Short Courses

Short courses will be offered in-person around our MODFLOW and More 2022 Conference. Please visit the MODFLOW and More 2022 Website for information. 

The IGWMC hosts a number of short courses each year that support our mission of correct and efficient use of simulation models and related computer-based support technology in the management and protection of groundwater resources. We offer short courses on PARFLOW and HYDRUS annually, along with a variety of other short courses that coincide with our “MODFLOW and More” conference series. Please check this page regularly for the most current short-course offerings.

Reed Maxwell, IGWMC director and Professor of CEE and HMEI, instructs an annually occurring ParFlow short course for professionals and graduate students. Pictured above are the ParFlow short course attendees from the May 2019 course. Photo by Anna Ryken


MODFLOW and More

MODFLOW and More 2022 will be held at Princeton University on June 5-8, 2022.

Please visit our MODFLOW and More 2022 Website

The organizing committee of MODFLOW and More would like to announce the dates for MODFLOW and More 2022. The conference will be held June 5-8, 2022 on the Princeton University Campus. Associated short courses and symposia will be hosted as well. Please visit our events page regularly to stay up to date on this and other events in 2022.

The “MODFLOW and More” conference series unites cutting-edge development and practical applications of hydrologic models related to groundwater. The conference series focuses on MODFLOW, but encourages participation by developers and users of all types of models with diverse applications to help evolve the modeling capabilities of our profession. The conference brings together model users and developers to exchange ideas on the latest innovations in model applications, discuss the capabilities and limitations of currently available codes, and explore directions for future developments.

Moderator Lauren Foster leads the panel discussion “Beyond Modeling: Establishing Credibility and Achieving Acceptance” as part of the MODFLOW and More 2019 program. Photo by Reed Maxwell
Attendees enjoy discussion during one of the evening poster sessions at MODFLOW and More 2019. Photo by Reed Maxwell