Events

15th Conference of the UK Network on Potable Water Treatment and Supply

The 15th Conference of the UK Network on Potable Water Treatment and Supply took place on the 28th of September 2022 at Cranfield University. After two years of online events, it was really good to see so many delegates attending our event in-person. This conference focusing on drinking water production from source to tap was…
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10th Conference of the UK Wastewater Network

The 10th Conference of the UK Wastewater Network will take at Cranfield University (Stafford Cripps, SC2) on the 29th November 2022. This conference will be the tenth of an annual series addressing innovative treatment options for wastewater treatment. This event is an excellent opportunity for attendees to get the latest challenges and innovations for wastewater…
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SWEE Professorial Networking Series – Professor Bruce Jefferson

  Bruce Jefferson is to deliver his inaugural address on the 21st of June, albeit 12 years after becoming a professor at the SWEE Professorial Networking Series. The event is being live streamed and recorded. You can register at: https://SWEEProfessorialNetworingSeries-ProfBruceJefferson.eventbrite.co.uk "The two networks have had a significant impact on my thoughts and works over the…
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UK Water Network Meeting #76 | Data to Actionable Information

  The water select collects a vast amount of data, much of it for regulatory purposes but increasingly in order to try and better understand our complex systems.  Combining (including with external data) and interpreting this data to yield insights is extremely challenging, perhaps most so for water distribution networks due to their vast scale…
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UK Water Network Meeting #76 | Data to Actionable Information

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  The water sector collects a vast amount of data, much of it for regulatory purposes but increasingly in order to try and better understand our complex systems.  Combining (including with external data) and interpreting this data to yield insights is extremely challenging, perhaps most so for water distribution networks due to their vast scale…
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