The introductory conference of the Centrum Voda project took place in a "hybrid" form

An introductory conference of the Water Center project took place on November 4, 2021 in the premises of the National Technical Library in Prague. The main goal of the event was to acquaint cooperating entities, state administration, self-government and the professional public with information about the existence of the project, its focus, management, schedule and planned outputs. The conference was held under the auspices of the Ministry of the Environment.

The Water Centre - invitation to the conference

The Research Institute of Water Management of T. G. Masaryk, Together with other project partners, hereby invites especially the professional public to the "Introductory Conference of the Water Center" held on November 4, 2021 in the National Technical Library ( See the program below for more information.


Flash Floods. Is It Possible to Protect against Torrential Rain Flooding?

Technical measures in the form of dams or walls would be incommensurately high, inconvenient, expensive and often unfeasible. The construction of mobile protection such as the one ready for instance in Prague is time-consuming and torrential floods do not give us this time. Elements of such mobile protection systems are not usable on mountain streams due to how small they are and they can thus be burst by trees and other heavy objects floating in the fast current.

Nomination of the Water Center project for the Thematic Annual Programming Action 2022 call


The Water Center project received notification of the nomination for the Thematic Annual Programming Action 2022 (TAP Action)  within the ERA-NET Cofund Aquatic Pollutants and with financial support from the Horizon 2020 program. TAP Action involves providers from four other EU countries - France, Spain, Ireland and Sweden. The project will focus on promoting mobility and sharing good practice, materials, data and results. International activities will be runnnig from January 2022 to December 2023.

Work on the topic "Water for People" started

The remaining work package number 3 (WP3), which could be called “Water for People”, was launched in January 2021. It is the largest part of the entire Water Centre project in terms of its work content.

The Water Centre has existed for half a year

The research programme was launched in July 2020 under the leadership of the T. G. Masaryk Water Research Institute. Its primary task is to find answers to many questions related to water and water management.