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Dr. Elena Matta attended the First International Conference on Urban Water Interfaces (UWI) on 22-24 September 2020 (online because of COVID-19) and presented “A review of recent applications of neurocomputing methods in urban hydraulics and hydrology”. The talk highlighted the main outcomes of recent works dealing with the prediction of water level and discharge, sediment transport, odours in sewage systems, and water demands in the urban surface waters, providing an outlook to foster future research developments of neurocomputing methods. For further reading check out the publication on the Journal of Hydrology.

The conference in general presented research progresses achieved within the DFG Research Training Group ‘Urban Water Interfaces’ and aimed to provide a platform for presenting state of the art insights and novel findings from an international interdisciplinary community.

The conference topics were the following ones:

  • Interfaces in urban watersheds

  • Interfaces in urban freshwater ecosystems

  • Interface urban hyporheic zones

  • Interfaces in sewer systems

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