Workshop Distributed hydrological modeling made simple with wflow (Saturday 8 september)

Saturday, 08 September 2018

Room 2
Mercure Hotel Adi Sucipto, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Date 08 September 2018
Time 08:30 - 17:00
Workshop
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Registry fee Free
Chair Mark Hegnauer
 
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Description

wflow is Deltares’ open source hydrological modelling framework which is used in many projects to simulate the rainfall-runoff processes on catchment scale. Recently the wflow modelbuilder has been developed, a tool that makes it easy to set up a wflow model with global data, anywhere in the world.

Introduction of the wflow hydrological model

In this workshop we will give a short introduction of the wflow hydrological model, discuss recent developments and future plans for wflow, and show you how to set up a model with the wflow modelbuilder.

wflow modelbuilder - learn to build your own model

The wflow modelbuilder is part of a broader effort to quickly set up models from global data, so that you can start modelling and calibrating and don't have to spend too much time on collecting, structuring and resampling data: 3 clicks to a model. In this hands-on course you will make your own model based on global datasets and link it to the new Delft-FEWS SEA. This default Delft-FEWS set-up provides the graphical user interface, and a platform to build your application upon.

Please bring your (windows 64 bit) laptop!

Session information and related workshops

The complete workshop consists of one morning and one afternoon session. Please make sure to join both sessions. The same workshop is also given on Friday. Click here if you want to join the Friday sessions.

Interested in the role of wflow in flood forecasting systems? Follow the Delft-FEWS workshop on friday

Want to know how discharges generated by wflow can be used for river basin simulation? Attend the RIBASIM short course on friday.

Notice that by registering for this workshop, you cannot register for another workshop on the same day!