Climate change pressures on hydrological cycles are increasing the need for sustainable water management and increasing the complexity of the challenge. Thus, the application of state-of-the-art methods and digital technologies is becoming a prerequisite to achieving the societal and environmental targets of water managers. The goal of the conference is to create a safe space for an effective exchange of ideas, best practices and experience, and enabling a discussion about future needs.
English & Spanish with translation
Predicting Hydrological Impacts of Climate Change
Operational Water Balancing
Flood & Drought Forecasting
Decision Support Systems
Water Quality & Secure Water Supply
Hotel Catalonia Eixample 1864 Carrer de Roger de Llúria 60, Barcelona
If you are willing to share your project work/results with the event participants, please send us an abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org before 31 October 2023 including the presentation title and author(s). The abstract should have a maximum of 300 words and should provide the basic information about the project scope, problems adressed, technologies used, outcome and impact.
21 November 2023: arrivals, evening reception
22 November 2023: morning session, lunch, afternoon session, dinner
23 November 2023: morning session, lunch
The participation fee is EUR 350 and includes participation in all sessions, coffee and lunch breaks, as well as a dinner on Day 1.
The fee does not include hotel rooms.
Participation fees are waived for holders of active DHI Software Maintenance Agreements for DHI software for up to 3 participants under the condition that registration is made before the end of September. If you would like to participate but encounter any difficulties related to the registration and fee please send a message to email@example.com