International Surface Velocimetry Workshop 2022

3 October - 5 October 2022


We are pleased to invite you to the International Surface Velocimetry Workshop 2022. This workshop aims to share knowledge on the current state of the art and opportunities to advance surface velocimetry measurement methods, including acoustic methods, for open channels. The workshop welcomes contributions on new measurement, theoretical, numerical and signal processing velocimetry methods related to river and open channel flows. Case studies and critical applications of modern velocimetry methods are very welcome.

The workshop will be well suited to existing and potential operational users, and those involved in science and research to advance these methods.

The workshop will take place over 3 days and includes a field trip on the second day, for which transportation will be provided.

Dates: 3rd – 5th October 2022
Venue: Forrest Hills, Lancaster University, LA2 0PL, UK
Directions: https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/conferences/meetings-and-events/venues/forrest-hills/

Field trip
The field trip will involve the operational use of surface velocity monitoring tools and techniques, including:

  • Drones
  • Radar sensors
  • Fixed installation cameras

The workshop dinner will take place at Forest Hills on Tuesday 4th October.  The cost of dinner is £30 per person; you can add this to your booking via the booking form.

Accommodation has been block booked Sunday 2nd – Wednesday 5th October and is available to book at the following rates:

  • Double/Twin B&B – £57.50 per night
  • Single B&B – £49.17 per night

Please use the following link to book your accommodation:
Please book your accommodation by Friday 2nd September 2022 to guarantee booking.

Submit an abstract
We are inviting abstract submissions (250 words, we do not require a full paper).  Please indicate on the booking form if you wish to submit an abstract and complete the details on the abstract submission form.

Book your place.
The cost of the 3-day workshop is £135 per person which includes lunch, refreshments and transport to and from the river Wyre where the field trip will take place on Tuesday 4th October.
Book your place on the workshop and conference dinner HERE.

Posted on 20th July 2022 in Events, Physical Acoustics, Sensors