CUAHSI hosts two science meetings on opposite years: the Biennial Colloquium and the Hydroinformatics Conference. You can find out more about each here.
Additionally, starting in 2022, CUAHSI and AGU will be co-hosting the Frontiers in Hydrology Meeting. Click on the tab below for more details.
The 2021 CUAHSI Biennial is Virtual!
July 19 - 21, 2021 - 12:00 - 2:30 p.m. EDT
Interested in mentoring conversations? Want to participate in a pop-up session?
Want to see some great presentations?
Registration closes on July 15th at 11:59 PM ET
Every two years, CUAHSI hosts a symposium to bring together the diverse fields of water science to discuss developments in the hydrology sector of the Earth Sciences. Under leadership from the CUAHSI Board of Directors, researchers present their latest findings and developments, propose community workshops, and interact with colleagues from different disciplinary fields from all over the country.
CUAHSI’s Biennial Colloquium offers a unique opportunity and a casual environment for participants to discuss ideas and network with colleagues, as well as build new relationships. Students are especially encouraged to attend. View the agenda at-a-glance below, and access the full conference program here.
2019 CUAHSI Hydroinformatics Conference
Click on the image below to view the conference program.
The CUAHSI Conference on Hydroinformatics gathers researchers and practitioners to share their most recent approaches, products, and theory for, developing, applying, and maintaining hydroinformatics for valuable scientific and applied outcomes.
The CUAHSI Conference on Hydroinformatics is uniquely focused on data science and technology for water resources and hydrology. The Hydroinformatics Conference includes keynote speakers and oral, poster, and hands-on sessions.
Stay tuned for information regarding the next Hydroinformatics Conference!
Frontiers in Hydrology meeting will test innovative approaches to convene the water community, communicate science and its integration in other disciplines, and design engaging conference experiences. Leveraging collaborations between co-sponsors, the American Geophysical Union (AGU) and CUAHSI (Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc.), the conference will include engineering, urban planning, social science, and affiliated science communities.
Please visit the meeting website for more details.
Photo Credits: Liz Tran (CUAHSI)