Welcome to Graz!

The Telemac-Mascaret User Conferences follow a long-outstanding tradition. This autumn 2017, between the 17th and 20th October 2017 the XXIVth TELEMAC-MASCARET User Conference will be organized by Graz University of Technology in Graz/Austria .
A preceding workshop will take place in the afternoon of 17th and forenoon of 18th October.
The conference will start after midday on 18th October and end in afternoon 20th October.  All users (engineers, researchers and students) are kindly invited to attend or participate as speakers.
The availability of free and open software products based on top-notch science, like Telemac-Mascaret, is indispensable for research as well as practical applications.

Hydraulic engineering, with its broad and outstanding experience as well as recent developments, enables the realization of major infrastructure projects for the society. The service for the public in an economically feasible and ecologically way is significantly strengthened by the Open Source Community. At the TUC2017 Conference, theoretical and practical aspects of water-related numerical simulations are presented and discussed.

The conference themes will be:

  • River and urban floods, flood forecasting
  • Coastal surges and tsunami waves
  • River, estuaries, maritime, coastal sediment processes
  • Waterworks, coastal structures design and sustainability
  • Waves, tidal renewable and hydro power energy assessment
  • Water quality, ecology and environmental impact
  • Numerical methods, code coupling and high performance computing
  • Data assimilation, optimization, risks and uncertainties

The conference is substantially supported by the TELEMAC-MASCARET consortium: Artelia (France), Bundesanstalt für Wasserbau (BAW, Germany), Centre d’Etudes Techniques Maritimes et Fluviales (CEREMA , France), Daresbury Laboratory (United Kingdom), Electricité de France R&D (EDF, France), and HR Wallingford (United Kingdom), which we gratefully acknowledge.

We wish to all the participants inspiring discussions throughout our TUC2017 Conference in Graz and we are looking forward to animating social contacts during our cultural and evening events.

In the name of the Organizing Committee



Gerald Zenz


TELEMAC-MASCARET is an integrated suite of solvers for use in the field of free-surface flow. Having been used in the context of many studies throughout the world, it has become one of the major standards in its field.

TELEMAC-MASCARET is managed by a consortium of core organisations: Artelia (formerly Sogreah, France), BundesAnstalt für Wasserbau (BAW, Germany), Centre d’Etudes Techniques Maritimes et Fluviales (CEREMA , France), Daresbury Laboratory (United Kingdom), Electricité de France R&D (EDF, France), and HR Wallingford (United Kingdom).






For more information, please visit the homepage of the open TELEMAC-MASCARET community.


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No other city offers so much variety within such a small area, together with its sunny southern ambience as a bonus: futuristic architecture right next to medieval houses set in a maze of ancient alleyways and squares.
If you thought you’d already seen everything, then think again: just take a look around the unique city of Graz and you will be amazed! Discover its wealth of sights, possibilities of getting to know the city with guided tours or by enjoying events. Even if you are in Graz only for a side trip, a day trip, city break or weekend trip- we have got loads of useful tips for a felicitous stay!

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Important dates

Abstract submission deadline (abstract template)
extended deadline June 19, 2017

Notification of acceptance
June 20, 2017

Registration open
June 13, 2017

Full paper submission deadline (paper template)
August 21, 2017

Final notification of paper acceptance
September 4, 2017

Deadline for registration
September 22, 2017

„Please use these templates and no others to help us editing and pulling the proceeding document together (no Latex or other forms will be accepted).“



Graz University of Technology
Institute of Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management
Stremayrgasse 10/II
A-8010 Graz

Opening hours
Monday to Friday 9 -12: 30 pm