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Five most recommendable workshop for the students pursuing masters or phd in water and energy related subjects

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The following workshops are scheduled for October 2023 and January 2024: Risk Management in Tunnelling, Numerical Analysis of Dams, Optimization under Uncertainty, Environmental and Water Resources Decision Making Using Information Theory under Climate and Anthropogenic Changes, and 13th International Workshop on Statistical Hydrology at Northeastern University in Boston, USA.

Below are the details of the five recommended workshops:

1. Workshops on Risk Management in Tunnelling October 2023, New Delhi

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2. Workshop on Numerical analysis of dams 11-12 January 2024, New Delhi

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3.Optimization under uncertainty: Theoretical insights and engineering applications at the National Institute of Technology, Silchar

Duration : 30-10-2023 to 10-11-2023

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4. Environmental and Water Resources Decision Making Using Information Theory under Climate and Anthropogenic Changes at the COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, PANTNAGAR

Duration : 20-11-2023 to 24-11-2023

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5. 13th International Workshop on Statistical Hydrology at Northeastern University in Boston, Massaschuetts (USA), from 8-10 November 2023.

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