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Flood Modeller 2018 is one of the industry's premier flood modelling events. The 2018 conference will take place on Thursday 4th October at the Geological Society in London (UK). Book your place at the conference - spaces are limited.

Here's 8 reasons to attend Flood Modeller 2018:

#1 Tickets are free for attendees of the Advanced Flood Modeller training course being held in London the day before the conference. For those not attending the training course, prices start from as low as £20+VAT for students and academic staff. Delegates with a valid Flood Modeller support and maintenance contract also benefit from a reduced rate of £150+VAT.

#2 Hear Dr. Jon. Wicks, Technical Director for Flood Modeller, unveil the innovative new tools and features provided within the latest version of our industry-leading flood modelling software.

#3 Listen to the varied applications of Flood Modeller, Flood Cloud and TUFLOW, through a series of presentations delivered by users of our software. Presenters include Arcadis, Capita, the Environment Agency, Jacobs, JBA Consulting, Professor Edmund Penning-Rowsell, Stantec and Wallingford HydroSolutions.

#4 Learn how flood modelling underpins current and future priorities of flood and coastal risk management from Stefan Laeger, Improvements Manager and FFFS Project Executive, at the Environment Agency.

#5 You can help direct the future development of Flood Modeller by sharing your ideas with our development team and participating in the various Q&A sessions.

#6 It’s an event not to be missed! 100% of people surveyed following our 2017 conference would recommend it to others. Here are just a few of the comments:


“There was a really good mix of presentation subjects - ranging from the technical detail in Jon Wicks and Konrad Adams’ sessions to some interesting practical applications” Black & Veatch

“Fantastic conference with an opportunity to learn, develop and network” Environment Agency

“The combination of the technical modelling and non-technical presentations made for a very entertaining learning experience” Arup


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Contribute towards your CPD! The conference is supported by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) and all delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.

#8 Network with up to 150 flood management professionals. Organisations that registered to attend the 2017 conference included AECOM, Arcadis, Ardent, Arup, Atkins, AXA, Black & Veatch, BMT WBM, Canal & River Trust, Canterbury City Council, Capita, Cardiff University, Civil Engineering Solutions, CIWEM, Coventry University, Cranfield University, Durham University, Edenvale Young, Environment Agency, GBV, Glanville, Herrington Consulting, Jacobs, James Hutton Institute, JBA Consulting, Kaya Consulting, Loughborough University, Mott MacDonald, Natural Resources Wales, Odyssey, Opus International, Peter Brett Associates, Pick Everard, RAB Consultants, Royal HaskoningDHV, RSK, Scottish Environment Protection Agency, SLR Consulting, Storm Geomatics, Thomas Mackay, University of Bath, University of Nottingham, University of Portsmouth, University of Reading, University of Southampton, University of Surrey, Water Environment, Waterco, Waterman, Weetwood, WSP and many more!

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