Peter Chalk Centre

University of Exeter

Stocker Road

Exeter

EX4 4QD

Tel: +44 (0)1392 263637

E-mail: CCWI2019@exeter.ac.uk 

17th International Computing & Control for the Water Industry Conference

1st - 4th September 2019
University of Exeter, UK
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Keynote Speakers

Rebekah Eggers

IBM worldwide leader for Watson IoT Industry Solutions for Energy, Environment

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Water 4.0 – Riding the Tide, Waves, and Currents

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Max Maurer

Professor for Urban Water Systems and Director of the Institute of Environmental Engineering at ETH Zurich, and Head of the Urban Water Management Department at the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science & Technology

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Data driven urban water management: What is the potential of knowing more?

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Dragan Savic

CEO of KWR Water Research Institute

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What would ‘going Dutch’ mean for the UK water industry?

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Oliver Grievson

Technical Lead for the Water Industry at Z-Tech Control Systems and the Executive Director for the Water Industry Process Automation & Control (WIPAC) Group

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The practical aspects of Water 4.0

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Photography

Please be aware that we will be taking photographs during the conference and the University of Exeter may use these photographs in any and all media without any form of compensation to you.  Please inform the photographer if you do not wish your photograph to be taken

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