Workshop on Advanced measurement Techniques and Experimental Research - W.A.T.E.R. - cod. 5647 (2019)

Year 2019
Code 5647
Main Department DICAM
Campus Bologna
Cost 400 euro
Starting date Jun 24, 2019
Finishing date Jun 28, 2019
Application deadline Jun 14, 2019 (Expired)
Enrollment start and end Within 14 June 2019
Learning outcomes
provide training on theoretical and practical knowledge concerning advanced measurement techniques used for research in the fields of hydraulics and fluid mechanics and in multiple applications, both in the laboratory and in the field. To achieve this goal, participants are offered a path in which the theoretical principles, on which each measurement technique is based, are given. Subsequently, the necessary knowledge concerning the use of the instrumentation are learnt. Finally, the participants will carry out in exercises involving the direct use of measuring instruments. The theoretical-practical approach of W.A.T.E.R. offers participants the opportunity to investigate various physical variables (such as velocity profiles, turbulence intensity, seabed topography, sediment streams), using state-of-the-art equipment provided by companies that support the initiative. The Summer School is also a meeting point between young researchers and innovative companies, such as start-ups, operating in the field of advanced measurement techniques for fluid mechanics. This fosters the exchange and cooperation between different institutions in a context of international, friendly and advanced research.
Number of participants
Min. 12 - Max. 30
Duration
1 week
Language
English
Admission qualifications
First cycle degree/Bachelor - 180 ECTS (General policies and regulations D.M. 270) in the following course classes: L-6 Geography, L-7 Civil and Environmental Engineering, L-8 Information Engineering, L-9 Industrial Engineering, L-25 Agricoltural and Forestal Science and Technology, L-27 Chemical Science and Technolgy, L-30 Physical Science and Technolgy, L-31 Informatic Science and Technolgy, L-32 Environmental and Natural Science and Technolgy, L-34 Geological Science, L-35 Matemathical Science or First cycle degree/Bachelor of the same subject area, (General policies and regulations DM 509/99 and previous degree programme system).

Other degrees are also accepted, provided they are supported by qualified and documented professional experience or additional documented post-graduate training in the subjects covered by the programme.

Ms-degree students in the courses/classes mentioned above are also eligible to participate in the W.A.T.E.R. Summer School.
Academic director
Cristiana Bragalli
Place of teaching
DICAM
Study plan
  • Introduction to Acoustic Doppler and Backscatter techniques for the measurements of flux velocity and sediment loads - ICAR/01 - Massimo Guerrero
  • Introduction to Particle Image Velocimetry - ICAR/01 - Rui Ferreira
  • Quantitative Image Processing and introduction to Particle Tracking Velocimetry - ICAR/01 - Massimo Guerrero
Compulsory attendance
100%