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- Pragmatic Modeling of Urban Water Systems - Monograph 21
- On Modeling Urban Water Systems - Monograph 20
- Cognitive Modeling of Urban Water Systems - Monograph 19
- Dynamic Modeling of Urban Water Systems - Monograph 18
- Conceptual Modeling of Urban Water Systems - Monograph 17
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University Grant Program
The CHI University Grant Program is an easy way for full time academics (professors, researchers, teaching assistants, graduate and undergraduate students) to obtain CHI know-how, the latest PCSWMM software, SWMM & PCSWMM training, CHI publications and subsidized CHI conference attendance.
Available worldwide, the CHI University Grant Program has four primary goals:
- To offer financial assistance to full-time academic University personnel interested in using CHI services (such as know-how, training and conference attendance) and CHI products (such as software, publications and technical manuals).
- To share curriculum, videos, web-based training and other learning resources.
- To provide advanced technical publications for reference in university libraries.
- To make it easier and less expensive for academics in Universities to use the latest PCSWMM Professional software in laboratories, classrooms, and on student PCs.
To apply you must be a full-time university undergraduate or graduate student, full time university faculty or researcher. On the application form, you should provide evidence of full-time status (such as student number) or other proof of university affiliation, and the name and email address for the director, chair or dean of your academic program. Once approved for the grant, the director or dean should sign and return the Notice of Award to CHI. You are expected to evaluate the experience.
Please complete the application form (link to webpage form when complete), describe the support you are interested in receiving, and the estimated value for each component. Submit the completed form to CHI, and upon approval you will receive a Notice of Award. The director or dean should sign the Notice of Award.
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