Research School for Socio-Economic and
Natural Sciences of the Environment
Research School for Socio-Economic and
Natural Sciences of the Environment

IHE Delft PhD Symposium 2017 "Climate Extremes and Water Management Challenges"

Date: 02 October 2017 - 03 October 2017
Location: IHE Delft

Do you want to know more about water issues and challenges? Come and join us!

You are invited to the presentation sessions, 9:00h to 12:20h, to witness the speeches of our esteemed speakers and research presentations of international PhD Research Fellows of IHE Delft. Please come to IHE Delft before 9:00h for free registration. The activities for the two presentation sessions are as follows:

2nd October, Monday (Location: A1a)

9:00 - 9:30 Dr. ir. Eddy Moors, IHE Delft Rector
9:30 - 10:00 Dr. Blanca Jimenez-Cisneros, UN Waters
10:00 – 10:30 Jos van Alphen, Delta Project

Theme / timeRiver Basin & Coastal Engineering Challenges (Location: A1a) Water Treatment Solutions (Location: A1b) 
10:40-11:00The Spatial Variability of Actual Evapotranspiration Across the Amazon River Basin Based on Remote Sensing Models Validated with Flux-Towers (By: V.H. de Motta Paca)Treatment of ammonium rich wastewater using a novel microalgal-bacterial consortia (By: Rada-Ariza, A.M.)
11:00- 11:20Impact of model resolution on streamflow simulation in Irrawaddy River Basin, Myanmar (By: Sirisena, T.A.J.G.)Comparison of UASB and BTF bioreactor for the removal of selenate with sulfate and nickel (By: Lea Chua Tan)
11:20- 11:40Modelling suspended sediment dynamics on the subaqueous delta of the Mekong River (By: Thanh Q. Vo)Effect of N/S ratio on anoxic sulfide oxidizing bioreactors (By: Ramita Khanongnuch)
11:40- 12:00A intra-wave 1DV model for fine sediment movement near bottom in wave-dominated conditions (By: Liqin Zuo).Optimisation of soil washing for seleniferous soil from North-west India and biological treatment of soil leachate (By: Wadgaonkar S.L.)
12:00-12:20Development and validation of a three-dimensional wave-current interaction formulation (By: Duoc Tan Nguyen)

Effect of temperature on removal of micro-organics compounds in bank filtration system (By: Abdelrady A.)

3rd October, Tuesday (Location: A1a)

9:00- 9:30 Dr. ir. Bas Borsje, University of Twente
9:30-10:00 Dr. ir. Henny van Lanen, Wageningen University

Theme / timeImpact of Water Extreme Events (Location: A1a) Water Management Challenges (Location: A1b)
10:40-11:00Downscaling using dew point temperature with advanced delta change method in Mexico (By: Del Castillo Castillose, J.L.)Sanitation and the politics of difference in Maputo, Mozambique (1877-1960) (By: Adriano Biza)
11:00- 11:20Assessing the effect of additional information on operational drought management decision in the Ebro basin (By: Linés Díaz, C.)Towards Sustainability of Operations: Service Provision Approaches and Functionality of Water and Sanitation Systems in the slums of Kampala (Uganda) and Kisumu (Kenya) (By: Caroline Murungi)
11:20- 11:40Value of crowdsourced data and their integration into flood models (By: Herman Assumpção, T.)An unfinished business: Drivers of water crises in Mexico, revisiting the case of Lerma-Chapala Basin, Mexico (By: Jonatan Godinez-Madrigal)
11:40- 12:00Determining waterborne pathogens in flood-related water in urban areas. Case study: Can Tho city,Viet Nam (By: Huynh, T.T.N.)Pesticide Knowledge and Awareness in Agriculture-dependent Countries in Southeast Asia (By: Maria Luisa Salingay)
12:00-12:20Effect of simulated solar radiation on the die-off of indicator organisms (By: Scoullos,I.M.)

Water Loss Assessment in Water Supply Systems: Cases from Developing Countries (By: Taha ALWashali)

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