Workshops proposal

We offer the opportunity to organize pre-conference workshops on 15 September 2025. Workshops can be organized by JCUD working groups or other research teams but should be of interest for the general public i.e. no project meetings.

We welcome both full-day and half-day workshop concepts. Separate registration for workshop attendees is anticipated to offset expenses for refreshment breaks and lunch. Please include details about the organizing committee, the workshop's intended audience, the projected number of participants, and a brief overview of the content.

Please submit your workshop ideas using the submission system (which will be available soon) during the time from from 01 July 2024 until 15 January 2025.

Abstract submission

We welcome submissions of extended abstracts, with a maximum length of four pages. All abstracts will undergo a peer-review process, and acceptance decisions, as well as the determination of presentation format (oral or poster), will be based on the reviews. Accepted abstracts will be included in the conference proceedings, and authors will have the opportunity to update their submissions until June 2025. After the conference, authors of selected abstract will be invited to submit a full paper to a special issue of Water Science and Technology.

For abstract submission it is required to use the provided template.

Please submit your extended abstract using the submission system from the 01 July 2024 until 15 January 2025

Topics

We are happy to receive abstracts or Workshop proposals related to the following topics:

  • Modelling urban hydrological processes
  • Modelling of urban floods and improving resilience
  • Modelling of Blue-Green Infrastructure
  • Modelling of integrated urban water systems
  • Modelling sustainability aspects and life cycle assessment
  • Modelling of climate risks, adaptation and mitigation
  • Modelling wastewater-based epidemiology
  • Model development and parameter identification, uncertainty analysis, sensitivity analysis
  • Data driven techniques for urban drainage systems including artificial intelligence
  • Forecasting, model predictive control and real time control
  • Modelling related to the European Urban Wastewater Directive
  • Digital transformation and smart solutions in the urban water sector
  • Asset management and performance modelling
  • Data collection techniques to support model development, calibration, and validation
  • Transport and sewer processes of microconstituents and pathogens
  • Innovative case studies and engineering experiences
  • Emerging topics in urban drainage modelling
  • I tried and failed - Experiences from not successful research attempts (all topics)

Extended Abstract Guidelines

  • Template: Use the template provided and delete the instructions text (first page). You can download the template with the link below this text.
  • Number of Pages: Up to four A4 pages including text, figures, tables and references. There is no word limit, you can also submit 1 page of abstract.
  • Do not include page numbers
  • Margins: Each A4 page should have 2.5 cm margins (top, bottom, left and right)
  • Font/Style: Title in Calibri Light font, size 18; headings in Calibri Light font, size 16; sub-headings in Calibri (body) font, bold, size 11; main text in Calibri (body) font, size 11. Titles/headings in blue colour, while the sub-headings and main text in black. Affiliations, addresses and corresponding author email in Calibri (body), size 9, italic, black, left indent 1.27cm. Email address is hyperlinked for easy contact. References in Calibri (body) font, size 9, black. All paragraphs followed by one white line space (11 font). All the styles are pre-set in the Styles menu of Word. Headings and subheadings are not numbered.
  • AI: We follow the AI recommendations from IWA Publishing: This allows the use of AI tools used within a manuscript, but does not allow for AI-generated content to be used in the place of human authorship. Authors will be held liable for any errors, potential plagiarism or inconsistencies introduced by AI tools. Authorship must be verifiable, which is not possible from an AI tool or content generator. If AI tools are used on an article submitted to IWA Publishing, their use must be clearly explained
  • Affiliations and correspondence: Include authors’ names on separate lines, in italics, and indicate the corresponding author with an asterisk (*). Include the address of ALL authors’ affiliations.
  • Sections: A recommended structure for the extended Abstract is: Abstract (200 words), Highlights, Introduction, Methodology, Results and Discussion, Conclusion & Future Work, References; If you want you can modify to best fit your research design.
  • Review and decision: All extended abstracts will be peer-reviewed, decision on acceptance and on type of presentation (poster or oral) is based on these reviews.
  • Correction. After notification you will have the opportunity to revise your extended abstract, which will be published in the conference proceeding. Authors of selected extended abstracts will be invited to submit a full paper to a special issue after the conference
  • PDF: All submitted files must be first converted to Adobe pdf prior to submission.

 

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