Entries by Adrienn Csekő

Meet KINDRA partners in Dubrovnik or in Porto this week!

This week our project coordinator, Marco Petitta (Sapienza University Rome) and team member Mercedes Garcia (REDIAM) is in Dubrovnik participating at the 44th Assembly of IAH. You may meet them on Tuesday morning (26th of September) during a dedicated session on KINDRA or if you take part in the interactive EIGR training session on Thursday […]

KINDRA participated at the World Water Week in Stockholm!

Consortium partners were alternately present at the joint booth hosted by FREEWAT & KINDRA during the World Water Week (29th – 31st of August) in Stockholm. Visitors who have signed up for more information will soon be sent a circular with more information on the two projects and ICT4Water cluster. You can meet us again […]

Our Summer Newsletter is out!

The edition summarises the activities carried out by the consortium in the past few months. Among others you may read about the following topics: EIGR Tools for quick analysis; How to become a editor; KINDRA public outreach activities; KINDRA’s future & Where to meet us; Download the pdf version here. Happy Holidays!

KINDRA at FLOWPATH, Cagliari, Italy 2017

Project coordinator, Marco Petitta will present KINDRA’s unique classification and inventory at FLOWPATH National Meeting on Hydrogeology next week, 14-16 of June in Cagliari, Italy. The 3rd edition of this conference is organsied by  the Italian Chapter of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) and will be hosted at the University of Cagliari.  According to the aim […]

The Grand Opening of the EIGR

KINDRA has achived a major milestone The European Inventory of Groundwater Research has become available to all hydrogeology practitioners looking for information and wishing to share their research outcomes or knowledge. More information and access the EIGR: http://kindraproject.eu/eigr

Watch our edutainment video on youtube!

We have prepared this video to provide some basic information about groundwater in Europe for school children ages of 11-14. You may use it at class to trigger discussion on the importance of groundwater in the drinking water water supply. You may also watch the video on YouTube. Lets bring the invisible in the spotlight for […]