TECHNICAL PROGRAM

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Day 1
April 29 - Wednesday
Day 2
April 30 - Thursday
Day 3
May 1 - Friday
Day 4
May 2- Saturday

SHORT COURSE:
Integrated 1D-2D
Flood Modeling
for Urban and
Rural Watersheds
with EPA SWMM5

8:30-17:00
Welcome and Opening Remarks
9:00-9:30

Keynote Speaker 3
Environmental Hydraulics of Chlorine Disinfection for the Hong Kong Harbour Area Treatment Scheme
Joseph Hun‐wei LEE

Keynote Lecture 4:
Challenges of the Water Information System: needs and opportunities
Philippe Gourbesville
8:30-10:00

SHORT COURSE:
Stormwater Management and LID Practices in Canada: Updates, New Developments and Trends
Prof. James Li
& Gilles Rivard, PE, MSc.
08:30-12:30

Keynote Speaker 1
Water Security-Priority Needs
in a Climate Chanigng World
Ed McBean

Keynote Lecture 2:
Coupled Modeling of Atmospheric-Hydrologic Processes at Watershed Scale with Application to Unfgauged & Sparsely-gauged Watersheds
M. Levent Kavvas
9:30-11:00
CSCE Hydrotechnical
Award Presentations
10:00-10:20
Coffee Break
11:00-11:15
Coffee Break
10:20-10:40
Parallel Sessions 1 / 11:15-12:45
Hydrologic extremes & climate change 1
Watermanagement in a changing climate
Coastal hydraulics
Turbulent mixing & entrainment
Parallel Sessions 4 / 10:40-12:20
Climate change impacts & adaptation 2
Experimental & computational hydraulics 1
Urban flood management and adaptation
Decision Support systems
Lunch / 12:35-13:35 Lunch / 12:20-13:30 Conference End
Parallel Sessions 2 / 13:45-15:45
Hydrologic extremes & climate change 2
Some emerging technologies in hydrologic modeling
Floodnet - A strategic research network on floods in Canada
Lake hydraulics
Parallel Sessions 5 / 13:30-15:10
Strategies for effecient water resources planning
Experimental & computational hydraulics 2
Dam breach and landslide
Green infrastructure design & land use changes
Coffee Break/Poster Sessions
15:45 - 16:00
Coffee Break/Poster Sessions
15:10 -15:30
Parellel Sessions 3 / 15:30 - 17:10
Climate change impacts & adaptation 1
Hydroinformatics tools
Fluvial hydraulics 2
Flood hydraulics and hydrology
Parellel Sessions 6 / 15:30 - 17:10
Hydraulic structure modeling and design
Sustainable water resources management
Sediment and transport modeling
Fluvial hydraulics 2
Special Session by the National Research Council of Canada: Kenue Joint Industry Partnership kick‐off Meeting (BLUE and GREEN Kenue technologies for Hydraulics and Hydrology)
17:00-18:00
Welcome Reception
18:30-19:30
Free Night Conference Banquet
18:30-21:00

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