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Delft-FEWS international user meeting 2023

08 Nov 2023  - 09 Nov 2023 Deltares

Annual user meeting for Delft-FEWS users around the globe

(Scroll down to the bottom of the page to download the presentations)

The group photo can be downloaded via the Deltares download portal.

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Join us at the International User Days of Delft-FEWS!

We are thrilled to invite you to this year's International User Days of Delft-FEWS, an exciting opportunity to connect with our thriving international community, and be inspired by fresh perspectives and ideas.

The program

Day one - 8 November

 

Time

Title

08:15-09:00

Arrival with coffee & tea

09:00-09:15

Opening

09:15-10:00

Keynote: Mirza Sarač (International Sava River Basin Commission), Andrej Golob (Slovenian Environment Agency, Slovenia). "Use of Delft-FEWS in the transboundary Sava River Basin: Floods in Slovenia during August 2023”

10:00-10:30

Emma Ferguson (Environmental Agency, UK), Paul Wass (JBA consulting). “Using FEWS to bring future improvements”

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-11:30

Bastian Klein, Monika Thül, Barbara Frielingsdorf, Dennis Meißner (Federal Institute of Hydrology, Germany). "Quality control and reproducible forecasting at BfG using Delft-FEWS"

11:30-12:00

Jeroen de Koning (Nelen & Schuurmans, Netherlands), Ivar Lokhorst (RoyalHaskoningDHV). "’Let no one be surprised by a flood’ - Enhancing Flood Early Warning Systems

12:00-12:30

Shannon Gross (RTI International, USA). “Building FEWS-based web applications”

12:30-12:35

Introduce break-outs and demos

12:35-13:45

Group photo + Lunch

13:45-14:15

Marcel Ververs, Gerben Boot (Deltares): “Delft-FEWS Developments

14:15-14:45

Adam Smith, Justin Robinson (BOM). “Ensemble modelling and flood forecasting at the Bureau of Meteorology”

14:45-15:45

Break-out sessions

Tom Bogaard (Deltares): “Web-OC plug-and-play

Max Radermacher (Obscape, Netherlands), Thierry van 't Westende (Deltares):
“A convenient real-time monitoring system to complement FEWS forecasts”

Klaudia Horváth, Jesús Andrés Rodriguez Sarasty (Deltares):
“RTC-tools + FEWS

15:45-16:45

Demo stands (with coffee)

Jhih-Cyuan Shen (National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan)

Max Radermacher (Obscape, Netherlands):
“A convenient real-time monitoring system to complement FEWS forecasts”

Christian Alfonsus Liguori (Deltares).  “Development of Water Resources Information System in Cambodia”

Alex Minett, Paul Wass, Odell Harrison (JBA consulting, UK), Emma Ferguson, Emma Maidment (Environmental Agency, UK). “Demo on the Incident Management Reference Database (IMRD).”

 

Jurjen Wagemaker

(FloodTags) “Integrating social media to validate flood forecasts”
Nicole Jungermann (HKV, Netherlands) “Network visualisation of FEWS configurations”

Sander Flobbe, Eelco Maljaars (Rijkswaterstaat, Netherlands)

“FEWS deployment automation and configuration management at Rijkswaterstaat, NL”
 

16:45-17:00

Wrap up, FEWS trailer & gift

17:00

Drinks + German corner + Balkan corner

18:15

Bus leaves for FEWS-dinner

 

Day two - 9 November

Time

Title

08:15-09:00

Arrival

09:00-09:15

Opening

09:15-09:45

Keynote: Koen Reef (Hydrologic, Netherlands). “Instantaneous Inundation Forecasts using Machine Learning Models.”

09:45-10:15

Nathan Barber (TVA, USA). “Utilizing machine learning to augment and explore a complex suite of operational hydrologic, hydraulic, and hydrodynamic models at the Tennessee Valley Authority

10:15-10:30

Marcel Ververs, Gerben Boot (Deltares): “Delft-FEWS Roadmaps”

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-11:30

Steve Wang (Seqwater, Australia). “The journey and highlights on the development of the Second Generation Gate Operations model in Seq-FEWS”

11:30-12:00

Riki Rahmad, Che-Hao Chang (National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan). "Integrating Open Data for Enhanced Hydrological Monitoring of Deli River with FEWS in Indonesia"

12:00-13:00

Lunch

13:00-14:00

Interactive session with the Community Strategy Board

14:00-15:00

Tour of the Deltares campus: visiting three major facilities of Deltares

15:00-15:30

Reconvene and wrap up tours

15:30-15:45

Wrap up

15:45

Drinks

 

Kind regards,

Socorro Rodrigo, Jeroen Berrevoets, and Ilonka ten Broeke
Delft-FEWS Conference Team 2023

 

Download presentations

Use of Delft-FEWS in the transboundary Sava River Basin: Floods in Slovenia during August 2023  >  By Mirza Sarač International Sava River Basin Commission By Andrej Golob Slovenian Environment Agency

Using FEWS to bring future improvements  >  By Emma Ferguson Environmental Agency, UK By Paul Wass JBA consulting

Quality control and reproducible forecasting at BfG using Delft-FEWS  >  By Bastian Klein , Monika Thül , Barbara Frielingsdorf and Dennis Meißner Federal Institute of Hydrology, Germany

Let no one be surprised by a flood’ - Enhancing Flood Early Warning Systems  >  By Jeroen de Koning Nelen & Schuurmans, Netherlands By Ivar Lokhorst RoyalHaskoningDHV

Building FEWS-based web applications  >  By Shannon Gross RTI International, USA

Delft-FEWS Developments  >  By Marcel Ververs and Gerben Boot Deltares

Ensemble modelling and flood forecasting at the Bureau of Meteorology  >  By Adam Smith and Justin Robinson Bureau of Meteorology, Australia

Break out - Web-OC plug-and-play  >  By Tom Bogaard Deltares

Break out - A convenient real-time monitoring system to complement FEWS forecasts  >  By Max Radermacher Obscape, Netherlands By Thierry van 't Westende Deltares

Break out - RTC-tools + FEWS  >  By Klaudia Horváth and Andrés Rodriguez Sarasty Deltares

Instantaneous Inundation Forecasts using Machine Learning Models.  >  By Koen Reef Alten

Utilizing machine learning to augment and explore a complex suite of operational hydrologic, hydraulic, and hydrodynamic models at the Tennessee Valley Authority  >  By Nathan Barber Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), USA

Delft-FEWS Roadmaps  >  By Marcel Ververs and Gerben Boot Deltares

The journey and highlights on the development of the Second Generation Gate Operations model in Seq-FEWS  >  By Steve Wang Seqwater, Australia

Integrating Open Data for Enhanced Hydrological Monitoring of Deli River with FEWS in Indonesia  >  By Riki Rahmad and Che-Hao Chang National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan

Interactive session with the Community Strategy Board  >  By Justin Robinson Bureau of Meteorology, Australia By Roger de Crook Hoogheemraadschap de Stichtse Rijnlanden

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