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Conferences

GeoComputation Conference
Monday 4 - Thursday 7 September 2017
GeoComputation returns to The University of Leeds, where the first conference was held in 1996.  The conference will be taking place across the University of Leeds campus, and will be preceeded by workshops, on 3rd September.

The 7th International Conference on Flood Management (ICFM7)
Tuesday 5 - Thursday 7 September 2017
ICFM7 will be held in Leeds, UK on 5 -7 September 2017, and will be organised by water@leeds, the water research centre at the University of Leeds, in conjunction with a range of conference partners and sponsors. The theme of ICFM7 is ‘Resilience to Climate Change – Anticipating the Unexpected’ and will focus on building resilience into current flood management strategies and approaches. 

RC21
Monday 11- Wednesday 13 September 2017
RC21, part of the International Sociological Association (ISA) will be coming to Leeds for the 2017 conference. This will be taking place across the University of Leeds campus.  More details to follow.

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Seminars and Presentations

No seminars and presentations scheduled

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Workshops

water@leeds Vision 2020 Water Helix  
Thursday 22- Friday 23 June 2017

Vision2020: The Horizon Network will hold its Water Helix Launch Event on the 22nd and 23rd of June at the Edward Boyle Library at the University of Leeds, UK. The event is hosted by The University of Leeds and water@leeds as lead of the Water Helix.
The main purpose of this two-day event is to bring together academics, researchers and colleagues from business and industry working in the Water field, to form new collaborations across the whole sector in readiness for the forthcoming Horizon 2020 calls (2018 – 2020). While the first day will be focusing on the research side, the second day will be innovation focus. 

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Exhibitions

No exhibitions scheduled

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