About the Course
Geoinformatics and Geocomputational Modeling for Water Resources Engineering and Environmental Science course not only provides a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of geoinformatics but also demonstrates how GIS and Mathematical models can be integrated to develop spatial decision support systems to support water resources and environmental planning, management and engineering.
The course has been designed to enhance the technical skills of the faculty, engineers, scientists, scholars and students and make aware of the recent advances in GIS and Geocomputation methods. The benefits and challenges of integrating mathematical models within GIS in water resources and environmental fields will be dealt in this course, demonstrating how the conjunctive use of these technologies can be employed to harness increasingly available digital data and develop spatially-oriented sustainable solutions.
More specifically, the course will introduce the participant to both geospatial and modeling methods and demonstrate how they both can be integrated to provide unified solutions. The course adopts a hands-on approach and emphasizes active learning by balancing theory and hands-on problem-solving.
Who is it for
- Employees of Government, Public and Private sector having at least a graduate degree.
- Student at all levels (Senior B. Tech./M.Sc./M.Tech./Ph.D.)
- Faculty from academic institutions and technical institutions.
- Researcher in industry.
- Scientist in a research organization.
Day 1: Overview of Technologies
Day 2: Geospatial Datasets and Analysis
Day 3: Decision-Theoretic and Statistical Modeling Techniques
Day 4: Information-Theoretic Modeling
Day 5: Conceptual and Physics-Based Modeling
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- Industry/Research Organisation Officers: Rs 20000
- Government, Public and Private Sector Employees: Rs 15000
- Academic Institutions
a) Faculty: Rs 10000
b) Student/Scholar: Rs 5000
The last for registration is September 1, 2018.