All abstract submissions are now closed.
If you have any queries about the submission process or you want to withdraw a paper please contact the conference administrator at email@example.com
All proceedings of the congress are in English and no translation is provided. The congress CD will contain abstracts and or papers submitted. Any papers submitted too late for inclusion for the CD are only available by contacting the authors direct. PowerPoint presentations will only be made available after the congress, where the author(s) have given permission to provide this further information.
Selected papers from the proceedings will go forward for review by the editors of IWAP (IWA Publishing) and successful papers will be included in appropriate IWA journals.
IWA Publishing – Online Resources
The IWA Water Wiki is an open-access information resource for the water community.
Reference Material – Over 600 free-to-view articles, case studies and reports
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INVITATION TO AUTHORS
The IWA Water Wiki invites the submission of reference articles, case studies and poster presentations on all areas of water, wastewater and related environmental fields.
In addition, Wiki Editors are currently being recruited to review, update and commission articles.
Want to get involved?
Contact Victoria Beddow, Water Wiki Community Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Wiki Articles on Water, Climate and Energy
- Adaptation to Climate Change
- Producing Enough Food in a Climate Insecure World
- Local Government Perspective on Adapting Water Management to Climate Change
- Better Resources Management
- Water energy and Climate Change Key Policy Directions
- Water-Related Climate Risks
- Water Energy and Climate
- Gender Water and Climate Change
- Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
- Environment as infrastructure: Resilience to Climate Change Impacts on Water Through Investments in Nature
- Local Government Perspective on Adapting Water Management to Climate Change
- Water Infrastructure for Sustainable Communities
- Water Crisis
- Water Sustainability and International Innovation
- Water Resources Management
Water Intelligence Online – the online water reference library
Water Intelligence Online is an online information service for librarians and individuals providing access to a wealth of reference books, research reports, research papers and conference proceedings covering water, wastewater and related environmental topics.
Subscription to Water Intelligence Online gives you online access to the archive of IWA Publishing books and research reports, in addition to new publications in the current year. Alternatively you can view the full text on a pay-per-view basis.
Invitation to authors
Should you have current writing plans and would like to submit an idea, proposal or material for a new book then please contact the Editor, Maggie Smith (email@example.com) and she will be pleased to help with the publication of your proposal.
Download the IWA Publications Catalogue 2011
International Perspectives on Mitigation and Adaptation
Edited by Joel Smith, Carol Howe and Jim Henderson
September 2009 • ISBN: 9781843393047 • 290 pages • Paperback
Understand the effects of climate change on urban water and wastewater utilities with this collection of international scientific papers.
Co-published with the American Water Works Association.
April 2010 • ISBN: 9781843393238 • 248 pages • Paperback
Sustainable Water Resources in the Built Environment focuses on the water aspects of sustainable construction in less economically developed environments.
Integrating Water Resources Management Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Strategies in Practice
Investigates IWRM in the four selected twinned catchments covering six countries in Europe and Asia.
Edited by Geoffrey D. Gooch, Alistair Rieu-Clarke and Per Stalnacke
September 2010 • ISBN: 9781843393252 • 176 pages • Paperback
Neil S Grigg
December 2010 • ISBN: 9781843393467 • 204 pages • Paperback
This book is the introductory work in the new Governance and Management for Sustainable Water Systems Series. It introduces the subject of governance of water systems and illuminates relatively unexplored topics of water resources management.
Water Infrastructure for Sustainable Communities China and the World
Edited by Xiaodi Hao,Vladimir Novotny, Valerie Nelson
August 2010 • ISBN: 9781843393283 • 680 pages • Hardback
Water Infrastructure for Sustainable Communities presents an understanding of past successes and failures of efforts to control pollution and reduce floods and offers promising alternatives to provide adequate amounts of clean water for all beneficial uses, water and energy reclamation, and reduction of the carbon footprint.
Edited by Kensuke Fukushi, Futoshi Kurisu, Kumiko Oguma, Hiroaki Furumai, and Psyche Fontanos
September 2010 • ISBN: 9781843393627 • 280 pages • Paperback
Antonio Lopez, Claudio Di Iaconi, Giuseppe Mascolo and Alfieri Pollice
Christian Kazner, Thomas Wintgens, Peter Dillon
Adrianus van Haandel and Jeroen van der Lubbe
Carol Howe and Cynthia Mitchell
Innovative Appropriate Technologies for Treatment of Municipal Wastewater
Menahem Libhaber and Alvaro Orozo
Water and Energy
The Speakers Preparation Room is located on Level 1 in the Liffey Boardroom. Speakers are requested to visit this room at least the day before their allotted presentation time to allow for upload and testing of presentation elements. Ensure you have your presentation available on USB for upload onto the congress network. The Presentation Support Team will be present to assist with any queries.
Opening Hours of Speaker Presentation Room
Sunday 13th 13.00hr – 19.00hr
Monday 14th 07.30hr – 17.00hr
Tuesday 15th 07.30hr – 17.00hr
Wednesday 16th 07.30hr – 17.00hr
Thursday 17th 07.30hr – 15.00hr
In order to ensure the smooth running of the presentations, speakers are advised the following:
• Presentation Timings: All oral presentations (excluding plenary) will be a total of 15 minutes. 12 minutes for PowerPoint presentation followed immediately by 3 minutes of Q&A. Speakers are asked to adhere to these timings. This may differ for any workshops or special sessions. See congress timetable accordingly.
• Each chairperson will monitor your presentation timekeeping and using a lighting system, will discretely notify of your
• Should you run over your allotted time, you will be asked to move immediately to your final slide out of courtesy to the next speaker.
• No personal laptops are allowed at the podium for presentations.
• All speakers must be in their session room at least 10 minutes before the start of session and identify yourself to the session chairperson.
•Ensure when preparing your presentation that you use a Widescreen format of 16:9 as all screens within the venue are set accordingly.
There will be a poster session running each day of the congress from Monday 14th to Thursday 17th May 2012.
Any poster that is to be presented at the congress, must be accompanied by a registered author. No poster will be accepted for display without a minimum of one author registered for the congress.
A print company in Dublin SNAP has given a special discount for all congress poster presenters of €28.00 per poster.
To print your poster please email a high resolution to the below contact details specifying your requirements and collection date.
The posters can be picked up from the store close to the convention centre.
Tel: 01 6720199
Poster presenters are asked to adhere to the following additional guidelines;
A- Dimensions/Printing of your poster
i. Each poster must be in portrait format
ii. Each poster must be printed ( at the cost of the author) and MUST NOT BE BIGGER than the following size: Height/tall= 1189mm Width=841mm (AO Portrait)
iii. Any poster printed in landscape or larger than the provided dimensions will not be displayed at the congress
iv. Should you wish to print your poster in Ireland, please contact the registration desk for further information firstname.lastname@example.org
B – Displaying your poster
i. Each author will be notified of the date required for them to be in attendance during a poster session(s) by email on the 9th March 2012.
ii. Each poster will be assigned a display number and authors must only place their poster on their allotted board on their assigned date(s) of presentation.
iii. Posters must be hung/displayed on their assigned board no later than 0900 hr on their assigned presentation day(s).
iv. Posters must be removed at the end of your presentation day after 1700hr and before 1900hr- any posters remaining will be removed and the congress will not keep any left posters for later collection and may be destroyed.
v. Each poster will be provided with special Velcro stickers to attach their poster to their assigned board.