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Organised by:
The Centre for Water Systems, School of Engineering,
Computer Science and Mathematics,
University of Exeter, UK

 

Background


This is the eighth in the CCWI series of biennial conferences organised by the universities of Brunel, De Montfort, Exeter and Imperial College.  Focusing mainly on water systems modelling and control this conference aims to bring together leading experts from academia and industry. Researchers and practitioners will be given the opportunity to discuss, present and disseminate recent advances in research and industry. Other short courses, group meetings and exhibitions, are also pla
nned during the conference.

The main aims of the conference are;

- To facilitate continued co-operation of academic institutions and industry.

- To examine the current state-of-the-art in computing and control techniques applicable to the water industry.

- To provide a forum for discussions and the dissemination of ideas on applied computing and control for the water industry, with particular emphasis on :

Provider's perspective - Recent developments in research;
User's Perspective - Users' experience of latest techniques;
Future needs - current and future planning and operational requirements. 

 

Endorsed by


CIWEM

Institution for Civil Engineers
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