Keynotes

OICWE 2020 > Keynotes

Opening Keynote Speakers

Prof. Jean Venables

CBE, FREng, FICE, MCIWEM, FCGI
Past President of ICE
Director of Venables Consultancy, UK

Managing Catchments Sustainably – Isn’t one Person’s Flood another Person’s Water Resource?

Prof. Dominic Reeve

PhD, FIMA, FRMetS, FICE
Head of the Zienkiewicz Centre Swansea University, UK

​Experimental investigation of bimodal wave overtopping

Prof. John Williams

MCIWEM, CWEM, CEnv, FHEA
Prof. of Environmental Technology
University of Portsmouth, UK

Research Led Innovation to Deliver Sustainable Wastewater and Drainage Technologies

Dr. Essam Heggy

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Caltech, USA

On Water Detection in the Martian Subsurface Using Sounding Radar

Dr. M. A. Tomaszkiewicz

Climate Change Regional Advisor for UN-ESCWA

Impacts of Climate Change on Wadi Diqah River Basin in Oman

Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Mashikhi

General Director of Water Resources, MRMWR

Management of Water Resources in Sultanate of Oman

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Sessions’ Keynote Speakers

Dr. Ralf Klingbeil

Senior Expert Water & Environment
BGR, Germany

Groundwater Management: Challenges and Opportunities

Prof. Yunqing Xuan

College of Engineering
Swansea University, UK

Quantitative Modelling of Hydro-climatic Extremes for Resilient Infrastructure Design

Dr. Hazim El-Naser

Former Minister of Water and Irrigation, Jordan
Chairman of the Middle East Water Forum

Political and Economic Consequences of Groundwater Depletion in the Arab Region

Dr. Salim Ali Al Mamary

Oman Water Society Board Member, Oman

Effect of Climate Change on
Aflaj in the Sultanate of Oman

The organizing committee of the OICWE2020 welcome more
keynote speakers for sessions
.

If you are interested, please submit your proposal directly to the Chair by email: chair.oicwe2020@mtc.edu.om

 

News

Owing to the uncertainty that persists with the current COVID-19 pandemic,  the conference be deferred for one year. The new dates are 9-11 Nov 2021.

 

Submission of new abstracts re-opened until: 30 September 2020

ICE will publish the Proceedings of OICWE 2020 in both conventional (Hand bound Book) and electronic formats. The proceedings will be available as open-access on the ICE Virtual Library.

Submission of new papers re-opened until: 11 November 2020