STAHY 2023 registration extended to October 20th

Registration for STAHY 2023 is open! We have extended the registration deadline to 20 October.  All presenters MUST register by this deadline, or they risk losing their place in the program. 



We are pleased to share you with the full STAHY 2023 program. The program is also posted to the STAHY 2023 website. Presenting authors were informed of their place in the program and presentation instructions on 6 October. You can also find presenter information posted to the STAHY 2023 website. 

In addition to the fascinating contributions of presentations from our community, please take note of our invited speakers: 

  • Professor Ana Barros, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Dr. Corrine Bowers, Stanford University and U.S. Geological Survey
  • Professor Jennifer Dy, Northeastern University
  • Dr. Grey Nearing, Google
  • Dr. Karen Ryberg, U.S. Geological Survey

And the Early Career representatives to the International Commission on Statistical Hydrology (ICSH) have organized three excellent instructors for the Early Career Workshop, which will be offered on Wednesday, 8 November. Our instructors will be:

  • Professor Auroop Ganguly, Northeastern University, who will describe the challenges associated with hydrologic data, their implications for domain-aware high-performance computing, and how next-generation artificial intelligence may be able to provide solutions and where further developments may be necessary.
  • Professor Richard Vogel, Tufts University, who will discuss the theoretical implications of developing datasets with high spatial and temporal resolution and offer practical solutions for dealing with these statistical issues.
  • Dr. Grey Nearing, Google, who will share perspectives on the future of hydrology, artificial intelligence, and machine learning and discuss potential career paths at the intersection of hydrology and artificial intelligence. 

The schedule is packed but be sure to leave time on either end of the schedule to explore Boston. Northeastern University is walkable to the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Fenway Park, the Boston Public Library, the Boston Common, the Boston Marathon Finish Line (permanently painted on the street), and many other points of interests – as well as fantastic dining options.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to [email protected] with questions. 

Thank you for helping to make STAHY 2023 such a success with your presence and contribution! We look forward to welcoming you in Boston. 

Very kindly,

Stacey Archfield, U.S. Geological Survey

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