On February 3 2016, SeLow (Céline Vaneeckhaute) will present during a WEF (Water Environment Federation) modelling webcast:
‘Modelling 301: A Look at What Can Be Done: Leading Edge Applications for Design, Energy Use, Resource Recovery and Integrated Modeling’. This webcast will cover the latest in modelling applications.
The webcast has been designed to address 4 current topics of interest to participants including 1) the use of dynamic models for design to account for and quantify explicit variability and uncertainty, 2) the transition from nutrient removal to nutrient recovery modelling, 3) the use of models for aeration energy optimization considering both supply constraints and the tariff structure, and 4) an introduction to integrated urban water system modeling.
All presenters are leading experts in the modeling field and have been involved in both consulting projects and model development. They will share their vast experience with the audience as the participants will be guided through these current topics of interest. Previous webcasts have addressed the introduction to modelling and traditional model uses. This webcast, in contrast, has been specifically designed to address the benefits that modelling can generate when the traditional uses are expanded with new innovative approaches for design, energy use, resource recovery and environmental protection.
The webcast is FREE of charge. Registration information can be found here: http://wef.org/Modeling301/
Modellers, hope to have you all on board!Thanks for SHARING!