Webinar Series 2020/2021

25 September 2020 14:30-15.30


The WSA are hosting a series of Friday Webinars open to the GW4 community. This Friday, Dr Sarah Cotterill explores the impact of COVID-19 on the water sector. Join this live event or contact the WSA team for further information.

Zoom Link ID: 875 0561 2674 Passcode: 288455

Coming up: Friday 2 October Murray Dale, JBA Consulting

The 2nd International Symposium on Water System Operations (ISWSO2020) brings together researchers and practitioners in the field of monitoring, modelling and optimisation of water systems operations.

**Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and after much consideration, ISWSO2020 has been postponed to September 2021, so to enable all participants to plan their attendance in due time and safety**

GW4 WSA PhD conference

28-30 September 2020

Mon 28th: 14:00 – 16:30pm Register here
Tue 29th: 14:30 – 18:00pm Register here
Wed 30th: 14:30 – 16:00pm Register here

A team of PhD students from across the GW4 are leading an exciting new conference. Working with WSA and The Flow Partnership, their event will bring together practitioners working with communities across the world, and researchers, working in fields spanning climate change, water scarcity and resource management, flood risk and policy, to explore this vital ‘knowledge flow’.

Take part in the Flash Talks or participate in the Poster Competition via Twitter. Find out more and register here.

WSA Annual conference

2-4 November 2020
14:00-16:00 GMT

This year’s conference will provide attendees with opportunities to learn about the breadth of research taking place across the GW4, share water-related research experiences with academics and stakeholders, as well as helping to inspire and support the next generation of water researchers.

Line up to be confirmed

This international conference gathers together leading scientists, engineers, planners and practitioners and “rising stars” to provide an exciting opportunity to discuss and showcase cutting edge water management research and technical, institutional, modelling, planning and community driven social and policy innovations.