AQUA≈360 – Water for All: Emerging Issues and Innovations

Local Organizer: Prof. Fayyaz Memon, University of Exeter

This virtual gathering of internationally leading scientists, engineers, planners and practitioners and “rising stars” is to provide an exciting opportunity to discuss and showcase cutting edge water management research and technical, institutional, modelling, planning and community driven social and policy innovations.

Kala Vairavamoorthy, IWA Executive Director, has been announced as keynote speaker at Aqua≈360, alongside other industry experts such as Peter Van der Hoek, chair of Drinking Water Engineering at TU Delft, and Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Bath.

The event is designed to enable cross fertilisation of new ideas for the delivery of sustainable, resilient, energy efficient and smart water management to address climate change, rapid urbanisation and water pollution and secure safe and sufficient water and sanitation for all.

AQUA ≈360 – Water for All; Emerging Issues and Innovations is a highly subsidised conference with early bird registration fees of £50 for presenters, £25 for students and free for delegates/presenters/students from low-income countries. The registration is now open. The instructions for abstracts submission/authors can be found here:


Abstract submission deadline extended

The deadline for abstract submissions is being extended until 15th May 2021. Aqua≈360 have already received a diverse range of submissions from different themes and very much hope to receive your contribution, if you have not had a chance to submit your extended abstracts yet.