Decision support for integrated urban stormwater management

October 5, 2005

Brussels, 04 Oct 2005

The DAYWATER project final conference will take place in Marne-la-Vallée, France, from 3 to 4 November.

Funded under the Fifth Framework Programme (FP5), the DAYWATER project developed an adaptive decision support system prototype (ADSS) for the integration of stormwater source control into sustainable urban water management strategies. Coming to its end at the end of November, DAYWATER is organising a final conference and workshop aimed at scientists, end-users and urban stakeholders.

The event is intended to help develop interactions between researchers and private/public urban stakeholders, as well as consultants in the field of integrated urban stormwater management. The conference will also mark the start of DayWater prototype dissemination.

For further information, please visit:
http:///daywater.enpc.fr/www.da ywater.org /FinalWS/workshop.htm

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities
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