Hydrology and Water Research eConference

HydroRes-eCon2023 (Edition1)

19 June 2023 (London GMT+1) and 20 June 2023 (Tokyo GMT+9)

Water Resources Management, Water Governance, Hydrology & Hydraulics, Water-Human Development, Urban Water Management


Welcome From The Conference Secretariat


Dear Colleagues,

The Research Catalyst is privileged to organize Hydrology and Water Research eConference (HydroRes-eCon2023 (Edition1)) to be held from 19 June 2023 (London GMT+1) and 20 June 2023 (Tokyo GMT+9) Online. The conference aims at sharing new ideas, possibilities, and the latest technological advances among students, professionals, researchers, scientists, and industrialists in the field of Water for providing better solutions to everyday challenges.

HydroRes-eCon2023 (Edition1) provides an advanced online forum for the science and technology of Water and its applications. The online conference is expected to foster oral presentations, poster presentations, and private lounge meetings for networking among participants. The conference aims to encourage scientists to present their experimental and theoretical results in as much detail as possible through their presentations.

The theme of the conference focuses on recent innovations and applications in Water including technical sessions and interactive discussions.

The conference will discuss how Water help in engineering practical systems at the nanoscale to help different fields of engineering and science. Major breakthroughs in these fields and the role of Water to raise the bar in the scientific field will be the major goal of discussions and sessions of the conference.

The conference encourages the exchange of ideas and knowledge across multiple disciplines of Water and includes plenary, keynote lectures, video and poster presentations, workshops, and exhibitions.

We look forward to seeing you at HydroRes-eCon2023 (Edition1).

Kris G
Conference Secretary
The Research Catalyst

Invited speakers
Vinicius Taguchi

North Carolina State University, USA

Chen Lu

Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China

Pawel Gilewski

Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Ahmed Elbeltagi

Mansoura University, Egypt

Leonardo Villafuerte

Bolivian Catholic University San Pablo, Bolivia

U Surendran

Centre for Water Resources Development and Management, India

Sharannya T.M

Centre for Water Resources Development and Management (CWRDM), India

Ghulam Zakir-Hassan

Punjab Irrigation Department Lahore, Pakisthan

Muhammad Arfan

Centre for Climate and Environmental Research Lahore, Pakisthan

Juma Rajabu Selemani

African Institution of Science and Technology, Tanzania



The registration fee includes access to all conference sessions, a conference participation certificate, and an abstract book (pdf).
Participation in the conference is considered final only once the registration fees have been paid. The number of participants is limited: once the number of paid registrations reaches the maximum number of participants, unpaid registrations will be canceled.

Certificate of Attendance: Upon request, the participants of the event will receive an electronic Certificate of Attendance by email once the event is concluded.

Members of partnering societies will receive a 20% discount on the registration fees. For special discount and group, discount requests contact the conference secretariat at:https://theresearchcatalyst.com/contact


  • Water availability and scarcity in a changing climate
  • Sustainable water management strategies for agriculture
  • Modeling and simulation of hydrological processes
  • Impacts of land use change on hydrological systems
  • Water quality monitoring and management
  • Groundwater recharge and remediation
  • Watershed management and restoration
  • Innovative technologies for water treatment and purification
  • Impacts of natural disasters on water resources
  • Water governance and policy for sustainable development
  • Environmental flows and ecosystem services of rivers and wetlands
  • Coastal hydrodynamics and sea level rise
  • Water and sanitation in developing countries
  • Urban water management and green infrastructure
  • Water-energy nexus: challenges and opportunities
Conference Schedule

20 JUNE 2023



09:00 AM

Framing Water Policies: A Transdisciplinary Study of Collaborative Governance; the Katari River Basin

By VillafuertePhilippsborn Leonardo

Bolivian Catholic University San Pablo, Bolivia


09:25 AM

Green Stormwater Infrastructure: Who really benefits?

By Taguchi Vinicius

North Carolina State University, USA



9:50 AM

Hydrogen peroxide can be a plausible biomarker in cyanobacterial bloom treatment

By Rahman Mizanur

Saitama University, Japan



10:15 AM

A Novel Flood Peak Forecasting Model

By Chen Lu

Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China


10:40 AM

Innovative Structures for Alternative Shoreline Protection in Malaysia

By Ahmad Hadi Mohamed Rashidi

National Water Research Institute of Malaysia, Malaysia


11:05 AM


By Surendran Udayar

Centre for Water Resources Development and Management, India



11:30 AM

Impact of Climate and Land Use Land Cover Changes on Hydrology

By Sharannya Thalli

National Institute of Technology Karnataka, India


11:55 AM

Generation of flood inundation scenarios in an alluvial flood plain for in flood damage assessment

By Das Susanta

University of Florida, USA


12:20 PM

Neoliberal Reformism and the Resilience of the Agrarian Irrigation Bureaucracy: A Case Study of Pakistan

By Arfan Muhammad

Centre for Climate and Environmental Research Lahore., Pakistan


12:45 PM

Rainwater harvesting- A source of water supply to combat water scarcity in Pakistan

By Zakir Hassan Ghulam

Punjab Irrigation Department Lahore, Pakistan



01:10 PM

Hydrograph separation in upper Pangani River Basin

By Selemani Juma

African Institution of Science and Technology, Tanzania



1:35 PM

Forecasting Long-term Series of Palmer Drought Severity Index using Hybrid CNN with LSTM, SVR, RF and XGBoost Models

By Elbeltagi Ahmed

Mansoura University, Egypt



02:00 PM

How the grid resolution and the deterministic interpolation method can affect spatial distribution of precipitation in rainfall-runoff model applied in a mountainous region.

By Gilewski Paweł

Warsaw University of Technology, Poland