4th International Conference on Hydroinformatics − HIC 2022
Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest (UTCB) is pleased to invite you to the 14th International Conference on Hydroinformatics − HIC 2022, held in Bucharest, Romania, on 4-8 July 2022 which is organized together with University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest (UPB). Link to the event Hydroinformatics – – 2022 (utcb.ro)
All abstracts (short abstracts retrieved from Full Papers, as well as Extended Abstracts) will be inserted within the HIC 2022 Book of Abstracts.
Publication of the Full Papers will be made in an open access conference series volume, indexed in Web of Science and Scopus.
Key dates and deadlines
· December 15, 2021 – Abstracts submission deadline
· December 23, 2021 – Notification of acceptance of abstracts
· March 1, 2022 – Full Papers (or 4-pages Extended Abstracts) submission deadline
· March 30, 2022 – Notification on the peer-review results
· May 1, 2022 – Early-bird registration deadline
· May 15, 2022 – Revised Full papers (or Extended Abstracts) submission deadline
· June 15, 2022 – Late registration deadline
· July 4-8, 2022 – Conference in Bucharest
Please submit your abstract using the following link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=hic2022
Hydroinformatics focuses on the application of information and communications technologies, to address problems in the water industry, water resources management, and other fields connected to the aquatic environment. New trends, like the digital transformation of urban water systems, smart water networks and smart cities demand multi-disciplinarity and interoperability, to ensure a sustainable management of water resources. As the Hydroinformatics scientific community continuously grows, its interests encompass a wide range of topics, from the numerical modelling to the development of new sensors and tools, the interpretation of increasing amounts of data, the analysis and management of complex water systems, the integration of models, data and controls for practical applications.
The work of the IAHR/IWA Joint Committee on Hydroinformatics and of several IWA Specialist Groups has highlighted the importance of knowledge integration among scientists, practitioners and technology experts, in order to tackle the complex challenges of water management in a changing world.
Presently, in addition to the ever-present threat of climate change, the COVID-19 pandemic also changed our daily lifestyle. The repercussions of these recent events cannot be ignored. For example, in water supply, the impact of shifting a portion of the water demand from the industrial sector (corporate office buildings) to the residential districts from which people now remotely work, has the potential to change the demand patterns, thus the water distribution of urban areas.
- Technologies for water management and monitoring
- Big-data, knowledge and water data management
- Digital transformation of urban water systems
- Hydraulic and hydrological modeling
- Climate change impacts
- Environmental and coastal hydroinformatics
- Complex water systems remote sensing and control
- COVID-19 pandemic reflected in Hydroinformatics
- Water – Energy – Food nexus