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Slides from the joint IAHR/IWA/IAHS Hydroinformatics Meeting in Chengdu, 8 Sept 2013, during the IAHR Congress

Slides from the joint IAHR/IWA/IAHS Hydroinformatics Meeting in Chengdu, 8 Sept 2013, during the IAHR Congress

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  • 1. HYDROINFORMATICS COMMITTEE MEETING Venue: Chengdu, China 08 Sept 2013
  • 2. Joint IAHR-IWA-IAHS Hydroinformatics Committee Meeting Date: Sunday, 08 September 2013 Time: 4:00 – 5:00pm Venue: Thrush Room (2nd Floor, Holiday Inn) Agenda • Introduction (5 min) • HI Activities (30 min): – HIC2014 – Journal of Hydroinformatics – HIC 2016 preparations • HIC 2016: Potential host presentation - Incheon, South Korea (15 min) • AOB (10 min)
  • 3. Committee Officers • Chair: Dragan Savic (UK) • Vice Chair: Michael Piasecki (USA) • IAHR – Michael Abbott – Felix Frances – Jeanne Huang – John Williams – Nigel Wright *Started their term in January 2013 • IWA – Ni-Bin Chang – Orazio Giustolisi – Hong Li – Avi Ostfeld – Bambang Priyambodo
  • 4. Hydroinformatics on LinkedIn Over 1,300 members Hydroinformatics Community
  • 5. HIC2014 11th International Conference on Hydroinformatics 17-21 August, 2014 New York, USA
  • 6. HIC2014 Web Site hic2014.org
  • 7. HIC2014: Important Dates hic2014.org/important-dates/
  • 8. HIC2014 Working Group
  • 9. Int. Scientific Committee (1) • Abbott, M.B. – Belgium • Albuquerque, A. - Portugal • Arctur, D. - USA • Babovic, V. - Singapore • Ball, J. – Australia • Barnett, A.G. – New Zealand • Brodaric, B. – Canada • Chang, N.-B. – USA • Chen, Y. – China • Chen, Q. – China • Choi, G. – Korea • Coulibaly, P. – Canada • Cunge, J. – France • Elshorbagy, A. – Canada • Falconer, R. – UK • Ferrante, M. – Italy • Fortune, D. – UK • Franchini, M. – Italy • Garcia-Navarro, P. – Spain • Giustolisi, O. – Italy • Goodwin, P. – USA • Gourbesville, P. – France • Guinot, V. – France • Hall, J. – UK • Hinkelmann, R. P. – Germany • Horsburgh, J. – USA • Huang, J.J. – China • Kapelan, Z. – UK
  • 10. • Kim, J. – Korea • Korving, H. – The Netherlands • Kutija, V. – UK • Lansay, K. – USA • Larsen, O. – Singapore • Laucelli, D. – Italy • Lee, J.H.W. – China • Lehfeldt, R. – Germany • Li, C.W. – China • Lin, B. – China • Lin, G.F. – Taiwan • Lin, P. – China • Madsen, H. – Denmark • Maier, H. – Australia Int. Scientific Committee (2) • Mark, O. – Denmark • Markus, M. – USA • Maidment, D. – USA • Molkenthin, F. – Germany • Muste, M. – USA • Mynett, A. – The Netherlands • Nicklow, J. – USA • Nguyen, V.T.V. – Canada • Ostfeld, A. – Israel • Peckham, S. – USA • Ranjithan, R. – USA • Reed, P. – USA • Rutschmann, P. – Germany • Schildauer, M. – USA
  • 11. Int. Scientific Committee (3) • Schwanenberg, D. – The Netherlands • Solomatine, D.P. – The Netherlands • Strybny, J. – Germany • Tarboton, D. - USA • Vojinovic, Z. – The Netherlands • Wallace, R. – USA • Wu, Z. – USA • Wright, N. – The Netherlands • Zaslavsky, I. – USA • Zechman, E. – USA • Zeman, E. Czech Republic • Zheng, W. – USA
  • 12. HIC2014 11th International Conference on Hydroinformatics 17-21 August, 2014 New York, USA
  • 13. LOCATION 14 City College New York New York City Shepard Hall City College New York Grove School of Engineering
  • 14. 15 VENUE Shepard Hall Campus City College New York Grove School of Engineering
  • 15. 16 SHEPARD HALL • Opening and Closing Ceremonies + Banquet Grand Hall: seating up to 1500 • Numerous classrooms Parallel Sessions sizes range from 30 – 70 people • Prep Rooms available computer labs • Numerous Facilities Janitors and Security supplied by CCNY • Wireless connection available IT can issue HIC guest accounts • Timing needs to be between terms => mid -> late August City College New York Grove School of Engineering
  • 16. CONNECTIONS 17 Airport: John F. Kennedy Airport: La Guardia Airport: Newark Int’l • 3 major Airport Hubs in NYC area - 2nd largest Hub after London • Connections to anywhere in world • JFK alone served by 90 airlines - American - Delta • Newark 35.4 million passengers - Continental - United • LaGuardia - mostly US domestic - American • Terrific Pub Transport System - safe! - clean City College New York Grove School of Engineering
  • 17. 18 INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT Dean Joe Barba has pledged $20,000 in support of this event in addition to logistical support such as staff and equipment. Associate Provost Larry Bank has been actively involved in the pre-planning of this event and would ensure leadership at all logistical levels. President Lisa Staiano-Coico has enthusiastically endorsed the event and pledged CCNY support at all levels. ECRI Director Charles Vorosmarty will serve on the Local Organizing Committee and has agreed to lend ECRI staff and facilities to serve as the HIC 2014 HQs. Environmental CrossRoads Initiative City College New York Grove School of Engineering
  • 18. 19 ACCOMMODATIONS Budget Housing: “The Towers” residence Hall has 164 apartments, a subset of which can be made available for the HIC 2014 at ~$50/night. NYC Hotels (free search): There are 100’s of hotels in Manhattan alone and there are a number of websites aiding in searching for cheap, medium, and upscale accommodations such as http://www.hotels.com => New York City http://new-york.hoelscheap.org to name just a few. NYC Hotels (reserved block): We will work with a professional Local conference organizer: - Conference and Special Program Development (URI) to negotiate and secure a block of rooms for the conference City College New York Grove School of Engineering
  • 19. 20 EVENT SPECIALS Travel Grants: The LOC will establish a travel grant program in which delegates from traditionally under- represented parts of the world can apply for HIC 2014 support; 10 – 15 grants. Students: Earth Science and Engineering students will be actively integrated into conference through special (competitive) grants allowing participation at no cost. The LOC will also hire students to aid in running the conference => exposure. Design: Students of the Robinson Center for Graphic Arts and Communication Design will be engaged in designing printed material of HIC 2014 such as the program and banners. City College New York Grove School of Engineering
  • 20. 21 EVENT ACTIVITIES Banquet: Jazz Ensemble, Orchestra, and Latin band are renowned in NYC area, initial contacts have been made to explore their availability. Accompanying Persons: • There is plenty to see in NYC! Tours are available. • Day trips to Long Island (Hamptons, Catskills Mts., …) Organizers: The LOC is planning on working together with two professional event organizers: - Joe Pittle @ CSPD (University of Rhode Island) - Fong Lee, Ivan Boo @ INMEET (based in S’pore) for all other aspects of the conference organization. City College New York Grove School of Engineering
  • 21. 22 PUBLICATIONS One abstract (350 words) • For selection of contributions Extended Abstract (3 pp max) • For inclusion into Proceedings • Electronic version on Thumbstick + Program No Paper! • US participation will hinge somewhat on this item. Conf. papers do not count much in the US system, hence conf participants do not want to spend time doing them, but rather invest time into Journal pubs. City College New York Grove School of Engineering Proceedings • No paper copy • Instead use Digital Library System ICHE 2006 used Drexel’s IDEA • Based on DSPace system (MIT) • Advantage: uses a ISBN number • Advantage: is paperless • Advantage: is “googleable” (indexed) • Advantage: is for free
  • 22. PUBLICATION (JOURNAL OF HYDROINFORMATICS)
  • 23. Current Editorial Board  Orazio Giustolisi Technical University Bari, Italy (April 2009)  Vincent Guinot University of Montpellier 2, France (April 2009)  Ole Mark DHI, Denmark (April 2009)  Michael Piasecki Drexel University, USA (April 2010)  Dimitri Solomatine UNESCO-IHE, The Netherlands (Nov 2009)  Philippe Gourbesville, Nice-Sophia Antipolis University / Polytech Nice Sophia, France (November 2010)  Gwo-Fong Lin, National Taiwan University, Taiwan (November 2010)  Zoran Vojinovic, UNESCO-IHE, The Netherlands (Apr 2012)
  • 24. Editorial Aims Quality, Quality, Quality…
  • 25. Editorial Aims  Prompt publication of accepted papers  Turnaround time target: 3 months  Invite high-impact state-of-the-art papers  Special Issues - key conferences (HIC2010, 12, 14)  Special invitation: Practice papers No Impact Factor aims – it will follow quality!
  • 26. News  Online Preview - published issues online ahead of print  Uncorrected proofs now available online  Free to view papers older than 2 years  Over 70 papers awaiting publication (63 in Uncorrected Proofs)  will take us into volume 16 (2014)  Increased issue size (number of papers published per issue)
  • 27. Journal Stats 2009-2013 †Year to date (1 Sept) 116 149 210 321 169 57.5 60.8 70.1 72.8 67.2 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Submitted Rejected (%)
  • 28. Journal Stats 2007-2011 28 24 26 36 63 74 73 11.8 14.4 13.2 14.4 13.9 14.7 14.5 330 346 343 520 876 1088 1058 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 (ytd) Papers Ave paper length Pages
  • 29. Journal Time Stats 30 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 2011 2012 2013 Months Review Online Published To 1st Decision
  • 30. Geographical Distribution 2007/13 16 11 9 12 21 32 40 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 7 5 14 14 15 16 1 4 3 4 10 9 8 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 6 2 8 5 17 16 6 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Europe Total Africa Total Asia Total Middle East Total Australasia Total Americas
  • 31. Journal Impact Factor 2006-2010 Started with IF=0.457 (2007)
  • 32. It is your Journal! You can help by:  Submitting high quality papers  Reviewing papers for the Journal  Citing relevant papers from the Journal  We are open to your suggestions
  • 33. Acknowledgements  Emma Gulseven – IWA Publishing  Michael Dunn – IWA Publishing  Contributors and reviewers
  • 34. Preparations for HIC2016  Expressions of interest will be invited to organise the Hydroinformatics conference HIC2016 (Oct/Nov 2013)  A Selection Committee will decide who the preferred bidder is (Jan/Feb 2014)  The selected organiser will present at HIC2014 in New York 35
  • 35. HIC 2016 SONGDO Hosted by | Incheon National University Venue | Songdo ConvensiA, Incheon, Korea
  • 36. BID FOR HIC 2016 – SONGDO • Hosted by: Smart Water Grid Research Group & Incheon National University • Support and involvement from: Incheon Metropolitan City & K-Water • Location: Songdo International Business District (SIBD) – a new Smart City or Ubiquitous City located along Incheon's waterfront – 30 minutes from Incheon International Airport – 90 mins away from Seoul Incheon Grand Bridge Songdo Central Park District Songdo Central Park District
  • 37. SWG RESEARCH GROUP • Smart Water Grid Research Group – Supervision : Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs (MLTM) – Project Type: Research Project of Water Management – Main Organization : Incheon National Uni. and involving 50 plus institutions • Vision : The best country on Water Welfareness until 2020 – Final Goal : Establish ICT based water management infra-system with high efficiency – Budget : Total 30 Million USD (20 Million USD from Gov.) during 4 research years – Period : 26th of July, 2012 – 25th of July, 2016 (4years)
  • 38. SWG RESEARCH GROUP • Participating Research Organizations – Incheon National University , Chungbuk National University, Inha University – Rural Research Institute of Korea Rural Corporation, Korea Interfacial Science and Engineering Institute, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, International Center for Urban Water Hydroinformatics Research & Innovation, – POSCO Engineering & Construction, DOHWA Engineering Co.,Ltd., Leotek Co., Ltd., PASSTek Co.,Ltd., SURO Tech Co., Ltd. • Participating Enterprises – Samsung C&T Corporation, K-Water, DongYangPipe Co.,Ltd., Samsung Cheil Industries Company, Korea Piping Engineering & Materials, Cowithone, Centennial Technology Company, P&I Co.,Ltd., NARU Technology Co.,Ltd., Gentro Co.,Ltd., eMatrix, Hydrology Engineering & Consulting Center, Korea Inc
  • 39. Total 30 Million USD (20 Million USD from Gov.) during 4 research years SWG RESEARCH GROUP
  • 40. SWG RESEARCH GROUP
  • 41. BID FOR HIC 2016 – SONGDO • Participation of at least more than 300 Korean attendees (guarantee) – 200 from Smart Water Grid Research Group – 100 from other universities, research institutes, companies, local government, etc – Meetings and discussions with Korean local government • “Smart Water Group Research” Session – Will be in its last year of research by 2016 – HIC 2016 will be a great platform to share its findings
  • 42. SONGDO CONVENSIA Exhibition Hall • Usable Area : 8,416m2 / Capacity : 450 booths Premier Ballroom • Usable Area : 1,716 m2 / 3 Partitioned rooms available Conference Rooms (1F/2F/3F) • 2,304 m2 of dedicated space that can be merged or partitioned into 10-23 rooms • "Ubiquitous systems" including wireless internet, voice recognition cameras, and more. • Advanced systems including soundproof walls, 28 electronically-operated screens, 28 LCD projectors.
  • 43. SONGDO CONVENSIA Premier Ballroom (1,716 sqm) Exhibition Hall (8,416 sqm) Meeting Rooms (23 meeting rooms) VIP Room
  • 44. EASY INTERNATIONAL ACCESS
  • 45. EASY ACCESS WITHIN KOREA • 20 mins driving distance from Incheon International Airport. • Easy access to Seoul (by driving, metro & taxis)
  • 46. ACCOMODATION Most hotels are located within walking distance to the Songdo ConvensiA. (120 – 150 usd/night)
  • 47. ACCOMODATION • Attendees will be able to enjoy special rates at the hotels • Low cost accommodation will also be available for students and other delegates (70USD and less) – Guesthouse and dormitory in Incheon National University – Hotels, motels in Yeonsu-Gu, located about 15-20 minutes bus journey away Incheon National University Guesthouse (40usd/night) Songdo J Motel (35usd/night)Hotel Amare (65 usd/night)
  • 48. TOURISM ATTRACTIONS Incheon’s sky and sea will provide the perfect environment for a memorable getaway from your everyday life “ ” Incheon’s 4MajorTourismZones
  • 49. ATTRACTIONS Songdo – Leisure and Business All in One Place Songdo Central Park Waterway Tri-BowlIncheon Bridge Observatory Songdo iFez Building
  • 50. ATTRACTIONS Museums, Galleries, Arts and Sports Sites Incheon Art Platform Korean Traditional GardenIncheon Open Port Museum Chinatown Jjajangmyeon Museum Munhak World Cup Stadium
  • 51. ATTRACTIONS (GANGHWA) Ganghwa History Museum Ganghwa Dolmen (UNESCO World Heritage Site) Gwangseongbo Fort Goryeo’s Royal Palace Ganghwa Mudflat Center Experience Korean Rich Culture , Heritage and Sights
  • 52. ATTRACTIONS (GANGHWA) Jeondeungsa Temple - Temple Stay Experience Korean Rich Culture , Heritage and Sights
  • 53. ATTRACTIONS (Islands) Masiran BeachEulwang Beach Sugi Beach Nearby Islands – Sido Island, Mondo Island, Yeongjongdo Island Deokjeokgun-do Archipelago Jangbong-do Ferry Pier
  • 54. ATTRACTIONS (SEOUL) Dongdaemun – The Fashion Mecca of Korea Dongdaemun Gate Seoul Folk Flea Market Doosan Tower, Migliore and Cerestar
  • 55. ATTRACTIONS (SEOUL) NamSan– The Center of Seoul Seoul Tower Cable Car Seoul City Night View from NamSan Namsan Park
  • 56. ATTRACTIONS (SEOUL) Insadong: Culture and Crafts Aplenty Korean Traditional Ceremony Ssamzie MallInsadong Alleys Korean Traditional Arts & Crafts Korean Rice Cake
  • 57. ATTRACTIONS Shopping and Food – Incheon, Bupyeong & Seoul Traditional Korean Crusine Bibimbap Bulgogi (Grilled Marinated Beef)
  • 58. ATTRACTIONS Shopping and Food – Incheon, Bupyeong & Seoul Bupyeong Shopping StreetsMyongdong Commercial Market
  • 59. HIC 2016 SONGDO Thank You 감사합니다
  • 60. Hydroiformatics Committee  You are the Committee/Community!  Please contribute  Support the Conference  HIC2014, New York  Support the Journal  Submit papers  Act as reviewers 61
  • 61. 62 Thank you! AOB? Questions/Comments? See you in New York 17-21 August 2014 d.savic@ex.ac.uk