ICWMM list of accepted 2023 abstracts (updated weekly)

Keynote Presentation: Metamorphosing the pachyderm in the room into Panacea and her siblings: how water systems models could (easily) do (much) more to help save civilization - Bill James, CHI, ON, Canada

Lesson learn: Optimizing solutions to improve Alexandria’s resilience to climate change - Daniel Baldwin, Jacobs Engineering, OH, USA

The secret art of model calibration - David Edgren, RJN Group, IL, USA

Using multi-scale modelling to assess the impact of LID implementation scenarios under current and future precipitation patterns in a semi-arid, flood-prone residential neighborhood - Daniel Phillips and Kamrul Hasan, Texas Tech University, TX, USA

An empirical equation for estimation of probable maximum floods in Ontario - Dequan Zhou, Hatch Corporation, ON, Canada

1D-2D SWMM calibration case study: Stoney run drainage study - Caroline Kersey, GKY & Associates, Inc., VA, USA, Kathie Angle and Hai Tran, City of Newport News, VA, USA

Identifying changes in the timing of heavy rainfall occurrence in Ontario, Canada - Albert Jiang, University of Guelph, ON, Canada

Lessons learned from 1D/2D modeling using the SWMM5 engine - Scott Jeffers, Anthropocene, AZ, USA

Defining dirty water: How much, how strong, how long, and how often? - Mike Gregory, CHI, ON, Canada

Urban catch basin modeling - techniques and calculations: Or how I learned to stop worrying and love the flow-by - Kyle Burton, Stantec Consulting, AB, Canada

Evaluating the hydraulic performance of stormwater management infrastructure with 2D modeling and in situ monitoring: Water Square Place des Fleurs-de-Macadam case study - Juan Esteban Ossa Ossa, Sophie Duchesne, Institut national de la recherche scientifique, QC, Canada and Geneviève Pelletier, Université Laval, QC, Canada

1D-2D integrated modeling for storm sewer capacity improvements - Alex Partridge, GKY & Associates, Inc., VA, USA

Alternative approaches to setup CN and imperviousness in SWMM models - Han Xiao and Jose G. Vasconcelos, Auburn University, AL, USA

Uncontrolled air pocket release and geysering in upstream dropshafts in stormwater systems - Jose G. Vasconcelos, Auburn University, AL, USA, Leandro C. Pinto, Liriane E. Bock, Rutineia Tassi and Daniel G. Allasia, Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil

Predicting microbial health risks from roof harvested rainwater using animal fecal pathogens - David Damaree, John Johnston, Santosh Ghimire and Michael Jahne, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, GA, USA

Hydraulic modeling and analysis of inline hydrodynamic separator units - Wilton Chang, City of San José, CA, USA

Probabilistic identification of failures in water distribution networks using Bayesian belief networks - Gözde Köse, Sergey Oladyshkin and Wolfgang Nowak, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Using AI model for sanitary sewer hydrology - Mel Meng, Innovyze, OH, USA

Integrating hydrometeorological data analysis and sewer hydraulic modeling for asset/utility management – two case studies - Henry Forkuo Junior Boateng and Ali Nakhli, WithersRavenel, NC, USA

Investigating a large watershed in the South West of France: Utilizing an integrated model for understanding flooding events - Nelly Peyron, HydroPraxis, France

Integrating PySWMM and Pymoo for automatic model calibration: an application to groundwater modeling - M. Rodriguez, Swiss Federal Institute for Aquatic Research, Switzerland, G. Fu and D. Butler, University of Exeter, United Kingdom and G.B. Cavadini, L. Cook, Swiss Federal Institute for Aquatic Research, Switzerland

Supporting HEC-HMS hydrologic methods in PCSWMM using Python scripting - Hailiang Shen, CHI, ON, Canada

Rolling out SWMM5+ for public use and open-source development - Ben R. Hodges and Sazzad Sharior, University of Austin at Texas, TX, USA

Evaluation of a GIS-based flood hazard assessment in Rochester, Minnesota - Michael Talbot, Camilla Correll, Sarah Voje and Paul Nation, Emmons & Olivier Resources Inc., MN, USA

Impact of the depth of a soil compaction layer on stormwater runoff and flooding in urban watersheds - Shirley Clark, Zorana Mijic, Jonathan Fischer, Travis Peters, Pennsylvania State University, PA, USA

Monitoring sewer solids for Covid-19 virus, methods and application - Steven Wright, University of Michigan, MI, USA

Calibration or well-described models? - Benjamin Refsgaard and K. G. Ravn, Vejle Spildevand, Denmark and Nelly Peyron, HydroPraxis, France

Can long-term sewershed-scale hydrology data for pre- and post-green infrastructure implementation be efficiently and effectively modeled using the SRTC tool in PCSWMM? - Andrew Roseboro, Ryan J Winston, Andrew Tirpak, Fang Cheng and Kathryn Boening-Ulman, Ohio State University, OH, USA

The impact of RTC implementation on the performance of green roofs in urban drainage systems - Shahrzad Hamidiaala, Abbas Jazaeri, Shirkhani, Abdolmajid Mohammadia, University of Ottawa, ON, Canada and Sophie Duchesne, INRS, QC, Canada

Modeling runoff dynamics from an urbanizing catchment to support the development of a management plan for a treatment wetland - Lihoun Teang, Thammasat University, Thailand, Muhammad Usman and Lloyd Chua, Deakin University, Australia, and Kim Irvine, Thammasat University, Thailand

Understanding the complex relationship between disappearing first-order streams, urbanization, and floods - Shyam Prasad and Amulya Vinaykumar, Clear Water Dynamics Pvt. Ltd., Bengaluru, India

Ecosystem-based adaptations for sustainable groundwater resources management in the transboundary Cambodia-Vietnam Mekong Delta Aquifer, lower Mekong region - Sujata Basnet, Sagar Shahi, Ho Huu Loc, S. Mohana Sundaram and Sangam Shrestha, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand, Pen Sytharith, Institute of Technology of Cambodia, Cambodia and Nguyen Thi Hong Diep, Can Tho University, Vietnam

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