Alpine Rivers are working for Us


  • River Restoration: Fluvial-Geomorphic and Ecological Tools

    11-15 June 2018, Provence FR

    This shortcourse/workshop emphasizes understanding geomorphic process as a sound basis for planning and designing river restoration projects and programs, with specific applications and field visits to Mediterranean and mountain environments.  The course draws heavily on innovative process-based river restoration and management experiences in France and elsewhere in the EU, complemented by experiences in North America.  Instruction includes lectures, field exercises, problem sets and workshops on approaches to planning and implementing process-based restoration, with instructors drawn from both sides of the Atlantic.

    This course is held the week immediately after the IS.Rivers Conference and is a great opportunity to combine river science with the distinctive Provencal culture of landscape and cuisine, and international connections.


  • Mid-Project International Workshop Lyon (FRANCE)

    The HyMoCARES Mid-Project International Workshop will be held On 4 June 2018  at the IS Rivers Conference in Lyon (FRANCE)

  • I.S.Rivers Conference


    Register before April 8th to benefit from the early-bird discount rate!

    From Monday 4 to Friday 8 June, 2018, at the University Lyon 2 (France), come and meet researchers, practitioners, policymakers, technicians from all over the world - engaged in integrative sciences and the sustainable development of rivers.

  • HyMoCARES - III° Steering Committee Meeting - Partner Meeting

    On 4,5,6 April 2018 the III° HyMoCARES Steering Committee Meeting (Partner Meeting) will take place in Austria

  • Introduction of the HyMoCARES project

    For February 2018 a meeting is planned with Robert Fenz (head of the sector water management in the ministry - AUSTRIA), where BOKU will introduce the HyMoCARES project (as well as SedALP results) as a solution to implement the goals which the ministry defined in the new national water management plan regarding the development of catchment-wide sediment management concepts.