Backgrounds & Objectives
International Scientific Committee
Registration & Fees
Papers & Abstracts
BackgroundDanube Conferences traditionally are the common connections of the hydrological regional cooperation. These meetings commenced in Budapest in 1961. Since 1975, cooperation has been conducted within the framework of the International Hydrological Programme (IHP) of UNESCO.
Danube Conferences are the discussion platform for hydrologists from different countries of the Danube basin. This allows to discuss the important problems of modern hydrology, which are very actual to the Danube basin, namely the hydrological modelling and forecasting, floods and droughts, water quality and pollutants, water management, water security, climate and streamflow changes etc.
The XXVIIIth Conference, in a series of biennial conferences alternatingly held by the Danubian countries, is now planned.
ObjectivesThe aims of the Conference are:
Both methodological approaches as well as case studies from the Danubian countries are welcome.