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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
  • Stormwater systems
  • Sanitary sewers
  • Watershed modeling
  • Surface water quality
  • Flooding
  • Water supply
  • Water infrastructure
  • Water management
  • Water systems planning
  • Water systems design
  • Water systems operation
  • Numerical analysis in hydraulics and hydrology
  • Computer programming in hydraulics and hydrology


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. 

Important dates:

  • Notices of intent to submit a paper are invited immediately
  • One-page abstracts should be submitted as soon as possible
  • Register by December 31, 2019 to qualify for the early bird discount
  • Tentatively accepted presenters will be notified on or before January 31, 2020 if abstract is accepted in poster or oral format
  • Final deadline for abstract submission is February 1, 2020

Notices of intent to submit an abstract should also include a title or topic that you wish to cover, a brief outline if possible, and the names and contact information of the authors involved. 


Using the evolving digital modes of R&D communication, the Journal of Water Management Modeling (JWMM) is the first open access exchange in the special sub-discipline of water management modeling. JWMM publishes novel methodologies and advances, from basic research to planning, engineering and operational studies, with an accent on useful and pragmatic ideas and engineering.

Accentuating the nuanced difference between applied technology and fundamental science, JWMM fosters an unusual cooperation between three sub-communities (developers, users and beneficiaries) on conceptual and practical engineering models of urban, rural and watershed scale water supply and drainage systems, both natural and engineered. For more information please visit www.chijournal.org


For more information and to register please visit ICWMM.org  


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