Programme

Programme for the Event

Last conference

Photo from previous symposium

We have set up a programme for the symposium, but there might be minor changes closer to the date or on the day. Our aim is to create a welcoming environment for water professionals from around the world and especially in New Zealand. You will find relevant water presentations and knowledgeable experts on the topics of water management and civil engineering.

 

Day 1

Opening

10 am Welcoming to the symposium

11 am Johnathan Stephens – Water Management in an Insecure World

12:30 Lunch (to be provided)

1:30 Professor Eric Black – Risk Assessment of New Dam Construction

3:30 Sarah Franks – Introduction to the Regulatory Framework for Water Management

5:30 Finish for the formal presentations from Day 1

6:30 Icebreaking function held at the hotel’s conference room

 

Day 2

10 am Fred Johns – How to Manage Rivers with Low Flows

11 am Riley O’Donald – Modelling Variability in Stream Flows

12:30 Lunch (to be provided)

1:30 Rosemary Zetland – Large Scale Metering of Water

3 pm David Rolland – Catching Thieves–How to Estimate Unmetered Water

4:30 James Patricks – Designing New Dam Requirements

5:30 Finish for the formal presentation from Day 2

 

Day 3

9 am Tony Bromps – Setting Water Allocations

12:30 Lunch (to be provided)

1:30 Yvonne Summers – Designing a Water Market from the Ground Up

3:30 Richard Martin – Marketing the Market–Convincing Stakeholders to Take it Up

5:30 Finish for the formal presentation from Day 3

 

Day 4

9 am Trevor Clinks – Meteorology and Water–How we Forecast for Water

10:30 Trish McMills – Setting the Bar for Team Management in Water

12:30 Lunch (to be provided)

1:30 Start of presentations from newly submitted papers

5:30 Finish for Day 4

 

Day 5

9 am Start of presentations from newly submitted papers

12:30 Lunch (to be provided)

1:30 Wind up the symposium

2:30 Finish, hope you enjoyed it!