News

  • Virtual ICUD2020: Young researcher webinar series
    As you are aware, the impacts of COVID-19 meant that our ICUD2020 conference was officially postponed to 2021. In the spirit of continued collaboration and maintaining interactions among our Urban Drainage community, we have decided to hold a series of webinars where young authors, who originally submitted to ICUD2020, will present to their work to the Urban Drainage community.
  • Junior Scientists Workshop on MONITORING URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS AND RIVERS
    Click here to see the first announcement and call for abstracts for the 25th European Junior Scientists Workshop on MONITORING URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS AND RIVERS
  • The Poul Harremoes Award WST Virtual Special Issue
    Water Science and Technology launces the Poul Harremoes Award Virtual Special Issue that contains all published Poul Harremoes Award papers. This series not only shows high quality research, but also gives an interesting overview of the hot topics over time.

JCUD Events

  • ICUD 2021
    International Conference on Urban Drainage
    September 2021, Melbourne, Australia
  • UDM 2022
    The 12th edition of the UDM conference
    January 2022, Costa Mesa, California, USA


Virtual ICUD2020: Young researcher webinar

As you are aware, the impacts of COVID-19 meant that our ICUD2020 conference was officially postponed to 2021. In the spirit of continued collaboration and maintaining interactions among our Urban Drainage community, we have decided to hold a series of webinars where young authors, who originally submitted to ICUD2020, will present to their work to the Urban Drainage community.

We have gone through thorough reviews of all young author abstracts and notified the authors of the outcome. Congratulations to those who were selected for this webinar series, and for those who missed out, best of luck next time!

The seminar will be held via Zoom in the following time slots:
• 8th December 2020, 9am-10:30am Amsterdam time
• 9th December 2020, 11pm-12:30am Amsterdam time
• 10th December 2020, 4pm-5:30pm Amsterdam time

Click HERE for the detailed program and Zoom link.

Similar to our Poul Harremoes Award, each presenter will be assessed via a panel from the JCUD. The best presenter will be awarded free entry to the next ICUD and the top three will be invited to submit to a special issue in WST.