eWater Software Conference 2017

Participate, Collaborate & Integrate

 

Since 2012, eWater’s conference has connected the leading practitioners and decision makers using Source, Australia’s National Modelling Platform. This year will repeat the successful blend of NHMP update, expo and presentation format of 2016, plus Water Sensitive Urban Design as we welcome our MUSIC community. 

The aim this year is to focus on sharing diverse modelling experiences, from small scale to whole river basins, to find common ground and explore integration of tools and methods. We want you to leave this event better informed, better connected, and better supported to undertake your modelling work in the years ahead.

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Register

Join us at the National Museum of Australia for three days of presentations from peak government jurisdictions, eWater and other leading users. Full passes, day rates, and student rates are available.

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Keynotes

The National Hydrologic Modelling Strategy, how do we measure up against the original objectives and future challenges.
Tuesday 21 November - 0900

The Original Objectives of the NHMS were framed to develop and maintain a modern and evolving hydrological modelling platform support services and network that meets the needs of current and future water management across Australia. David will present a review of where we are nearly 10 years on in the journey, and what are the future challenges as we move forwards. Learn more.

Modelling Tools for a Water Sensitive Cities
Thursday 23 November - 0900
 
The Cooperate Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities (CRCWSC) is developing a range of tools to support industry adoption and utilisation of key research outputs. This presentation will discuss the development of the WSC-Toolkit, including integration with eWater tools, and will showcase its application to challenging case studies. Learn more.

Submit Abstracts

If you'd like to present at the conference, we know you’re busy so we’re not asking for a full paper. Submit an abstract and if accepted, it will be made available along with your presentation to conference participants online afterwards. Please feel free to submit more than one abstract! Submit your abstract

Exhibit & Expo Booths

The very successful expo evening returns this year, an opportunity to see the latest applications and technology up close over refreshments. Let us know if you’d like to reserve a demonstration table when registering. Your organisation can also reserve permanent trade booths for the full three days. During session breaks while morning tea, afternoon tea, and lunch is served overlooking the beautiful Lake Burley Griffin you can host important conversations at your own booth with promotional and demonstration material on hand. If you are interested in booking a 3-day trade booth, contact us for more information.

Registration Fees

  Full Registration Day Pass Student Registration Student Day Pass

Registration
21-23 November

$800

$300

$500

$200

eWater Delegate Dinner
Tuesday 21 November
Included $100 $100 $100

(All prices ex GST)

Full Registration Inclusions

  • Attendance at conference sessions & Expo (Tues 21 – Thurs 23 November) at the National Museum of Australia
  • Conference pack
  • Access to abstracts, presentations and e-Posters (available to download online)
  • Morning tea, afternoon tea & lunch daily
  • eWater Conference delegate’s dinner (Tuesday 21 November) at Monster Kitchen, Hotel Hotel
  • Expo drinks and canapes (Wednesday 22 November)
  • Discount accommodation rates at Hotel Hotel

Day Pass & Student Registration Inclusions

Day and Student registrants will be entitled to the full registration benefits on the day(s) selected with the exception of the eWater Conference delegate dinner on Tuesday 21 November. The dinner is available for day and student delegates at a supplementary fee of $100.