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RESCCUE – RESilience to cope with Climate Change in Urban arEas – a multisectorial approach focusing on water
RESCCUE – RESilience to cope with Climate Change in Urban arEas – a multisectorial approach focusing on water
MARSoluT - Managed Aquifer Recharge Solutions Training Network
MARSoluT - Managed Aquifer Recharge Solutions Training Network
AQUAMON - Dependable Monitoring with Wireless Sensor Networks in Water Environments
AQUAMON - Dependable Monitoring with Wireless Sensor Networks in Water Environments
BSafe4Sea - Breakwaters SAFEty control through a FORecast and decision support SystEm Analysis
BSafe4Sea - Breakwaters SAFEty control through a FORecast and decision support SystEm Analysis

Hydraulics and Environment Department

Maria Helena Alegre
Maria Helena Alegre
Head of Department
DHA develops research in the whole water cycle focused on 5 strategic lines: risk management and safety, hydraulic infrastructures; environment and aquatic systems; urban water; and information technology applied to water and environment. Through its scientific activity, DHA supports the creation and implementation of public policies in the water domain and promotes the transfer of scientific knowledge to the society, intertwining science and engineering for the solution of societal problems. DHA also holds state-of-the-art capacity on high accuracy, high performance numerical modeling, and unique experimental facilities for physical modeling of ports, dams and other hydraulic structures.



DHA is organized in 5 research units:
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Publications
  • 04 Apr 2019 The article "OPENCoastS and EOSC-hub", was published in the 3rd edition of the EOSC-hub Magazine +