List of accepted 2022 abstracts (updated weekly)

KEYNOTE presentation: It’s all pipes, what's the difference? - Lewis A. Rossman, Ph.D., Scientific Software Consultant, OH, USA

KEYNOTE presentation: To the cloud and beyond - a future of integrated continuous simulation? - Ben Hodges, University of Texas at Austin, TX, USA

City of Fredericton flood risk assessment and floodplain mapping - Naomi Vaset, Oliver Olberg and Murray Amirault, .V. Anderson Associates Limited, ON, Canada

Applying probable annual risk to a regional stormwater management program - George Remias, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, OH, USA

Systematic stormwater management: Getting the hydrology right - Mike Gregory, Computational Hydraulics Int., ON, Canada

Width parameter estimation through equivalent rectangle methodology - Ricardo Bonilla, Darmstadt University, Germany and Rafael Oreamuno, University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica

Snow melt influenced by rainfall - Jim Liu, Klohn Cripper Berger, BC, Canada

Quantification of flooding for stormwater infrastructure planning in Pouch Cove, NL with communal model calibration - Abena O. Amponsah, Joseph Daraio, Memorial University of Newfoundland, NL, Canada and Brian Peach, Town of Pouch Cove, NL, Canada

Field-collected continuous flow rate and rain gauge collected data as PCSWMM calibration inputs: improved flow reduction modeling for Etobicoke exfiltration systems (EES) - Claire Wittnebel, Aecom, ON, Canada

Exploring urban ecohydraulics through problem-based learning - Scott Jeffers, AnthroENG, AZ, USA and Franco Montalto, Drexel University, PA, USA

Improvements to OSTRICH-SWMM: A multi-LID and multi-algorithm optimization software tool - Maria Torres, Alan Rabideau, University of Buffalo, NY, USA, Shawn Matott, Rosswell Park, NY, USA and Zhenduo Zhu, University of Buffalo, NY, USA

Optimized calibration of RTK parameters in sanitary collection systems for wet weather, a Canadian case study - Saeed Hashemi, John Myers and Andrew Long, Jacobs Engineering, ON, Canada

The agrihood design: valuation of ecosystem services for NbS visions in Peri-Urban Bangkok, Thailand - Kim N. Irvine, Fa Likitswat, Alisa Sahavacharin, Tararat Lertwarapornpong, Thammasat University, Pathum Thani, Thailand and Detchphol Chitwatkulsiri, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan

Modeling the impact of LID for stormwater quality management in the Bongani stream catchment, Knysna, South Africa - Calvin David van der Merwe and Neil Philip Armitage, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa

A study of urban flooding mitigation using PCSWMM and HEC-RAS 2D - Robson L. Pachaly and Jose G. Vasconcelos, Auburn University, AL, USA

Experiments on air-water interfaces in emptying pipes - Jose G. Vasconcelos and Malusi Dlamini, Auburn University, AL, USA

Plus ~16 additional papers (abstract submissions ongoing until February 1st)

Sessions will be finalized the week before the conference.
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