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The Symposium will be held at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) in Berkeley, California. Details on the location of the Lab are online.
Please remember to register before January 18, 2002 for a lower registration fee level.
$350 (after January 18, 2002)
A limited number of reduced registration positions ($100) will be available for students. Students can apply for the reduced registration fee.
Manuscripts should not exceed approximately 8 single-space pages (including figures), or approximately 4,000 words. Authors who feel that it is essential for the integrity of the presentation of their work to submit a longer manuscript, should contact the Organizing Committee. The manuscripts should be typed using Times New Roman 12 pt font.
Manuscripts should be submitted as Word files by e-mail to email@example.com by August 10, 2001. Authors who wish to submit their manuscripts using different format should contact first the Organizing Committee.
For more information or questions on the technical program contact
For more information on travel arrangements see hotel accommodations and maps and transportation to the laboratory or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The list of submitted papers, as of November 11, 2001, is available as an Excel spreadsheet. In order to read the paper titles and authors, you must have Excel on your computer and you must download the paper title file to your computer. To download the file, just click on this link, save the file to your desktop, and then open it with Excel. The detailed Symposium Agenda is now available and can also be downloaded by clicking on this link, save the file to your desktop and open it with Excel.
The proceedings of the Symposium will include a hard copy volume with extended abstracts of all papers, and a CD ROM with the full papers. The proceedings will be prepared for distribution at the Symposium.
The Organizing Committee has made arrangements to publish a significant number of the papers presented in the Symposium in a special issue of the IAHR Journal of Hydraulic Research. Upon review of the manuscripts, the authors will be advised by the organizing committee whether their paper has the potential for being published in the special issue. The authors, whose papers will be selected for publication in the special issue of the Journal, will also have the opportunity to revise their manuscripts based on comments and discussions at the Symposium and resubmit them for the special Journal issue. The papers then will undergo the normal peer review, in accordance with the rules of the Journal. Papers presented in both oral and poster sessions are qualified for inclusion in the special issue of the journal.
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