Ladies and gentlemen,
we would like to invite you to the XXIX Conference of the Danubian countries to be held in Brno, Czech Republic between September 6 and 8, 2021. The Conference will focus on hydrological topics and current research needs in the Danubian region.
The current pandemic situation and the associated measures brought us to the idea to enable attendance at the Conference not only in person, but also virtually for those, who do not want to travel during these uncertain times.
The Conference of the Danubian Countries will be followed by the Conference of Czech and Slovak hydrologists “Hydrologické dny” (Hydrological Days), held between September 8 and 10, 2021 . It is possible to attend both conferences. More information can be found at www.hydrologickedny.cz.
|Jan 31, 2021||Deadline for extended abstract submission|
|Feb 28, 2021||Notification of acceptance|
|Apr 30, 2021||Deadline for registration|
|May 31, 2021||Deadline for full paper text submission|
combined fee for the XXIX Conference of the Danubian Countries and the Hydrological days is 350 EUR.
The Conference fee will cover the expenses for the conference attendance, publishing of abstracts, e-book of full papers), conference dinner and refreshments during the conference. The excursions and accommodation are not included in the conference fees.
The conference will take place in the Hotel International Brno right in the city center of Brno. More information about the hotel can be found at www.hotelinternational.cz.
List of possible excursions and further details will be provided later.
This is just a preliminary general conference schedule. Exact list of presentations and presenters will be updated when available.
Answers to common questions and practical information.
The conference language is English.
The registration fee includes food and beverages, publication of papers.
The registration fee does NOT include accommodation and excursion costs.
Registration will be possible online via this page soon.
Second largest city in the Czech Republic with approximately 400 thousand inhabitants, lying in the South Moravian region at the confluence of the Svratka and Svitava rivers, 200 km SE from the capital of Prague.
The region belongs to the Danube basin and one of the major attractions in Brno is the Brno Reservoir, built on the Svratka River in the NW part of the city in the 20th century.