Join us for HWRS 2022
Engineers Australia’s National Committee on Water Engineering takes great pleasure in inviting you to the Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, to be delivered as a hybrid symposium from 30 November to 1 December 2022.
This year’s HWRS includes Hydrology and Hydraulics – either as separate topics or combined - both have their own distinctions, and they both inform each other. Our understanding and application of hydrology and hydraulics has developed significantly over time, and together with technology and digital advances is making our industry move forward faster than before. Bringing all this together is a natural progression that is reflective of our experiences, applications and respective interests.
The theme for the conference, “the past, the present, and the future”, was selected to bring together the knowledge and experience from both sides of H+H as well as offering the opportunity to everyone from the most experienced professionals to our graduates and students: a gathering of like-minded engineers, scientists and researchers in the fields of hydrology and hydraulics presenting, discussing, and challenging a range of topics relevant to practicing water engineers, graduates, students, academics, researchers and industry specialist providers.
The journey that we all take from university to becoming “experienced” in our own fields should be celebrated – what we all did as young, inexperienced engineers can teach us a lot; but what our young engineers are doing today, can teach the most experienced a few things as well.
The virtual platform allows local, national and international keynote speakers to inspire and provide insights as to where they have come from, what they have done and how they can influence and drive the future of H+H.
The themes for 2022 are:
- Hydrology (event based, long term, stochastics, statistics)
- Floods - risk assessment, planning and management (flood risks etc, flood forecasting)
- Flood forecasting • Hydraulic structures • Eco-hydraulics (low flows, droughts, healthy waterways, contamination)
- Water Quality
- Instrumentation, Hydroinformatics, Smart data
- Physical modelling • Informing policy & operational decisions
- Integrated water resources management
- Groundwater • Urban water management
- Responding to Climate change
- Industrial Water Management
Across two days we expect over 200 delegates to attend virtually providing an excellent forum for networking and knowledge sharing. We encourage you to submit an abstract today.
We look forward to your involvement in HWRS 2022.
Anthony Gaffney MIEAust
HWRS 2022 Chair
on behalf of the Organising Committee and Engineers Australia’s National Committee on Water Engineering