International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR)
Association internationale d'ingénierie et de recherches hydrauliques et environmentales (AIRH)
1935-09-03 Brussels Belgium
3 Sep 1935, Brussels (Belgium), at International Navigation Congress. Previous name: International Association for Hydraulic Structures Research -- Association internationale de recherches pour travaux hydrauliques. Subsequently changed to: International Association for Hydraulic Research -- Association internationale de recherches hydrauliques -- Asociación Internacional de Investigaciones Hidraulicas (AIIH) and then to International Association of Hydraulic Engineering and Research -- Association internationale d'ingénierie et de recherches hydrauliques. Registered in accordance with Dutch Law, 7 Feb 1963.
Stimulate and promote water and environmental engineering research and its application.
Events2021-07-04 | Granada, Spain – Biennial Congress
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General Members Assembly (annual); Council; Executive Committee; Technical Divisions (3); Committees, including: E-XE4054 - Joint Committee of IAHR and IAW on Urban Drainage (JCUD); Regional Divisions (4).
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