Water Related Risk Management International Seminar

June 24, 2011

Indonesian Association of Hydraulics Engineering (HATHI) as one of the most leading professional organizations in the country and also as the agent of change in the field of water resources and coastal engineering is prompted to contribute in resolving the problems and reducing the impact of water related risk. Together with the Ministry of Public Works, Greater Jakarta City Government, IAHR, and HATHI intent to invite scientists, practitioners and professionals in the field of water resources and coastal engineering.

Sub Themes
1. Risk Contained in Flood / Drought and Related Problems
2. Risk Contained in Coastal Problems
3. Risk Contained in Groundwater Problems
4. Risk Contained in Urban Drainage and Water Supply
5. Risk Contained in Sosio Economic Aspects

Fom 15 July  until 17july 2011.
Borobudur Hotel

Registration Fee
International delegates        500 USD
Local delegates                     2000000 IDR
International Student            250 USD (early reg) / 300USD
local student                          1000000 IDR (early reg) / 1250000 IDR
Presentation and discussion will be delivered in English.

Contact person:
Mr Tommy Sitompul on +62.8128.0000.600
Visit them at  HATHI website

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