HMEM Conference 2017

We are excited for you to attend the leading international conference on the development of new techniques for collecting, processing and interpreting hydraulics related data. You will have access to the latest developments in experimental hydraulics and network with many experts from academics, research scientists and practitioners.

Technical Program

HMEM 2017 Technical ProgramThe Technical Program is out now. Start planning your HMEM 2017 experience today!

Invitation Letter from the HMEM Conference 2017 Steering Committee

Dear Colleagues,
The organizing committee for the Hydraulic Measurements and Experimental Methods 2017 Conference (HMEM 2017) is excited to invite you to the leading international conference on the development of new techniques for collecting, processing, and interpreting hydraulic data. Attending this conference will put you in touch with recent developments in the rapidly developing fields of hydraulic measurements and research. You will interact with... Read the rest of the letter (PDF)

Top 5 Reasons to Attend

  • Interact with leaders in the profession and learn about professional trends
  • Participate in dialog on Hydraulic Measurements and Experimental Methods that are affecting the profession
  • Learn about the latest trends and techniques being applied to projects by clients and competitors in the industry
  • Showcase their organization’s presence in the profession and marketplace
  • Earn professional development hours (PDH's) by attending technical sessions and workshops.

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Hydraulic Measurements & Experimental Methods Conference Location; University of New Hampshire

UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
105 Main Street
Durham, NH 03824

Questions

(800) 548-2723
International
+1 (703) 295-6300
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Steering Committee

Daniel G. Wren, Ph.D, M.ASCE, Chair
USDA
David Admiraal, A.M.ASCE, Co-Chair
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Anne Lightbody, Secretary
University of New Hampshire

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