SonTek ADCP Acoustic Workshop
Join us for a (free) one-day, hands-on learning experience in partnership with the University of Iowa's IIHR-Hydroscience and Engineering. See a selection of ADCP/ADVs used in a controlled flow environment at the IIHR Environmental Flume Facility, and learn more about SonTek's patented adaptive sampling technology SmartPulse. You will also learn how side-looking instrumentation has advanced over the years, and better understand the differences and advantages of vertically mounted ADCPs when used for flood monitoring and modelling.
8:30 am: Check-in: 3655 Seamans Center, 103 South Capitol Street, Iowa City (Parking: 201 South Clinton St.)
9:00 am: Welcome and Intro to IIHR – Troy Lyons, Director, Director of Engineering Services, IIHR
9:15 am: Differences in Acoustics for Monitoring: The Nuts and Bolts for Advanced Applications in Research and Extreme Events – Janice Yasui, SonTek Product Mgr
10:00 am: Break
10:15 am: Flood and Stormwater Integration: Big-picture Planning When you need both Flow and Water Quality Data – Mark Lynch, Xylem Analytics Technical Sales
10:45 am: Hysteresis in Streamflow Ratings Happens - What Do We Do About It? Dr. Marian Muste, IIHR Research Engineer
11:30 am: Acoustic Doppler Profile Measurements for Calibration and Validation of Physical and Numerical Models – Nate Young, Associate Director, Iowa Flood Center/IIHR-Hydroscience & Engineering
Noon: Lunch courtesy of SonTek
1:00 pm: Instrument demonstration and lab tour: IIHR Environmental Flume: 140 W. Harrison, Iowa City
- ID the right instrument for your monitoring or research
- Watch and understand how instruments adapt under different flow conditions
- View ADCP data in-person under dynamic, changing conditions
- Better understand what is happening with an instrument onsite, when you are viewing data remotely.
4:00 pm: Let’s chat! Optional private meetings (contact [email protected] to schedule).