Case Studies for IWRA’s Smart Water Cities Project!

Call for Case Study Proposals

Smart Water Cities Project


Deadline: Monday, November 2nd, 2020

The International Water Resources Association (IWRA), together with the Korea Water Resources Corporation (K-water) and the Asian Water Council (AWC), were pleased to invite researchers from international organisations, government agencies, research institutions, non-profit institutions, and the private sector to submit case study proposals for the report entitled “Smart Water Cities: Case Studies Report” to be published in July 2021!
 
The report aims to contribute to knowledge sharing of smart water technologies in urban environments around the world and to promote their implementation.  For this, the report will identify and examine examples of smart water technologies employed in cities around the world, identify indicators and standards to measure smart water technology performance, and recommend technical and non-technical solutions for the implementation of smart water technologies in urban developments.
 
Interested authors that would like to participate in this call for case studies needed to complete a short abstract proposal template indicating the background and context of the case study, providing details of the smart water technologies employed and the factors facilitating their use.

Case study proposals were due by Monday, November 2nd, 2020. Successful authors were notified by November 23rd, 2020. The first full draft papers was due by January 25th, 2021. Authors were requested to respond to editorial review comments and peer review comments by April 2021. Final papers were due by May 23rd, 2021.

For more information and specific details on these case studies please access the Terms of Reference by clicking here
 
In case of any questions, kindly contact Monica Garcia Quesada at m.garcia.quesada@iwra.org.

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