Supported by the International Water Association
We are delighted to host here in London the IWA Supported Conference on Smarter Catchment Monitoring, Cleaner Waters. This event is also supported by IWA Specialist Group on Instrumentation Control and Automation (ICA) and is implemented within the framework of the final Conference of the Horizon2020 Innovation Action project entitled Development and application of Novel, Integrated Tools for monitoring and managing Catchments, INTCATCH.
The Conference will bring together researchers, engineers, water practitioners from academia, industry, water utilities, public authorities, NGOs, citizen scientists and administration to exchange know how and experiences within the concept of water monitoring and treatment. Within the Conference knowledge and expertise will be disseminated on innovative water monitoring including among others technological breakthroughs, best practices, citizen science activities, industrial participation and cases.
The event has a strong exhibition character will include demonstration sessions where innovative water quality tools will be shown to delegates. We look forward to welcoming you in London.
First call for abstracts
Second call for abstracts
Extended deadline for submission of abstracts
Evaluation of submitted abstracts completed
Early bird registration ends
Submission of the revides versions of the accepted abstracts
Early Bird Registration (before 30 May 2019)
IWA members - £ 300
Non IWA Members - £ 400
Students - £ 150
After 30th of May 2019
IWA members - £ 350
Non IWA Members - £ 450
Students - £ 150
The Conference will take place at Loughborough University at Hear East in London. London is a leading global city in the arts, commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, nance, healthcare, media, professional services, research and development, tourism and transportation.
London is also a leader in the drive towards smart monitoring of catchments. Various projects are trying to turn London into a hub of smart monitoring. The location is in the former Press and Broadcast Centres for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.