One of the premier conferences in the water sector, the Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium (HWRS), is being held in Adelaide on 21-24 September.
Conference organising committee member and DEW Water Science and Monitoring Principal Hydrologist Kumar Savadamuthu says the theme for the conference, water vision, covers a range of topics relevant to practicing water professionals, students, academics, researchers and industry specialist providers.
National and international keynote speakers, including University of Melbourne Hydrological Forecasting Professor Q J Wang, will inspire and provide invaluable knowledge on modern methods, innovation and the future directions in hydrology, water resources and water management.
The themes for HWRS 2020 are:
· Flood, low flow and drought - risk assessment and forecasting
· Hydroinformatics, smart data and physically based modelling
· Healthy environments
· Informing policy & operational decisions
· Integrated water resources management
Kumar says the conference is a great opportunity for those involved in the water sector to participate, present, publish and network with Australian and international water professionals.
More than 100 delegates are expected to attend, providing an excellent forum for knowledge sharing and networking with Australian and international colleagues.
This provides an excellent opportunity for you to participate, present, publish and network with Australian and international colleagues from the water industry. Registrations and Call for Abstracts are now open.
Visit the conference website for further information or get in touch with Kumar or DEW Water Science and Monitoring Principal Hydrologist Matt Gibbs, who are both on the conference organising/technical committee.