4th IWA Regional Conference on Diffuse Pollution & Eutrophication (DIPCON)

Community Organizer:

From widespread pesticide use to heavy metal emissions from vehicular transport to microplastic release into the environment, diffuse pollution has become a major threat to air, soil and water bodies. The IWA 4th Regional Conference on Diffuse Pollution and Eutrophication (DIPCON 2022) aims to encourage research, create awareness,  and bring researchers and decision makers together to understand and solve environmental problems caused by diffuse or non-point sources of pollution. Moreover, DIPCON 2022 aims to address a wide range of issues associated with urban and agricultural contamination of water, air, and soil resources along with the impact of climate change. DIPCON 2022 will bring scientists, engineers, hydrologists, policy makers, NGO, and water regulators together to  contribute to the scientific debate towards alleviating these adverse environmental effects.

Programme Committee

Name Affiliation Country
Dr. Mi-Hyun Park
University of Massachusetts Amherst United States Of America
Dr. Ralf Kunkel
Forschungszentrum Jülich Germany
Ms. Fiona Napier
Scottish Environment Protection Agency United Kingdom
Prof. Xiaoyan Wang
Hohai University China
Prof. Eva Abal
The University of Queensland Australia
Mr. Luis Alberto Bravo-Inclan
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Mexico
Dr. Rob Davies-Colley
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research New Zealand
Prof. Sarah Dorner
Polytechnique Montréal Canada
Prof. Ferdi Hellwegger
Northeastern University United States Of America
Prof. Atsushi Ichiki
Ritsumeikan University Japan
Prof. Puangrat Kajitvichyanukul
Naresuan University Thailand
Prof. Eakalak Khan
University of Nevada United States Of America
Prof. Lee-Hyung Kim
Kongju National University South Korea
Prof. Sungpyo Kim
Korea University South Korea
Prof. Xuyong Li
Chinese Academy of Sciences China
Assoc. Prof. Marla Maniquiz-Redillas
De La Salle University Manila Philippines
Prof. Fumiyuki Nakajima
The University of Tokyo Japan
Prof. Fiona Regan
Dublin City University Ireland
Dr. Katerina Schilling
Vienna Doctoral Programme on Water Resource Systems Austria
Dr. Zorica Todorovic
University of Salford United Kingdom
Dr. Markus Venohr
Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries Germany
Prof. Xiaoyan Wang
Fudan University China
Alper Elçi
Dokuz Eylül University Turkey
Başa kGüven
Boğaziçi University Turkey
Cevza Melek Kazezyılmaz-Alhan
Istanbul University-Cerrahpaşa Turkey
Dilek Eren Akyüz
İstanbul University-Cerrahpaşa Turkey
Emre Alp
Middle East Technical University Turkey
Filiz Dadaşer Çelik
Erciyes University Turkey
Ferhan Çeçen
Boğaziçi University Turkey
Melike Gürel
Istanbul Technical University Turkey
Nadim Copty
Boğaziçi University Turkey
Serdar Aydın
Istanbul University-Cerrahpaşa Turkey
Sezar Gülbaz
İstanbul University-Cerrahpaşa Turkey
Uğur Boyraz
İstanbul University-Cerrahpaşa Turkey
Ceyda Uyguner Demirel
Boğaziçi University Turkey