eWater at MODSIM 2023
From 9-14 July 2023, Darwin’s Convention Centre will host the 25th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation – MODSIM 2023. The conference brings together modellers from a diverse range of fields, to showcase the latest science, technology and application of modelling to solve the challenges of our time.
Our Session at MODSIM 2023
We are excited to be attending MODSIM 2023 and will host a session in the Water Resouces Stream (session J7).
Providing Water for all: modelling to improve water security for communities,
the environment and industry
Our session will focus on several topics, including:
- how water modelling helps us understand water resources, including how they change and the interplay between supply and demand.
- the use of water modelling to inform water management decision-making.
- The application of Australia’s National Hydrological Modelling Platform, eWater Source.
We know the eWater community has lots of fantastic work to share and we’d love to help you showcase it to the broader modelling community.
Submissions are now open
Submissions for full papers (max 7 pages) are due by Friday 10 March and Extended Abstracts (one page) by Friday 21 April.
Full papers will be published in the online conference proceedings, extended abstracts will not be. Delegates will have a choice of presentation type (oral or poster) but the organisers will make the final decision on type. Both oral and poster presenters must attend in person.
Submissions are to be uploaded using Ex Ordo, make sure you read the instructions for authors and how to upload your submission.
If you would like to discuss being part of our session, please get in touch with session co-convenor, Trudy Green.
9-14 July 2023, Darwin, Australia
MODSIM 2023 will be held at the Darwin Convention Centre, from Sunday 9 July to Thursday 13 July, with a workshop day on Friday 14 July. The conference will be in person only, but plenaries and keynotes will be live streamed and available to watch free of charge.
Following the theme: Modelling to support planning for resilience in a changing world, the conference will feature 14 streams and almost 100 sessions and typically attracts 600-900 participants.
- Early Bird registration closes 31 March 2023 ($950 or $650 for students/retirees)
- All presenting authors are to be registered by 15 May 2023
- Last day to register is 30 June 2023
Full registration is $1050, $750 for student/retired
For full details about registration, streams and sessions, and logistics, visit the conference website.
NB: Accommodation can be difficult to find in Darwin during July, please book early to avoid disappointment.
For more information visit MODSIM 2023 website