GW4 Water Security Alliance Webinar SeriesFebruary 12, 2021 - June 11, 2021
The GW4 Water Security Alliance (WSA) is the largest UK water research consortium – and one of the largest worldwide.
The GW4 WSA will be running a weekly webinar series for the academic year 2020-2021. The series features a guest speaker each week and is aimed at stimulating discussion and knowledge exchange between academics, researchers, water professionals and students.
The series runs every Friday, from 14:30-15:30, and is held on Zoom. The sessions include a 30-40 minute presentation, informal Q&A/discussions, and they are a great way to form new links both inside and outside your University.
For more information visit the GW4 WSA Webinar Programme webpage.
9th April 14:30: David MacLeod (University of Bristol) Drought in the Greater Horn of Africa: past, present and future
16th April 13:30: Tom Beach (Cardiff University) Digital Solutions for Water Management and Conservation: Parallels across the UK and Africa
30th April 14:30: Mohammad Hassan Khanjanpour (University of Exeter)
7th May 14:30: Talia Rosin (University of Exeter)
14th May 14:30: Feng Mao (Cardiff University) Household water insecurity
21st May 14:30: Fola Ogunyoye (TJAY Consultancy Ltd)
28th May 14:30: Bernardino Nhantumbo (National Institute of Meteorology)
11th June 13:30: Tim Easun (Cardiff University) Safely managed water supplies: managing urban water quality
There are some spaces on the calendar so if you would like to give a presentation later in the year, or would like to suggest a topic we could cover, please do get in touch.
12 Feb 14.30: Simon Evans (Wye and Usk Foundation)
19 Feb 14.30:Eirini Nikoloudi (University of Exeter) Event Management and Event Response Planning for Smart Water Networks
26 Feb 14.30: Magali Nehemy (University of Saskatchewan) Stable isotopes are not enough – Using tree hydraulics to understand tree water use
5th March 14:30: Adrian Healey (Cardiff University) Transforming urban water resilience: the role of household self-supply in sub-Saharan Africa
12th March 14:30: Mirco Tonin (University of Bozan-Bolzano) Technology vs information to promote conservation: Evidence from water audits
19 March 14.30: Saeed Parnow (University of Tehran) Ground Sensing for Qanats
26 March 14:30: Stefan Uhlenbrook (IWMI) Managing the Water we Eat