About Panta Rhei

The Panta Rhei Structure
  

The Officers of Panta Rhei are nominated by the IAHS Bureau for a biennium. They are nominated in 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2021.

For the Biennium 2017-2019, during the Scientific Assembly held in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, The IAHS Bureau nominated the following officers:

Chair Giuliano Di Baldassarre (Uppsala University, Sweden)

Leadership Team of 2017-2019 is as follows:

Veena Srinivasan,
Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment, Bangalore

Fuqiang Tian
Tsinghua University, Beijing

Yasir Mohamed
UNESCO IHE, Netherlands

Tobias Krueger
Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

Junguo Liu
South University of Science and Technology of China

Amir AghaKouchack
University of California, Irvine, USA

Heidi Kreibich
Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, Germany

Tara Troy
Lehigh University, USA 


 

For the Biennium 2015-2017, during the General Assembly held in Prague, The IAHS Bureau nominated the following officers:

Chair: Hilary McMillan (NIWA)
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, New Zealand

The second biennium has a leadership team of six scientists:

Dr. Heidi Kreibich
Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, Germany
Changes in flood risk

Dr. Junguo Liu
Beijing Forestry University, China
Water scarcity

Dr. Anne Van Loon
University of Birmingham, UK
Droughts

Dr. Alfonso Mejia
Pennsylvania State University, USA
Urban water systems

Dr. Dinis Juízo
Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique
Hydraulics and Water Resources Management

Dr. Tobias Krüger
Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
Transdisciplinarity


 

For the Biennium 2013-2015, during the General Assembly held in Gothenburg, The IAHS Bureau nominated the following officers:

Chair: Alberto Montanari (University of Bologna) 
Target Leaders:

Target 1 - Understanding: Hilary McMillan (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, New Zealand - Leader), Magdalena Rogger (Vienna University of Technology, Austria - Co-Leader)


Target 2 - Estimation and prediction: Hafzullah Aksoy (Istanbul Teknik Üniversitesi, Turkey - Leader), Dominc Mazvimavi (University of the Western Cape, South Africa - Co-Leader)


Target 3 - Science in Practice: Giuliano Di Baldassare (Unesco-IHE, The Netherlands - Leader), Yan Huang (Changjiang Water Resources Commission, China - Co-Leader)


 

How to acknowledge Panta Rhei


Why to acknowledge Panta Rhei
Acknowledging Panta Rhei in a publication gives the opportunity to include it among the list of the Panta Rhei papers that is published here. These papers are highlighted in the web page of Panta Rhei and constitute a reference for colleagues working on similar topics. Moreover, these papers will be cited in the periodical synthesis of the Panta Rhei activities.

How to acknowledge Panta Rhei
The following statement (or analogous text) should be included in the acknowledgements of the paper:
"The present work was (partially) developed within the framework of the Panta Rhei Research Initiative of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS)"

How to cite Panta Rhei
Panta Rhei is presented by Montanari et al., Panta Rhei—Everything Flows”:Change in hydrology and society—The IAHS Scientific Decade 2013–2022, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 58:6, 1256-1275, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2013.809088. Moreover, please refer to the list of Panta Rhei papers to identify relevant citations.

Acknowledging Panta Rhei in scientific presentations - The logos of Panta Rhei
The logos of Panta Rhei can be downloaded here. These logo can be freely included in scientific presentations (posters and powerpoint files). The zip file contains 4 logos in different formats:

File panta-rhei-logo-largescale.jpg. The logo of Panta Rhei to be dysplayed in large size
File panta-rhei-logo-smallscale.png. The small size logo of Panta Rhei. The font of the text is large, pictures are displayed.
File panta-rhei-logo-smallscale1.png. Another small size logo of Panta Rhei. The font of the text is large, pictures are not displayed.
File panta-rhei-logo-smallscale-bn.png. A small size logo of Panta Rhei in grey scale. The font of the text is large, pictures are not displayed.
Of course the size of the pictures can be reduced depending on their use.

Patronage of Panta Rhei
IAHS is willing to grant the patronage of Panta Rhei to organizers of symposia and other scientific initiatives. The patronage should be requested by contacting the Chair of the Working Group.

Download the presentation and video of Panta Rhei

 
A powerpoint presentation of Panta Rhei can be downloaded here. A video of the startup talk presenting Panta Rhei can be downloaded here.
A presentation prepared by Hubert Savenije (President of IAHS) to summarise the status of Panta Rhei as of Spring 2014 is available here.

Download the poster of Panta Rhei


 A poster presenting Panta Rhei, prepared in Fall 2013, is available for download here.

Frequently Asked Questions on Panta Rhei

Please find here below a list of Frequently Asked Questions on Panta Rhei. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you cannot find the answer to your questions.

Is Panta Rhei funded?
No, Panta Rhei is not funded in itself, but the experience suggests that relating a proposal for funding to a worldwide research initiative increases the chances of success of the proposal itself. Panta Rhei encourages working groups to submit proposals for funding and offers international recognition to funded projects.


I really would like to propose a Panta Rhei Working Group but I am alone. Am I allowed to submit a proposal for a Working Group anyway?
Of course yes! Panta Rhei requires that Working Groups are formed by at least 6 individuals from at least 3 different countries. However, by no means you should give up proposing a Working Group just because of this requirement. Please contact us and explain your ideas to us, we will put you in touch with other colleagues who will be willing to host you in their Working Group or to join the Working Group that you would like to propose. The only strict requirement is the willingness to support Panta Rhei!


I am an individual and I would like to propose a Research Theme. I see that Research Themes should be connected to Working Groups but I do not see any Working Group related to the theme I would like to propose. I would be willing to form a Working Group but being an individual I cannot put together 6 people from 3 different countries. Should I forget my proposal for a Panta Rhei Research Theme?
Of course not! We require that Research Themes are associated to Working Groups to make sure that some people take care of the proposed theme, and we require a minimum of 6 people from 3 different countries to form a Working Group to stimulate cooperation, interdisciplinarity and internationalisation. However, if you do not find any Working Group related to your Research Theme and cannot find any colleague that is willing to form a Working Group with you, pleasecontact us. If you are personally willing to work, we will find a solution. We will put you in touch with other colleagues who will be willing to host you in their Working Group or to join the Working Group that you would like to propose.


I would like to propose and lead a Working Group but I am concerned by the paper work.
There's almost no paper work. The proposal is very simple to prepare (200 words may be enough) and the annual report can be resolved with a one page list of the activities that have been done. A template will be prepared by us for the annual report. The paper work will take no more than a few hours per year!


Why should I acknowledge Panta Rhei in my paper?
Because the paper will be included in the list of the Panta Rhei papers, will be better known to the community and more immediately recognized.