HEPEX @ MODSIM2023: Invitation to submit
MODSIM2023 will be held in tropical Darwin this year 9-13 July. For those who aren’t aware, MODSIM is the biannual conference of the Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, and attracts >700 delegates from all corners of the globe and all walks of modelling.
This is the first fully in-person MODSIM since before the pandemic, so it should be an auspicious occasion! Since 2015 HEPEX has been a regular presence at MODSIM, and there two sessions to choose from this year:
Session K5: Hydrometeorological forecasting and decision making: extremes and general advances
Session organisers: James Bennett, Céline Cattoën-Gilbert, Elisabeth Vogel and Wendy Sharples
For this HEPEX session, we invite submissions on predicting extreme events in research and operations. We also welcome submissions on all aspects of hydrometeorological forecasting, including advances in prediction methods, operationalisation, verification, forecast communication and decision making under forecast uncertainty. Contributions are welcome from both scientists and practitioners who are involved in developing and using research and or operational forecasting and/or management systems.
K4. Hydrological forecasting for impact assessment: advances, challenges, methods & interpretation
Session organisers: Katayoon (Katy) Bahramian, Christopher Pickett-Heaps
Advances in hydrological forecasts has improved their usefulness for impact assessment, risk-based decisions, and eventually operational risk management. This session invites contributions on hydrological modelling and forecasting relating to impact assessment, including flood inundation modelling and forecasting, Probabilistic (risk-based) impact assessment, risk-based decision making /decision support.
More details on the sessions are available here.
How to submit
There are two types of submissions:
- Full papers (max 7 pages), due by 20 March 2023
- Extended abstracts (max 1 page), due by 5 May 2023
Submission instructions are here.
Registration is now open, with early bird rates available until 31 March 2023. Registration details are here.
We look forward to seeing you in Darwin in July!
James Bennett, Céline Cattoën-Gilbert, Elisabeth Vogel, Wendy Sharples, Katy Bahramian, Christopher Pickett-Heaps.