XBeach User Day - Australian Time zone

Tuesday, 03 November 2020

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Date 03 November 2020
Time 06:00 - 08:00 CET / CEST (Delft time, UTC+2)
User Day
Registry fee € Free
Chair Ellen Quataert
 

Description

The topic of this event is XBeach modelling, where users and developers will show some of the latest developments and applications of the software in settings relevant to the Australian market. We will see changes modelled in different coastal settings including aspects of coral coasts, dunes, vegetation and sea level changes. In addition, we have scheduled a keynote by Prof Dano Roelvink (IHE Delft Institute for Water Education/Deltares) who is one of the creators of XBeach!

Time zone

For your convenience, this webinar will take place:

  • 16:00 - 18:00 (AEDT)
  • 15:00 - 17:00 (AEST)
  • 13:00 - 15:00 (AWST)
  • 06:00 - 08:00 (CET, Delft time) 

 

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REGISTRATION

Please sign in (top right corner) using your MyDeltares account. 

If you already have either a DSD or OSS account and no MyDeltares account yet, then click on the link Forgot Password? to setup your MyDeltares account including a new password. Once you have completed the password reset you can login. 

After the MyDeltares registration or signing in, it will be possible for you to register for individual 2020 events, get a personal overview (My schedule), make changes in your schedule, profile etc. 

You will receive an email confirmation from GoToWebinar with further instructions. Note that you can easily attend the session from anywhere, anytime using a compatible computer or mobile device. For more details, please visit the GoToWebinar website for the GoToWebinar System Requirements.

If you come across any problems with the registration, please contact our team at mydeltares@deltares.nl

START OF THE SESSION

Please check in early to test your audio and video. We will open the session at 05:50 (CET, Delft time), 10 minutes before the start of the webinar.

 

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