Sessions List

Watersmart Innovations 2016 Poster Session Schedule

Wednesday, October 5
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Thursday, October 6
4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Poster Title
Intelligent Hydrant Solutions  (PDF)
Nighthawk Control
Smart Water Metering = Water Education Tool in Round Rock, TX  (PDF)
City of Round Rock
Creating a win-win situation for conservation and low-income customers  (PDF)
Denver Water
Message Source and Argument Impact on Water Opinions and Behaviors  (PDF)
Texas Tech University
Ending All Water Wasted Outdoors on Landscaping Annually  (PDF)
Detroit RecoveryPark Urban Stormwater Harvesting  (PDF)
Sustainable Water Works
Consumer Engagement for AMI…Overcoming the Last Mile Challenge  (PDF)
Neptune Technology Group
Water Savings and Sustained Results When Using Aqua Cents Hydrogels  (PDF)
Aqua Cents Water Management
Update of the EPA Region 4 Water Efficiency Guidelines  (PDF)
U.S.EPA Region IV Wetlands & Streams Regu
Advanced Water Meter Management System to Improve Water Meter Efficiency  (PDF)
Leak Detection in Virtual DMA Combining Machine Learning and Hydraulic  (PDF)
DropSentry-A Smart Way to Track Your Water  (PDF)
Turn-key Turf Removal Through Public/Private Collaboration  (PDF)
Irvine Ranch Water District
Perceptions of water services and the introduction of technologies to improve water services in Dar  (PDF)
Virginia Tech University- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
Water Loss as a Consequence of Using Mechanical Aeration in Aquaculture Ponds  (PDF)
Auburn University- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
Planning for Drought in Megacities: A Case Study of the Recent São Paulo, Brazil Drought  (PDF)
University of Massachusetts Amherst- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
Spatial and Temporal Mapping of Water Productivity in an Agricultural Watershed  (PDF)
University of Nebraska, Lincoln- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
Updating a mechanistic model to study nitrogen-loading and eutrophication in the Neuse River Estuary  (PDF)
University of North Carolina, Charlotte- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
Dockum Group Water: An Alternative Source for Water Security in the Texas High Plains  (PDF)
Texas Tech University- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
Cover crops for soil and water quality  (PDF)
Southern Illinois University- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
Optimization of Porous Pellets for Phosphate Recovery  (PDF)
University of Cincinnati- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
SWATFlow: A New Platform for Communicating High Resolution River Information to Public Domain for En  (PDF)
Purdue University- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
Role of Cities in the Virtual Water Network of U.S. Commodity Flows  (PDF)
The Pennsylvania State University- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
Aizawl: Water Management Challenges in an Eastern Himalayan City  (PDF)
University of Minnesota- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
Optimizing water extraction and carbon dioxide storage in saline aquifers  (PDF)
The Ohio State University- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
Hazard Mitigation in a Changing Climate: Opportunities for Better Water Practices  (PDF)
University of Wisconsin, Madison- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
Wastewater Reuse for Agriculture: Development of a Regional Water Reuse Decision-Support Model (RWRM  (PDF)
University of California, Riverside- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient
What Environmental Factors Impact the Concentration of Microcystin in an Inland Reservoir?  (PDF)
University of Cincinnati- UCOWR Scholarship Recipient

Poster Sessions subject to change without notice.

WaterSmart Innovations 2016 Poster Session Guidelines

A poster session combines text and graphics to present information visually. Your poster should be configured in such a way as to quickly and efficiently communicate your subject matter. A poster session also allows the viewer to study your information at their own pace and discuss it with you one on one.

Please use the following guidelines:

  1. Poster size must not exceed 30" X 40". Poster can be displayed in either configuration (Portrait or Landscape).
  2. Please send your poster in PDF form. WSI staff will print, affix to a biodegradable foam-core board (30" X 40"), and setup your poster in an assigned position.
  3. Poster should be readable from a 3-5 foot distance. Please use appropriate fonts and line weights.
  4. Posters must be non-commercial in their content.
  5. Poster must contain your contact information.
  6. The viewer should be able to extract the main ideas of your work from the poster during the time it is unattended.
    1. Arrange information logically - top to bottom or right to left.
    2. Number items or use arrows to indicate order of viewing.
    3. Block and subtitle each part of your poster.
  7. A PDF version of your poster will be posted for access/download on the conference website.

Important Dates and Times to remember:

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 from 10:00 am - Noon and Thursday, October 6 from 4:45 - 5:45 pm: Authors must be physically present at displays.

Thursday, October 6 at 6:30 pm: Posters removed, Abandoned items will be recycled.

The Poster session is by invitation only. If you are interested in being a poster author but did not receive an invitation please contact Patrick Watson at

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The 13th annual WaterSmart Innovations Conference and Exposition, Sept 30-Oct 1, 2020, in Las Vegas, is a premier venue to showcase new water-efficiency technology; build and strengthen effective, interdisciplinary relationships; and establish your company as an international leader in innovative water efficiency technology and services.



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