecturers. There will also be plenty of opportunities for Q&A and to interact on possible collaborative work. For further information, see the link of the virtual meeting event.

 

2021 Edition: Summer School on EXTREMES IN WATER SCIENCE

Organized by

WARREDOC, Università per Stranieri di Perugia

Colombella (Perugia, Italiy), July 11th – 17th 2021

 

Keynote Lecturers

Simon Michael Papalexiou

Ilaria Prosdocimi

Richard Vogel

 

Scientific Commitee

Roberto Deidda, Salvatore Grimaldi, Marco Marani, Elena Volpi

Background and Goals

The Summer School will focus on advances in statistical theory and applications dealing with extremes in Earth System Sciences, and in Water Science in particular. The aim is to bring PhD students, post-docs, and young scientists from different disciplines together with leading scientists in the fields of statistics of extremes, hydrology, and Earth System Science in general. Towards this aim, the School will be composed of traditional lectures on advanced topics and of group research work lead by the lecturers on topics at the boundary of the state-of-the-art

Organizing Commitee

Fabio Castelli, Aldo Fiori, Fernando Nardi, Valerio Leonardo Noto, Maria Cristina Rulli


PRACTICAL INFORMATION AND LOGISTICS

Accommodation
The lecturers and the students will be hosted at Villa La Colombella, where meals will also be served.

Further informations about Tuition, Registration Fee & Lodging will be provided soon.

 

 

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