Leaders from government, industry, academia, and NGOs will convene to call attention to pressing crises in water management as the phrase "water is the new oil" is becoming a harsh reality with droughts, weather shifts, pollution, and population increases all posing a dire threat to the world's water resources. We believe that one way to address these challenges is through on-going collaboration; bringing people together to share ideas, technologies, information, and methodologies. This Water Management and Global Challenges conference does precisely that: act as a forum to discuss advances and innovations in management, research, technology, and policy affecting water-related challenges, ranging from ensuring public health and safe drinking water and food supply, to conserving precious water resources by energy producers and other industrial, commercial and residential end users.
The aim of this conference is to exchange ideas and advances in the field of Water Management and Conservation. The conference will provide a stage for scientists and engineers to present their research, original techniques, findings, and case studies. We welcome contributions in, but not limited to, the following areas:
Smart Water Management and Control
Water Data Management Platforms
Water Sensing and Monitoring
Water Information Systems
Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Applications for Water Systems
Climate Change and its Impact on Water Resources
This conference is hosted by New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) and held in conjunction with the Environmental and Public Health Network for Chinese Students and Scholars (ENCSS), and several participants from government, industry and academe.
Abstract Submission Deadline: Sept. 20, 2012
Author's Notification: Oct. 1, 2012
Abstracts Book Online Edition: Oct. 15, 2012
Abstracts Book Print Edition: Nov. 15, 2012
Full Paper Journal Submission: Jan. 15, 2012
Journal Publication (Expected): July 2013
$120 for conference, lunch, and coffee breaks $300 for conference, one night at hotel, breakfast, lunch, and coffee breaks
Two-page abstracts should consist of the following sections: title, authors’ names and affiliation, introduction, materials, methods, results and analysis, and conclusions. Each submission should not exceed two (2) pages excluding the bibliography. The font size should be no smaller than 12 point. Submission of an abstract represents a commitment that, should it be accepted, at least one of the authors will register for and attend the conference to present the work. Please email your contribution as a word document to Dr. Marta Panero at email@example.com and CC to Prof. Sarah Meyland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note about Full-Paper Submission
A select number of extended abstracts will be invited to publish their manuscripts in a special issue of a SCI-indexed and peer-reviewed jJournal.
Dr. Nada Anid, New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan, NY 10023, USA
Prof. Sarah Meyland, New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan, NY 10023, USA
Dr. Marta Panero, New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan, NY 10023, USA
Dr. Xiaohui Cui, New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan, NY 10023, USA
Dr. Wei Ding, New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan, NY 10023, USA
Dr. Cecilia Dong, New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan, NY 10023, USA
Dr. Helen Gu, New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan, NY 10023, USA
Dr. Shiyuan Hu, School of Resource and Environmental Science, Wuhan University, China
Dr. Xiaoliang Meng, International School of Software, Wuhan University, China.
Dr. Tao Zhang, New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan, NY 10023, USA