Blue Cities Conference- Canadian Water Network

Sophie Felleiter

Blue Cities is not your typical conference. It’s a focal point for ongoing conversations between decision makers from all levels of government, the private sector, researchers and knowledge and technology providers. The program will focus on high-level strategic issues of importance across the country related to municipal water management. The exchanges between leading edge speakers and conference participants generate insights …

6th IWA International Symposium on Water, Wastewater and Environment in Ancient Civilizations: Traditions and Cultures

Sophie Felleiter

The Symposium is dedicated to subjects relevant to the water traditions, culture and religions. This unique event aims to promote interactions, to motivate discussions and to encourage collaborations among the global community on water resources in the past, present and future. Information about ancient technologies of water and sanitation in various civilizations, which enhance present sustainable practices and water management, …

PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 12th Eastern European Young Water Professionals Conference : Water for All – Water for Nature, Reliable Water Supply, Wastewater Treatment

Sophie Felleiter

Dear colleagues – young professionals of the water sector, In May 2020 we organise our 12th Eastern European IWA YWP Conference for Young Water Professionals, this conference will take place in the pearl of the Baltic sea – Riga! For this conference, with a title Water for All – Water for Nature, Reliable Water Supply, Wastewater Treatment and Reuse we …

Award/Grant – Draper Prize (NAE)

Sophie Felleiter One of the world’s preeminent awards for engineering achievement, The Charles Stark Draper Prize was established by the National Academy of Engineering and endowed by Draper Laboratory in 1988 to recognize innovative engineering achievements and their reduction to practice in ways that have led to important benefits and significant improvement in the well-being and freedom of humanity.

Award/Grant – King Faisal International Prize for Science (Biology)

Sophie Felleiter The King Faisal Foundation believes that it is through the collective efforts of outstanding individuals that the highest aspirations are realized. The prize for science recognizes significant advances in specific areas that benefit humanity. The aim is also to encourage further research that could lead to medical and scientific breakthroughs.