Bentley Sponsors IWA’s 1st Central and Eastern European Young Water Professionals Conference in Minsk, Belarus
Also Provides Attendees Free Access to Online Water Resources Textbooks Published by
Bentley Institute Press; Offers All Water Professionals New Training Opportunities
MINSK, Belarus – IWA’s Young Water Professionals Conference – 21 May 2009 – Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for the infrastructure that sustains our world, is sponsoring the International Water Association’s (IWA) first Central and Eastern European Young Water Professionals Conference taking place here today and tomorrow. The conference provides a forum for young professionals and post-graduate researchers to present their work in advancing urban water supply and sanitation infrastructure.
To help these new infrastructure professionals increase their knowledge of innovative water network design and analysis techniques, Bentley is offering conference attendees free access this week to online versions of water resources textbooks published by Bentley Institute Press, including Advanced Water Distribution Modeling and Stormwater Conveyance Modeling and Design. The textbooks include extensive material written by international teams of experts from academia and consulting firms. In addition, Bentley is offering all water professionals free access to a selection of new instructor-led distance learning modules that are designed to let students and professionals experience the quality and depth of Bentley’s distance learning opportunities.
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