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11May

Delft-FEWS Australian User Days 2021

11 May 2021  - 20 May 2021 Online (Microsoft Teams, hosted by Sunwater)

Program and download link for all presentations

2021 saw the second edition of the online Australiasian Delft-FEWS User Days, which allowed a record number of international speakers to share their knowledge and experience with us down under.

This page shows the full program, as well as links to all presentations below.

    Tuesday 11 May - afternoon
    chair - Adam Broit (Sunwater)

    • 14:00 - Opening, welcome
    • 14:05 - Alerting for flash flooding and river levels (Chris Leahy, Bureau of Meteorology)
    • 14:40 - SuDS system update (Clint Chrystal, Sunwater)
    • 15:20 - International speaker (07:20): Delft-FEWS Roadmaps (Gerben Boot, Deltares)

    Wednesday 12 May - morning
    chair - David Pokarier (Seqwater)

    • 10:00 - An Operators View – Flood forecasting using FEWS (Fraser White, TasWater)
    • 10:40 - FEWS-bite - Delft-FEWS for National Monitoring (Chris Leahy, Bureau of Meteorology)
    • 11:00 - FEWS-bite - Pilot Delft-FEWS Application for Modelling Data Management (Link Zhao, Auckland Council) 
    • 11:20 - Developing a multi-scale early warning system for coastal flooding and erosion on Australia’s open beaches (Mandi Thran, UNSW WRL)

    Thursday 13 May - afternoon
    chair - Sue Oates (Bureau of Meteorology)

    • 14:00 - Assessing flood warning performance using the Performance Assessment Tool (Wen Wang, Bureau)
    • 14:40 - Community Strategy Board of Delft-FEWS (Justin Robinson, Bureau of Meteorology)
    • 15:20 - International speaker (06:20): UK Flood forecasting system (Deb Summerskill, EA)

    Tuesday 18 May - afternoon
    chair - Justin Robinson (Bureau of Meteorology)

    • 14:00 - Seq-FEWS system update (Steve Wang, Seqwater)
    • 14:40 - International speaker (06:40): New features in Delft-FEWS 2020.02 (Marcel Ververs, Deltares)
    • 15:20 - Int. speaker (06:20): Communicating uncertainty information - (David Demeritt, King College) 

    Thursday 20 May - afternoon
    chair - Clint Chrystal (Sunwater)

    • 14:00 - ROWS in the cloud (Lawrence Lingam, MDBA)
    • 14:40 - Int. speaker (05:40): WaterCoach experiences in the UK and NL (Emma Ferguson, EA; Simone, Deltares)
    • 15:20 - International speaker (07:20): Hydrological forecasting at WMO (Hwirin Kim, WMO; Elma Kazazic, Bureau)
    • 15:55 - Closing
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    • 16:30 - Meet-up in your local watering hole

    All times in AEST (or GMT+10)

    Download presentations

    01-01 Alerting for flash flooding and river levels  >  By Chris Leahy Bureau of Meteorology

    01-02 SuDS system update  >  By Clint Chrystal Sunwater

    01-03 Delft-FEWS vision2025 and roadmaps  >  By Gerben Boot Deltares

    02-01 An Operators View – Flood forecasting using FEWS  >  By Fraser White TasWater

    02-02a Delft-FEWS for National Monitoring  >  By Chris Leahy Bureau of Meteorology

    02-02b Pilot Delft-FEWS Application for Modelling Data Management  >  By Link Zhao Auckland Council

    02-03 Multi-scale EWS for coastal flooding and erosion on open beaches  >  By Mandi Thran UNSW Water Research Laboratory

    03-01 Assessing flood warning performance using the Performance Assessment Tool  >  By Wen Wang Bureau of Meteorology

    03-02 Community Strategy Board (CSB) of Delft-FEWS and Australia  >  By Justin Robinson Bureau of Meteorology

    03-02 CSB - mentimeter results  >  By Justin Robinson Bureau of Meteorology

    03-03 UK Flood forecasting system  >  By Deb Summerskill and many other Environment Agency (EA)

    04-01 SeqFEWS Enhencements 2021  >  By Steve Wang Seqwater

    04-02 New Features Delft-FEWS 2021.01  >  By Marcel Ververs Deltares

    04-03 Challenges of Communicating Uncertainty  >  By David Demeritt Kings College London

    04-03 Communicating and Using Ensemble Flood Forecasts in Flood Incident Management: Lessons from Social Science (paper)  >  By David Demeritt et al Kings College London

    05-01 ROWS in Cloud  >  By Lawrence Lingam Murray Darling Basin Authority (MDBA)

    05-02a Use of Watercoach at EA (UK)  >  By Emma Ferguson Environment Agency (EA)

    05-02b Use of WaterCoach at RWS (Netherlands)  >  By Simone De Kleermaeker Deltares

    05-03a Hydrological Forecasting at WMO  >  By Hwirin Kim WMA

    05-03b BoM involvement in WMO  >  By Elma Kazazic Bureau of Meteorology

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