Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

  • Track 1-1Water: An Essential Element for Life
  • Track 1-2Morphology of Water
  • Track 1-3Nutrient Management
  • Track 1-4Water Borne Diseases
  • Track 1-5Drinking Water and Wastewater Systems
  • Track 1-6Harmful Effects of Water Pollution
  • Track 1-7Water Supply and Sanitation
  • Track 1-8Removal of Pharmaceuticals from Water
  • Track 1-9Challenges of Water and Food Security
  • Track 2-1Effects on Water Resources, Water Cycle and Water Quality
  • Track 2-2Urban Water Management
  • Track 2-3Urban Stormwater Infiltration Systems
  • Track 2-4Urbanization Causes Water Scarcity
  • Track 2-5Smart Cities and Urban Water Supply Management
  • Track 3-1Climate Impacts on Water Resources and Water Crisis
  • Track 3-2Coastal Risk Management in a Changing Climate
  • Track 3-3Climate Change Consequences
  • Track 3-4Challenges for Atmospheric Research
  • Track 3-5Assessing and Managing Coastal Flood Risk
  • Track 4-1Biochar Adaptation
  • Track 4-2Retention, Release and Transport in Soils/Groundwater
  • Track 4-3Biodiversity of Food and Agriculture
  • Track 4-4Impacts and Adaptation in the Agricultural Sector
  • Track 4-5Colloidal Interactions of Nanoparticles with Water, Sediment, Soils
  • Track 4-6Soil Fertility and Biogeochemistry
  • Track 5-1Environmental Flows–Interactions between Hydrological and Biological Processes
  • Track 5-2Advanced Models in Turbulence, Heat Transfer and Mass Transfer
  • Track 5-3Hydrologic Risk and Uncertainty
  • Track 5-4Novel Monitoring Techniques and Analytical Approaches in Hydroecology
  • Track 5-5Waves and Currents
  • Track 5-6Fluid Mechanics
  • Track 6-1High Energy Costs Vulnerability
  • Track 6-2Emissions of Greenhouse Gas
  • Track 6-3Energy Production from Urban Water Cycle
  • Track 7-1Methods of Detection / Characterisation
  • Track 7-2Fate and Effects in Marine and Freshwater Systems
  • Track 7-3Effects of Emerging Contaminants in Tropical Environment
  • Track 8-1PFASs in Surface, Groundwater, Drinking water and Marine Environment
  • Track 8-2Impacts on environment and human health
  • Track 8-3Retention, release and transport in soils/ groundwater
  • Track 8-4PFASs interactions with soils and sediments
  • Track 9-1Simulation and Optimization Techniques of Water Pipe Networks
  • Track 9-2Wastewater Sludge Stabilization
  • Track 9-3Wastewater Quality and Management
  • Track 9-4Chemical and Microbial Risk
  • Track 9-5Overview of Drinking Water & Wastewater Resilience
  • Track 10-1Effect of Surface Chemistry on Adsorption
  • Track 10-2Process of Adsorption
  • Track 10-3Sedimentation and Filtration
  • Track 10-4Low Cost Adsorbents
  • Track 10-5Batch and Column Experiment
  • Track 10-6Heat Pump System
  • Track 11-1Freshwater Microbiology
  • Track 11-2Biotic and Abiotic Characteristics
  • Track 11-3Hydrobiology
  • Track 11-4Ecological Habitats of Microorganisms in Aquatic Environments
  • Track 11-5Factors Affecting the Microbial Population
  • Track 11-6Enumeration Mechanism
  • Track 11-7Taxonomy, Physiology, and Ecology of Aquatic Microorganisms
  • Track 11-8The Ecology of Microorganisms in Natural Waters
  • Track 11-9Waste Disposal in Aquatic and Solid Media
  • Track 11-10Biogeochemical Transformations
  • Track 12-1Global-Scale in Aquatic Systems
  • Track 12-2Marine Engineering
  • Track 12-3River Restoration and Remote Sensing
  • Track 12-4Erosion Processes
  • Track 13-1Water Resources Engineering and Management
  • Track 13-2Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources
  • Track 13-3Trend in Water Use and its Anticipation
  • Track 13-4Groundwater and Surface Water Interaction
  • Track 13-5Ground Water (Artificial) Recharge
  • Track 14-1Early Warning System for Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Track 14-2Rainfall-induced Landslide
  • Track 14-3Dam Break
  • Track 14-4Community-Based and Socio-Culture Approach on Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Track 14-5Debris Flow
  • Track 14-6Storm Water Management
  • Track 14-7Flood and Flush Flood Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Track 14-8Environmental Sustainability and Development
  • Track 15-1Massive Extinctions from Human Activity
  • Track 15-2Sustainable Forest or Sustainable Profit?
  • Track 15-3National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plans
  • Track 15-4Capacity Development and Transfer of Marine Technology
  • Track 15-5Ecology and Biodiversity Monitoring
  • Track 15-6Methods and Models for Water Research
  • Track 15-7Environmental Toxicity
  • Track 16-1Government Efforts and Transnational Collaboration
  • Track 16-2Disaster Risk, Climate Change and International Development.
  • Track 16-3Risks and Possibility
  • Track 16-4Foreign Legal Developments: Comparative Law and Policy
  • Track 16-5Water Laws & Policy: Problems, Prospects and Consumer Perspective
  • Track 16-6Monitoring and Preventing Water Pollution