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‘eWaterCycle’ presentation
    2017-November-8  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

知名教授北大深圳研究生院开讲水资源

Bai Ruojing

bairj@pkusz.edu.cn

Faculty members and students with the School of Environment and Energy (SEE), Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School sat in on a lecture about global water resources forcasting presented by a leading scientist in the field on Monday.

Professor Nick van de Giesen, a faculty member of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Delft University of Technology, visited SEE and delivered a presentation on the “eWaterCycle” project.

The project led by van de Giesen is the first operational global model that can forecast water conditions up to 10 days in advance. Using the latest development in science and high-performance computing, he calculates how much water is available in each part of the world at present and in the near future. These forecasts are available for everyone to access (http://forecast.ewatercycle.org), and professionals from around the globe are welcome to contribute data.

Delft University of Technology tops the list of Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) in water resource research this year. Both van de Giesen and Qin Huapeng, executive dean of SEE, said they will explore ways for students to get involved in the “eWaterCycle” project.

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