Water Informatics and Communication Technology

Track Co-chair(s):

  1. Liu Songzuo, Harbin Engineering University, China
  2. Niaz Ahmed, Harbin Engineering University, China

The underwater world that covers 70% of the earth has an enormous impact on human civilization, affecting climate change, food security, minerals, and natural resources. This track thus acknowledges the importance of the underwater world and provides a promising window of insight to integrate research, technology, and expertise in the field of water informatics and communication technologies. A vast and diverse group from academia, researchers, govt organizations, and civil society organizations are expected to participate and contribute to this track.

The topics of interest comprise but are not limited to:

  • Underwater acoustics and acoustical oceanography
  • Ocean acoustic observatories and ocean acoustic instruments, systems, and platforms
  • Ocean sound propagation modelling and experiments
  • Marine sediment acoustics
  • Ocean noise and reverberation
  • Underwater acoustic communication and networking
  • Signal processing: Sonar modelling, signal detection and estimation, target tracking and recognition
  • Design, development, testing and calibrations for acoustical sensor and array
  • Polar acoustics and under-ice propagation
  • Underwater non-acoustic detection and communication
  • Underwater acoustics in extreme and special environments: discovery, observation, and application
  • Water Resources Management
  • Water Storage and Reservoir
  • Control of Open Channel Water Flow
  • Mathematical Modeling of Water Flow
  • River Basin Management
  • Hydrology
  • Hydroelectric Power
  • Wastewater Treatment and Management
  • Water Economics
  • Water Policies and Legislations
  • Flood Management and Forecasting
  • Bioinformatics
  • Eco-informatics
  • Geo-informatics
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Water Flow
  • Numerical Modeling
  • Remote Sensing

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