Water Convention 2009 will be held in conjunction with the International Water Association’s Leading Edge Technologies Conference (LET) from 23 to 25 June. Delegates will have ample opportunities to exchange valuable knowledge and experiences in the latest water and wastewater technology and infrastructure advances.
Focusing on key and emerging issues, the Convention will cover four main themes:
1.Water Technology Solutions for Today’s Applications
2.Managing Water Infrastructure
3.Water and Health
4.Planning for Sustainable Water Solutions
Each of the themes will also encapsulate a variety of topics that are relevant to the water industry today.
The Water Convention ‘s Programme Committee has lined up a host of high quality presentations where experts will share their experiences in their respective fields. Some of the experts who will be speaking at the Water Convention include:
Cindy Wallis-Lage, Chief of Technology, Black & Veatch Corporation, United States
David Cunliffe, Principal Water Quality Adviser, Department of Health, Australia
Gilbert Galjaard, Manager of Research Process Technology, PWN Water Company, The Netherlands
Glen Daigger, Senior Vice President, CH2M Hill, United States
Hubert Gijzen, Regional Director and Representative UNESCO, UNESCO Regional Science Bureau for Asia and the Pacific, Indonesia
Jamie Bartram, Coordinator, World Health Organisation, Switzerland
Judi Hansen, General Manager, Sustainability, Sydney Water, Australia
Kevin Price, Manager of Desalination Research, US Bureau of Reclamation, United States
Lee-Tak Ma, Director, Water Supplies Department, Hong Kong
Roland Liemberger, Vice-chair, International Water Association Water Loss Task Force, Austria
Rose Lang, Director of IWA China Office, China
Stewart Burn, Stream Leader of Infrastructure Technologies, CSIRO, Australia
Sue Murphy, CEO, Water Corporation, Australia
Tadeusz Malkiewicz, Researcher, Department of Water Affairs & Forestry, South Africa
Thomas Grizzard, Professor, Virginia Tech, United States
Wolfgang Kuehn, Managing Director, DVGW Water Technology Centre, Germany
More experts in technology, infrastructure, health issues and sustainability planning will be expected at Water Convention 2009 and there will be opportunities for interaction during panel discussions.
Instructions for Oral and Poster Presenters, and Poster Template.
Water Convention Schedule of Presentations is available now!
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