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  • NGWA Conference on Characterization of Deep Groundwater
  • 2nd Asia Pacific conference on Business Process Management
  • AMSA2014 - Investigating our Marine Nation
  • 7th Hydrology and Hydraulics for Non-Engineers
  • Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition
  • Energy Networks 2014
  • Australian Institute of Energy's 2014 National Energy Conference
  • Clean Energy Week 2014

Engineering Conferences and Events

7th Hydrology and Hydraulics for Non-Engineers




ICE WaRM draws your attention to this criticaly important course for water industry staff:

7th Hydrology and Hydraulics for Non-Engineers
Water Science for Practitioners, Managers and Policy Makers

Basic principles of hydrology and hydraulics for people with no formal training in water engineering.

AMSA2014 - Investigating our Marine Nation



AMSA2014 – Investigating our Marine Nation

Australian Marine Sciences Association 51st Annual Conference
6-10 July 2014
National Convention Centre, Canberra

The Australian Marine Sciences Association (AMSA) invites you to participate in the 51st Australian Marine Sciences Conference 2014 in Canberra.

AMSA2014 includes Australian and international plenary speakers, seven thematic sessions and 16 special symposia across three days of concurrent presentations, with a Welcome Function on 6th at the Australian War Memorial, a Poster Cocktail Session on Tuesday and a Gala Conference Dinner at Old Parliament House on Thursday as the conference finale.

2nd Asia Pacific conference on Business Process Management


2nd Asia Pacific conference on Business Process Management

Brisbane, Australia, July 3-4, 2014

Introduction

The Asia-Pacific Conference on Business Process Management 2014 (APBPM 2014) is the second edition of the reference conference for researchers and practitioners in the field of Business Process Management (BPM) in the region. It aims to provide a high quality forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange research findings and ideas on BPM technologies and practices that are highly relevant to the Asia-Pacific region. At same time, the conference committee welcomes submissions with relevant topics from all over the world. A key objective of the conference is to set up a bridge between actual industrial requirements and leading edge research outcomes to the growth of economic rising powers of the Asia-Pacific region.

Australian Institute of Energy's 2014 National Energy Conference

Australian Institute of Energy’s 2014 National Energy Conference



The annual Energy in WA Conference is the State’s premier energy event consistently offering outstanding value for money and excellent speaker programs since 1996.

In 2014, the profile of the conference has been increased, and has become a part of the Australian Institute of Energy’s 2014 National Energy Conference, which will be held concurrently in Perth from 27th to 28th August 2014.

This year’s conference theme of ‘Energy Markets: Disruption, Transition and Transformation’ has been chosen to reflect the rapidly evolving energy business environment across Australia and the World.

Clean Energy Week 2014

CLEAN ENERGY WEEK 2014


Clean Energy Week 2014 will be held in Sydney from Tuesday 22 July to Friday 25 July.

Clean Energy Week is Australia's biggest event for the renewable energy and energy efficiency industry, incorporating ATRAA (Australia's largest solar event), a huge trade exhibition and two awards programs.

Hosted by the Clean Energy Council, Australia's peak industry body, the week delivers the latest news on policy initiatives and technology developments, as well as the opportunity to make valuable new contacts and grow your business.

Energy Networks 2014

Energy Networks 2014


Invitation

I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for Energy Networks 2014.

With an impressive line-up of panellists and keynote speakers across the plenary sessions of the conference and a packed program across the four conference themes: engagement; innovation; assets; and gas, the conference is delivering leading international and domestic executives and practitioners. Delegates will find there is something in the program for all professionals from across the energy networks sector.

Highlights of the program include an International Keynote Address by recently appointed Chair of Ofgem, which regulates the monopoly companies that run the gas and electricity networks in the UK, David Gray, and the Australian Keynote Address by the former Victorian Premier, The Hon Jeff Kennett AC. As the architect of energy sector reform in Victoria, Mr Kennett’s address on the experience in driving these reforms and insights into the role of Governments in leading reform will be a timely intervention in the conversation about the future of energy reform in Australia.

Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition

The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition

8 - 9 May 2014, Melbourne

Welcome to the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition, Australia’s first event dedicated to on-grid and off-grid energy storage.

The Australian Solar Council together with our partner Exhibitions and Trade Fairs are pleased to invite you to participate in the inaugural energy storage event, being held on the 8 - 9 May 2014 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

NGWA Conference on Characterization of Deep Groundwater


NGWA Conference on Characterization of Deep Groundwater

Gain insight on what is currently known, share your ideas, and discuss what can possibly be done going forward to better understand and characterize deep groundwater — and the importance of doing so — during this one-day conference.

Deep groundwater, defined as that beneath the typical depth limits of today’s withdrawals for water supply, has piqued interest with respect to shale oil and gas development, geothermal energy, carbon sequestration, underground waste injection, and locating deep geologic repositories for nuclear waste, among other areas.

As availability of water for human and ecological uses becomes more critical, there is also increased interest in the use of deeper groundwater as a resource. The number of deep public water supply wells has increased significantly in the western United States during the past couple decades. Considerable progress also has been made in reducing the cost of desalinization through improvements in membrane technology and reductions in energy requirements.



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