1. Prof. D. Nagesh Kumar: "Soft Computing in Water Resources Engineering"
2. Prof. M. C. Deo: Impact of climate change on coastal environment.
3. Prof. M. Perumal: An appraisal of various variable parameter Muskingum methods.
4. Dr. Ashish Pandey : "Food Security and Irrigation Management"
5. Prof. N. V. Umamahesh: "Urban flood modelling"
6. Prof. K. V. Jayakumar: "Urban Stormwater Management - the Current Scenario"
About SWARDAM 2016
Water is a precious resource on which the well-being of future generations depends and grows. The judicious management and protection of the existing sources is a way to meet the ever increasing future demand. The various issues related with water such as quality, quantity, management and planning are of vital importance. This conference is primarily intended to focus on such issues for the benefits of water resource faculties /engineers / policy makers/ scientists working in the field of planning, design, construction, maintenance and research and development. The recent technological and scientific developments associated with the management of surface and sub-surface water resources along with climate change scenario and sustainability issue will be presented in the conference.
THEMES & GUIDELINES
The papers related to the themes mentioned above and related with water resources and environmental engineering are invited from the faculties of engineering colleges and polytechnics, working engineers, scientists, research scholars, PG students and NGO’s working in related areas.
- River basin management, Irrigation planning and management
- Watershed development and management, Rainwater harvesting, Artificial recharge
- Impacts of climate change on water resources planning and management
- Groundwater issues and modeling
- Mathematical modeling and simulation techniques in water resources and environmental engineering
- Application of Soft computing techniques and GIS to water resources and environmental engineering
- Socio-economic aspects and governance in the water sector
- Water Quality, Waste water treatment and Management
- Storm water management
- Conveyance and Water Distribution Systems
- Any other topic related to water resources engineering
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF PAPER
The full text of paper is to be limited to a maximum of 8 A4 size papers including tables and figures. typed in Times New Roman and single spacing. The paper must include name, full contact address and email of the corresponding authors. The guidelines for authors are enclosed separately. Authors are expected to submit the full length paper in soft copy and scanned copy of the copy right transfer form by E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Download Guidelines for Authors
Last Date of Submission of
Full length papers: June 1, 2016
Acceptance of Paper: June 1, 2016
(Academic Institutes): Rs. 2000/-
- Students and
Research Scholars : Rs. 1000/-
- Industry Participants: Rs. 3000/-
Dr. D. G. Regulwar
Organizing Secretary, SWARDAM-2016
Department of Civil Engineering
Government College of Engineering
Aurangabad-431 005 (MS), India
Download Registration Form
- The registration fees and form shall be sent along with full length paper. The payment shall be made by Demand Draft of any Nationalized Bank in favour of Principal, Govt. College of Engineering, Aurangabad payable at Aurangabad. The fees will cover proceedings, one set of delegate kit, working lunch and tea during the conference.
- Traveling, Lodging, boarding and other expenses will have to be borne by the participants. Accommodation will have to be managed by the participants only. However, the guidance will be provided for accommodation. The hotel tariff may range between Rs. 700/- to Rs. 4500/- per day.
Aurangabad is a historic, holy and a place for tourism in Marathwada region of Maharashtra State. The Lord Ghrishneshwar temple, Bhadra Maruti, Saint Eknath Maharaj temple, Daulatabad Fort, Biwi-ka-Makbara, world famous Ajanta and Ellora caves are in close proximity. The city is well connected by roads, rails and air route. The maximum temperature of Aurangabad in July is about 330C.
Traveling, Lodging, boarding and other expenses will have to be borne by the participants. Accommodation will have to be managed by the participants only. However, the guidance will be provided for accommodation. The hotel tariff may range between Rs. 700/- to Rs. 4500/- per day.