3rd IAHR Young Professionals Congress | Day 5: Water Management and Sustainable Development - Friday, 2 December 2022

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 Welcome Day 5 | 12:00 - 13:00 CET

Keynote: David Wegner "Water Security: Research Role in Understanding the Impact of Water in Climate Change Mitigation"  
Chairs: Michael Nones and Emanuele Quaranta

David Wegner

David Wegner
National Academy of Sciences, USA. Woolpert Engineering

Michael Nones

Michael Nones

Polish Academy of Sciences


Emanuele Quaranta

Emanuele Quaranta
European Commission Joint Research Centre Ispra, Italy

 Water Resources Management I | 13:00 - 14:00 CET

Hosts: Michael Nones and Qian Yu

Chairs: Daisuke Nohara and James Ball

Daisuke Nohara

Daisuke Nohara
Kajima Technical Research Institute (KaTRI)

James Ball

James Ball

University of Technology Sydney

  • Interrelationship between sensitive parameters in hydrological model: A case study of Hirakud Reservoir, Eastern India, by Subhasri Sarkar

  • Preliminary evaluation of IMERG precipitation estimates over Northern Vietnam, by Nhu Y Nguyen and Kha Dang Dinh

  • Study of the influence of aquaculture on the infestation of the golden mussel in the Jupiá-SP hydroelectric power plant, by Ramoni Azevedo, Charles Barbosa, José Silva, Anna Costa, Isaac Santos, Dayse Pastore, Claudia Dias, Raquel Figueira and Humberto Fortunato

  • Integral management of water basins in productive areas, with an "Agronomic Hydraulic” approach. experience in Argentina, by Viviana Gabriela Farias

  • Index insurance as a hedging strategy for water utility business interruption risks, by Greicelene Silva, Marcos Benso and Eduardo Mendiondo

  • Evaluation of the effect of lagoons as storm events buffers in a southern Peruvian Andean basin, by Noemi Zheyla Miguel Granza, Pedro Rau, Nadia Callan Díaz, Stephanie Emily Peralta Limachi and Cristopher Angel Morales Aquije

  • The implication of communication on consumers’ willingness to pay for water services in the Republic of Ireland, by Sarpong Hammond Antwi, Suzanne Linnane, Alec Rolston, David Getty and Angelos Alamanos

  • Preliminary diagnosis of problems and solutions for an integral water resources management in La Villa River Watershed, by Erick Concepción, Josué Prens and Carlos Saito

  • Research trends in water management for a future under change, by Pedro Silva, Marcos Benso, Matheus Santos and Eduardo Mendiondo

  • Development of a monitoring system for the assessment of Wetlands using Earth Observation, by Fabrizzio Villar, Pedro Rau and Vivien Bonnesoeur

  • Tropical cities research boundaries: A bibliometric analysis to explore its interdisciplinary challenges, by José Gescilam Sousa Mota Uchôa, Luis Eduardo Bertotto, Matheus Schroeder dos Santos, Edson Cezar Wendland and Eduardo Mario Mendiondo

  • The application of an ecosystem services approach to dredging projects in Ireland, by Iqra Rehman, Joe Harrington and Branislav Batel

Coffee break with mentors | 14:00 - 14:30 CET

 Water Resources Management II | 14:30 - 15:30 CET

Hosts: David Ferras and Qian Yu

Chairs: Satoru Oishi and Elpida Kolokytha

Satoru Oishi

Satoru Oishi

Research Center for Urban Safety and Security, KOBE University

Elpida Kolokytha

Elpida Kolokytha

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

  • On the role of spatially inhomogeneous wind forcing to current profiles in a shallow lake, by Gabriella Lükő and Péter Torma

  • Assessment of the morphometric characteristics and filling regime of ponds and reservoirs of small rivers of the steppe zone of Ukraine using data from remote sensing, by Oleh Hryb, Nataliia Loboda and Yaroslav Yarov

  • Wetlands resources management and utilization in Oron area and its environs, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, by Bassey Antai and Stephen Isikong

  • Evaluation of habitat alteration in the Júcar River basin (Spain), by Syrine Ghannem, Rafael J. Bergillos, Javier Paredes-Arquiola, Abel Solera and Joaquín Andreu

  • Coastal reservoirs – an alternative water solution for Sydney, by Rong Ji, Shuqing Yang, Muttucumaru Sivakumar and Keith Enever

  • Climate change impacts on diffuse pollution loads: Case study of Aksu Stream, Antalya-Turkey, by Ozgun Akdegirmen and Ayse Muhammetoglu

  • Water resources assessment under the effect of land use land cover change in Nashe Watershed, Blue Nile River Basin, by Megersa Kebede Leta, Tamene Adugna Demissie and Jens Tränckner

  • Spatiotemporal changes of precipitation extremes in Bangladesh during 1987-2017 and their connections with climate changes, climate oscillations, and monsoon dynamics, by Gazi Tawfiq Ezaz, Ke Zhang, Xin Li, Md Halim Shalehy, Mohammad Akram Hossain and Linxin Liu

  • Hydrological impacts of climate change in selected ungauged sub-watersheds of Lake Tana Sub-Basin, Upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia: A regionalization approach, by Melsew Amsalu Wubneh, Mekash Shifrew Kifelew and Dejene Sahlu

  • Effectiveness of a low-cost, point-of-use copper device in killing pathogens of fecal origin in drinking water in households of peri-urban villages near Bengaluru, India- A Pilot Study, by Dr Sheeba Ganesan

Coffee break with mentors | 15:30 - 16:00 CET

 Global Water Security and Water Education | 16:00 - 17:00 CET

Hosts: David Ferras and Gaetano Crispino

Chairs: Roger Falconer and David L. Wegner

Roger Falconer

Roger Falconer
Cardiff University

David L. Wegner

David L. Wegner

National Academy of Sciences, USA; Woolpert Engineering

  • Alpine glacier governance for transboundary water security – Regulating Europe’s disappearing water towers, by Delphine Magara

  • Water supply, waterborne diseases and link with socio-environmental aspects in peri-urban areas of Central Africa, by Franck Cloreil Eboa Mbonjo, Suzanne Ngo Boum, Bertil Yvon Nlend, Seth Rodrigue Ebonji and François Tchoumbougnang

  • Land use/ land cover change analysis in Al Kabeer Al Shemaly River in Syria, by Hiba Mohammad and Paolo Tarolli

  • Drought Index-based-Insurance linked with Nature based Solutions (IBI+NbS) for global water-ecosystem-food security under LULC change, by Marcos Roberto Benso, Pedro Gustavo Câmara da Silva, Greicelene Jesus da Silva, Gabriela Chiquito Gesualdo, Fabrício Alonso Richmond Navarro and Eduardo Mario Mendiondo

  • Water and Climate Youth Development Plan and Agenda (YDPA), by Zainab Zahid, Maria Mercedes Kuri, Xuan Zi Han, Jonas P. Villas and Jan Kairel Guillermo

  • Root cause analysis of the lack of development and attention to water-related fields in Middle East Higher Education Institutions, by Hüseyin Gökçekuş and Farhad Bolouri

  • A citizen science experience in the classroom to promote environmental education in hydrology and water resources, by Fabricio Alonso Richmond Navarro, Marcos Roberto Benso, Pedrita Fernanda Silva, Eduardo Mario Mendiondo, Greicelene J Silva, Felipe A Souza, Marcus Nóbrega Gomes Júnior and Luis M. Castíllo Rápalo

Coffee break with mentors17:00 - 17:30 CET

17:30 - 18:00 CET Congress Closure

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