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Session Information
01:Remote sensing and modeling of the terrestrial water cycle
Conveners:  Yun Pan (Capital Normal University), Qinghua Luan (Hebei University of Engineering), WeihongLiao (IWHR)
Description: The main topics in this session include, but are not limited to: (1)Hydrological processes and water balance; (2) Comparisons among remote sensing, modeling and in situ observations;  (3) Data processing algorithm and applications; (4)Error estimation and uncertainty analysis.


02:Hydrometeorology Nowcasting and Forecasting
Conveners: Dehua Zhu (Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology), Mingxiang Yang (IWHR)
Description: The main topics in this session include, but are not limited to: (1) Key technologies and methods for disastrous weather forecasting;  (2) Advances in QPE and QPF based on weather radar technology; (3) Hydrological monitoring and prediction based on ensemble forecasting system; (4) Urban floods mitigation and forecasting system;


03:Integrated planning and development of hydro-wind-solar power: Enhancing clean electric power system transition
Conveners: Xiaohui Lei (IWHR), Guoyi Han (Stockholm Environment Institute), Xin Wen (Hohai University)
Description: The main topics in this session include, but are not limited to: (1) The role of
hydropower as an enabler for enhancing regional energy cooperation and market integration, including integrated hydro-wind-solar system design; (2) Hydro scheduling in multiple power markets; (3) Optimization algorithms and modeling; (4) Pumped storage hydropower and ancillary services; (5) Regional energycooperation and market integration mechanisms and best practices, among others. 


04: Water Resources Scheduling and Management in Urban Water Systems
Conveners: Zoran Kapelan (University of Exeter), Soon-Thiam Khu (Monash University)
Co-convener: Qi Wang (Guangdong University of Technology), Jiping Jiang (Southern University of Science and Technology), Feifei Zheng (Zhejiang University), Xu Wang (IWHR)
Description: The main topics in this session include, but are not limited to:
(1) Normal and emergency scheduling of water resources in urban raw water systems;
(2)Optimal operation of reservoirs, joint operation of reservoir group;
(3) Optimal operation and emergency scheduling in water distribution systems;
(4) Urban floods mitigation, operation and management of urban drainage system.


05:Scheduling and Management of Water Diversion Project
Conveners: Yu Tian (IWHR), Chao Ma (Tianjin University), Yang Yu (IWHR), Rafael Schmitt(Stanford University)
Description: The main topics in this session include, but are not limited to:
(1) Multi-objective regulation and control technology of water diversion project;
(2) Study on the impact of water diversion project on water resources;
(3) Operation, scheduling and management of water diversion project;
(4) Hydraulic transition process technology;
(5) Water quality protection for water diversion projects;
(6) Application of information technology in water diversion project.


06:Ecological operationof reservoir system
Conveners: Zhengjie Yin (Changjiang WaterResources Commission of the Ministry of Water Resources), Xinan Yin (Beijing Normal University), Yang Fang (Pearl River Water Resources Commission of the Ministry of Water Resources)
Description: The main topics in this session include, but are not limited to: (1) Ecological operation for species conservation (such as fish); (2) Ecological operation for water quality
improvement;  (3) Ecological operation for restoring e-flow; (4) Ecological operation for other purposes ; (5) Reservoir ecological operationoptimization and management.

07:Reservoir Sediment Regulation
Conveners: Yujun Yi (Beijing Normal University), Yuanjian Wang (YRIHR), Markus Noack(University of Stuttgart)
Description: The main topics in this session include, but are not limited to: (1) Basic Theory of Sediment Movement in reservoir areas; (2) Risk Evaluation of Reservoir Sedimentation; (3) Key Technology for the Sediment Regulation for one or multi-Reservoirs (Based on Strong Manual Measures and Hydrodynamic); (4) Comprehensive Effect of Reservoir Sediment Regulation on Geomorphology, Society, Economy, Ecology and Environment; (5) General Management of Reservoir Sedimentation; (6) Impact and adaptive measurements of Climate Changes and Human Activities on the Regulation of Reservoir Sediment.
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Key Dates
Abstract Submission
    2018/08/31
Abstract Acceptance Notification
    2018/09/05
Paper Submission
    2018/09/30
Early Bird Registration
    2018/09/15
Symposium
    2018/10/16-20