Our cooperation partners

  • BfG - The Federal Institute of Hydrology

    BfG - The Federal Institute of Hydrology

    The Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG) advises the Federal Ministries (BMVI and BMU among others) and the Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration (WSV) with regard to the utilisation and management of the federal waterways.

  • TU Dresden

    TU Dresden

    The Institute of Hydraulic Engineering and Technical Hydromechanics (TU Dresden) teaches and researches, inter alia in the areas of river engineering, flood protection and revetment loading of ships. For more than 20 years, the Dresdner Wasserbaukolloquium has been an exchange platform for scientists and engineers in all areas of hydraulic engineering and hydromechanics.

  • KFKI - Kuratorium für Forschung im Küsteningenieurwesen

    KFKI - Kuratorium für Forschung im Küsteningenieurwesen

    The KFKI is a joint body run by the federal government and the Land governments on Germany's coasts whose mission is to coordinate and manage research in coastal engineering.

  • PIANC - The World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure

    PIANC - The World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure

    PIANC is one of the longest established technical and scientific associations acting worldwide in the field of port and waterway construction and navigation in maritime and inland waterways as well as sport and leisure boating.

  • Scour and Erosion

    Scour and Erosion

    The BAW supports international cooperation to geotechnical issues with a range of information on the topics of scour and erosion. For the Technical Committee 213 (TC 213) of the International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ISSMGE) will be provided a public information platform for the work of the Panel.

  • HR Wallingford

    HR Wallingford

    HR Wallingford is a consultancy and research institution for Hydraulic Engineering based in the UK. In addition to internationally oriented consulting activities, HR Wallingford develops various software solutions for hydraulic engineering questions. Like the BAW, HR Wallingford is a member of the development consortium for the Telemac software.

  • WSV - Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration

    WSV - Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration

    The Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration (WSV) is responsible for ensuring a safe, smoothly flowing and thus economically efficient shipping traffic. The tasks comprise the maintenance, operation as well as the upgrading and construction of the federal waterways including the locks, weirs, bridges and shiplifts.

  • Ruhr-University Bochum

    Ruhr-University Bochum

    The Institute of Hydrology, Water Resources Management and Environmental Engineering of the Ruhr-University Bochum researches in the field of engineering hydrology and water management. The series has been published at irregular intervals since 1983 and consists of dissertations and does research reports on the subject of hydraulic engineering.

  • University of Stuttgart

    University of Stuttgart

    The Institute for Modelling Hydraulic and Environmental Systems (IWS) teaches and researches in the areas of Hydraulic Engineering, Water Resources Management, Hydromorphology, Environmental Systems, Hydromechanics and Hydrosystems such as Hydrology und Geohydrology. Since the 1960s, the IWS has published dissertations and special volumes several times a year in the Institute’s publication series.

  • BAG - Federal Office for Goods Transport

    BAG - Federal Office for Goods Transport

    The Federal Office for Goods Transport (BAG) is an independent higher Federal authority within the domain of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI).
    Among others it has the legal mandate to observe and evaluate the development of market activity. Market observation covers rail, road and inland waterway transport, aviation and logistics.