There are two science laboratories (Hydraulics Laboratory and Water Quality Laboratory) and a Computer Laboratory. The science laboratories are equipped with state-of-the-art water quality analysis equipment and physical models for fluid flows simulations. The Computer laboratory is equipped with modern desktop computers for engineering computations and modelling, Geographical Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing Data Processing.
Water quality laboratory at WRED
In the near future, the department intends to operate a Hydrologic and Climate Simulation Laboratory which will provide further capacity for research in hydrological cycle modelling and climate system observation and analysis. With state-of-the-art equipment, the laboratory will ultimately advanced training and research in hydrologic cycle and climate system analysis for water resources management and prediction of water related natural disasters (floods, droughts).
Equipment in the Hydraulics laboratory at WRED