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Toronto, ON, Canada



February 26 and 27, 2020



Do you have a water management project or an innovation that you'd like to share with your peers? Would you like to present to a large audience of water systems modelers? If so, we invite you to submit an abstract for the International Conference on Water Management Modeling.

The friendly atmosphere, narrow focus and avoidance of parallel sessions provides a unique opportunity for both new and experienced presenters to connect with top professionals and researchers from across North America and overseas.

Suggested topics include:

  • Urban drainage system (storm and wastewater) design, analysis and management
  • 1D, 2D, 3D surface water and/or integrated groundwater modeling
  • Water distribution vulnerability/risk, rehabilitation and management modeling
  • Flood forecasting, flood risk assessment, floodplain mapping and support systems
  • Green infrastructure (LIDs, SuDS), wetlands, and agricultural BMPs
  • Climate change and system resiliency, vulnerability, security
  • Greywater system optimization and water conservation
  • Stream stability, erosion and sedimentation analyses and protection design
  • Restoration and rehabilitation of watercourses, wetlands and lakes 
  • Evaluating urban and rural impacts on aquatic systems and habitats, long-term water budget analyses
  • Water quality analyses and pollution management modeling, including SSOs, CSOs and TMDLs
  • Field data monitoring, emerging instrumentation/operations and asset condition rating assessments
  • Calibration, optimization and error analysis (genetic algorithms and neural networks)
  • Numerical and statistical methods, time series and vector data analysis
  • Modeling data development and management using CAD, GIS and asset management systems


Abstracts or notices of intent are invited immediately. Please include a title or topic that you wish to cover, a brief outline (300 word maximum) and the names and contact information of the authors involved. Acceptance notices have already started to go out. 

The deadline for abstracts is February 1, 2020, but be warned that the program tends to fill up fast.

Final papers are due April 1, 2020 ​​and are – at no cost – reviewed for publishing in the Journal of Water Management Modeling.


For more information and to register please visit ICWMM.org. Register for the conference by December 31, 2019 to take advantage of the early bird discount. 


CHI will be hosting PCSWMM + EPA SWMM5 training courses on Monday, February 24 and Tuesday, February 25 at the same venue leading up to the conference. 


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