We are delighted to invite you to join us at our international conference - “AQUA≈360: Water for All - Emerging Issues and Innovations”, taking place from 1st to 3rd September 2020, at the University of Exeter, United Kingdom.
This 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. The event will 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.
We look forward to meeting you in Exeter, a city blessed with stunning natural beauty, hidden historical treasures, vibrant welcoming culture, accessible Jurassic coast and plenty to explore.
Fees & Registration
The registration fees will cover attendance at the conference, lunches and refreshments, a delegate pack, welcome reception, the conference dinner, and a technical tour, culture visit or workshop.
Please note that the accompanying person fee will cover evening meals and a cultural visit.
Discounted registration will be offered to a limited number of presenting (non-student) delegates from low-income countries. Please check with the organisers before registering to check eligibility.
Please also note that registration fees will not cover accommodation.
Venue & Accommodation
The conference of AQUA≈360: Water for All - Emerging Issues and Innovations will be held at the University of Exeter, situated on an attractive campus close to the city centre. Technical sessions will be held in the Peter Chalk Centre, and social events will be in Reed Hall and Holland Hall, all within a five minute walk.
The city is well-served by transport links, with its own international airport. London, Birmingham and Bristol airports can be reached by rail and road links. Accommodation will be offered on campus, although the city has many alternative accommodation choices.