Since mid-August, the Dwr Uisce have been lucky to have an additional member on the Trinity College Dublin team, Julia Wetzel. She is a visiting intern from TU Dresden in Germany who has been working on network models using EpanetRead More
Aonghus and John teach on Pressure Control with Energy Production by PAT (Pump as Turbine) in Water Supply Networks course from September 11-15 hosted by (CISM) in Udine, Italy.Read More
The Dwr-Uisce team has been evaluating some pipe networks represented by National Federation of Group Water Schemes (NFGWS).Read More
The 24th Innovation and Product Development Management Conference (IPDMC) was held from Sunday, June 11th to Tuesday, June 13th, 2017, at Reykjavik University in Reykjavik, Iceland, where a paper titled "Developing integrated low-carbon and smart energy innovations in water and energy: creating a smart specialization cluster" was presented at the conference. To read the full paper, click here.
The conference attracts researchers and practitioners from a range of disciplines and industries. Common is an interest in the ways in which new ideas are realized as products and services which deliver new value to customers. An increasing concern, evident in the conference agenda, is with sustainability and the impact of innovation and product development on both the environment and society. The Dwr Uisce related paper delivered new insights in relation to that concern.
More than 200 students and specialists in the water sector from all around the world have attended the 9th Easter European Young Water Professionals 2017 conference.Read More
The conference was very helpful in validating ideas for research on the DU project, such as exploring rural/urban indicators and clustering data, and looking to other sectors for robust data quality assessment methods.Read More
Daniele Novara, PhD student in hydropower energy recovery at Trinity College, recently attended the All-Energy 2017 event in Glasgow on 10-11 May.Read More