Unavailable 13-23 April 2018: migration to new platform

On Friday, 13 April, we will start migrating to a new platform.

During the migration it will not be possible to login to oss.deltares.nl.
You can still see all content but you will not be able to edit or post in
the forums or to create/edit an account.

Access to SVN will still be available via https://svn.oss.deltares.nl.

We expect to be able to go live on the new platform by Monday, 23 April.

More info: oss@deltares.nl



To enlarge video of iMOD feature please click here                                         To enlarge the video of the Interactive Pathline Simulator please click here


iMOD workshop at the 7th INTERNATIONAL GROUND WATER CONFERENCE, New Delhi India - December 2017

Deltares, The Netherlands, and the National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee organized a post-conference workshop on “Groundwater Modelling using iMOD for the Ganga basin”.
Frans Roelofsen
, hydrogeologist and iMOD trainer at Deltares, gave the iMOD workshop together with his colleages Kees Bons and Esther van Baaren.

A group of more than 60 (!) participants from all over India and from different organisations attended the workshop.
The purpose of this workshop was to provide an introduction to the Graphical User Interface iMOD as well as an introduction to the Ganga Groundwater Model.
This model is developed in iMOD over the last 2 years as part of the integrated River Basin Model for the Ganga basin (see also http://annualreport2015.deltares.nl/freshwater-scarcity/ganges/).
To achieve this, the workshop program contained a combination of plenary- and hands-on sessions.
A tutorial guided the participant step-by-step in viewing and editing the Ganga model input, do groundwater flow calculations and display the results.
At the end of this workshop, participants:
- have a running version of iMOD on their laptop,
- understand the main components of the Ganga model,
- have basic skills in operating iMOD,
- ...and have sufficient information on how to continue using iMOD after the workshop.




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