Monday Jan 10 | 09:30 – 11:00 PST 
Concurrent Technical Sessions A 
1. Application of machine learning processes and protocols – 1 (MLPP – 1)Presenter
Data-driven emulation of computationally expensive urban drainage simulators using deep learning and automatic hyperparameter optimizationMarco Mahmoodian
Leveraging Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) to Improve the Accuracy of Data-Driven Combined Sewer Flow Prediction ModelsAlireza Koochali
Potential of machine learning for estimating the impact of water efficient scenarios on solids accumulation in sewersRoni Penn
Using the right wastewater characteristics for early COVID-19 pandemic warning and forecast using deep machine-learning.Jean-David Therrien
2. Modeling Interactions and Integrated Systems (MIIS – 1)Presenter
A Multi-Domain Solver for integrated modellingManfred Schutze
The power of Open Data – Using free data for a preliminary screening of impact from urban wet-weather discharges on Danish streamsLuca Vezzaro
A computationally efficient urban flood model with a novel approach for determining water discharge through complex drainage networkLianhui Wu
New modeling capabilities with the SWMM5+ parallel hydraulic solverBen R. Hodges
3. Representation and performance of SCMs/SUDs/WSUDs – 1 (SCM-1)Presenter
Fine Scale Hydrologic Modelling of Bioretention Using DRAINMODGhada Diab
Using LID Physical Properties to Predict Unsaturated Flows with SWMMSimon De-Ville
Modeling Long-Term Water Balances of Green Infrastructures using SWMM Extended with the Evapotranspiration Model SWMM-UrbanEVABirgitta Hörnschemeyer
Comparing Estimates of Urban Tree Impacts on Stormwater Runoff using i-Tree Hydro Model Predictions and Hyperlocal ObservationsJames Kruegler
Monday Jan 10 | 11:15 – 12:45 PST 
Concurrent Technical Sessions B 
1. Coupled and/or Integrated Modelling – 1 (COPINT – 1)Presenter
Coupling SWMM and MODFLOW: Developing and applying a model integration scheme for urban settings with wetlands and shallow groundwaterJorge Gironas
Modelling bioretention hydrology in the SWMM LID module and DRAINMOD-UrbanWhitney Lisenbee
Modelling hydrodynamic and pathogen dynamics in a stormwater constructed wetland with multiple inflowsXixi Shi
Prediction of the Catchment-Scale Efficiency of Stormwater Control Measures in an Urban Watershed using a Process-Based Modelling ApproachArash Massoudieh
2. Application of machine learning processes and protocols – 2 (MLPP – 2)Presenter
Analysis of Urban Stormwater Control Measures Using Automated Modeling and Multi-criteria EvaluationMatej Radinja
Optimal deployment of the water quality sensors in urban drainage systemsGabriele Freni
Predicting Event Mean Concentrations (EMCs) of Nutrients and Sediments in Urban Runoff Using A Random Forest ApproachMina Shahed Behrouz
3. Alternative Modeling Applicatations – 1 (ALTAPP – 1)Presenter
Groundwater shoaling impacts on coastal drainage infrastructure (case study: Imperial Beach)Kian Bagheri
Analysis of sampling strategies for pulse loads in sewer catchmentsAlbert König
The South Orange County, California Flow Ecology Study: Part 1, Watershed HydrologyRich Wildman
The South Orange County, California Flow Ecology Study: Part 2, Flow Ecology Approach for Flow Management PrioritizationKris Taniguchi-Quan
Monday Jan 10 | 15:30 – 17:00 PST 
Concurrent Technical Sessions C 
1. Data Collection In Support od Model Development, Calibration, and Validation – 1 (DATA – 1)Presenter
Stochastic modelling of trace contaminants in wet-weather dischargesLena Mutzner 
Does distributed monitoring improve the calibration of urban drainage models?Omar Wani
Insights into stormwater drain hydrology and water quality via low-cost sensor monitoringDusan Jovanovic
Aliso Creek Smart Watershed Network: A High-Resolution Data Acquisition and Analysis Platform to Support Urban Runoff Management and Water RecoveryAustin Orr
2. Modeling Interactions and Integrated Systems – 2 (MIIS – 2)Presenter
Coding disasters: an open tool for managing municipal drainage network in risk areasLarissa Thaina Schmitt Azevedo
Impact of model structure on analysing malfunctions in urban drainage systemsFabian Funke
Dilution and pollution: effects of wastewater reuse on water quality in the Los Angeles RiverVictoria Hennon
Data-Driven Extraneous Water QuantificationHugo Macedo
3. Representation and performance of SCMs/SUDs/WSUDs – 2 (SCM – 2)Presenter
Design Storm and Continuous Simulation methods for Resilient SCM DesignRobert Traver
Models of wet basin design response with residence time metrics for presumptive guidanceDavid Spelman
Sensitivity analysis of long-term transformation strategies for sustainable rainwater and wastewater management within an integrated modelClaudia CAMPUSANO GARCIA
Maximizing BMP Performance in Urban Areas: A Modeling Approach to More Accurately Estimate Performance to Minimize BMP FootprintSam Sarkar
Tuesday Jan 11 | 09:15 – 10:45 PST 
Concurrent Technical Sessions D 
1. Representing Rainfall and Hydrology – 1 (RFL – 1)Presenter
Using isotopic source partitioning of urban runoff to verify effective impervious area model in a partially forested, partially developed urban watershedVictoria Rexhausen
Where Old Data Meets New Technology: The Los Angeles Flood Control District Hydraulic and Hydrologic ModelTJ Moon
Requirements for case-specific calibration in urban hydrological modelingSedki Karim
2. Real-time Control, Analytics, and Software Integration – 1 (RTC – 1)Presenter
Development and implementation of a large-scale Real Time Control system: the Rotterdam case studyJeroen Langeveld
Screening tool for control potentials in urban drainage systems – reviving a dormant research fieldNadia Lund
Pipedream: a digital twin model for stormwater networksMatthew Bartos
Towards fault-tolerant strategies for water quality-based control of the integrated urban wastewater systemSovanna Tik
3. Representation and performance of SCMs/SUDs/WSUDs – 3 (SCM – 3)Presenter
Hydraulic and hydrologic modelling to evaluate the design of permeable pavement in a catchment perspectiveFernando Wu
Combined sewer networks for cities with hot and dry climates; a design optimization approachUlrich Dittmer
Challenges and opportunities for storage and infiltration-based LIDs in coastal catchments of Chennai, IndiaBakkiyalakshmi Palanisamy
Simulation of historical and design rainfall events in two large sewage collectors in the Valley of Mexico.Josua Rojas
Tuesday Jan 11 | 13:15 – 14:45 PST 
Concurrent Technical Sessions E 
1. Representing Rainfall and Hydrology – 2 (RFL – 2)Presenter
Geostatistical Approach to Understanding the Effect of Rainfall Spatial-Temporal Uncertainty on a Small Urban Hydraulic ModelPhilippa Mohan
Radar data for long-term simulation – a viable alternative to rain gauges?Michael Geyer
Future evolution of CSO discharges under climate change, a case study in the Mediterranean regionFrederic Gogien
Using weather radar to improve the prediction accuracy of LSTM neural networks for anomaly detection of water level measurements in UDSPhillip Aarestrup
2. Real-time Control, Analytics, and Software Integration – 2 (RTC – 2)Presenter
Model predictive control of retention basins enhances removal of nonpoint-source pollutantsJeil Oh
Real Time Control in Urban Drainage Systems: Risks associated with rainfall and system capacity uncertaintyJob van der Werf
Quantifying the Performance of RTC to Enhance Urban Flooding Resilience under Climate ChangeJiada Li
3. Representation and performance of SCMs/SUDs/WSUDs – 4 (SCM – 4)Presenter
Riparian buffer strips: Case study of a catchment in Victoria, AustraliaTimothy Jia Young Lim
Using random forest algorithms and globally sourced data to improve floating treatment wetland design and stormwater pond performanceRyan Winston
Recent progress in self-cleansing urban drainage channel designMir Jafar Sadegh Safari
Design of An Oil/Grit Separator Under Dry and Wet Weather ConditionsJames Li
Tuesday Jan 11 | 16:15 – 17:45 PST 
Concurrent Technical Sessions F 
1. Transport and Sewer Processes of Microconstituents and Pathogens – 1 (TRANSP – 1)Presenter
Detecting human faecal pollution in mixed use rural-residential catchments using a Markov Chain Monte Carlo source apportionment modelRobert Sargent
Improving QMRAs with next generation sequencingLynze Cheung
Effective Deployment Strategy Model of SARS-CoV-2 Sampling Tools for Wastewater-Based EpidemiologyWilliam Walujono
Particle characterisation and transport processes in view of modelling the fate of SARS-CoV-2 in sewer systemsK. Haboub
2. Real-time Control, Analytics, and Software Integration – 3 (RTC – 3)Presenter
Studying the hydrological performance of a rainwater harvesting cistern with real time control collecting stormwater runoff from a green roofNandan Shetty
Hydrologic and Water Quality Implications of Real-Time Control Schemes in BioretentionJon Hathaway
BioRTC: a new model that simulates and explores real time control strategies of stormwater biofiltersPengfei Shen
3. Data Collection In Support of Model Development, Calibration, and Validation – 2 (DATA – 2)Presenter
Stochastic modelling of trace contaminants in wet-weather dischargesLena Mutzner 
Does distributed monitoring improve the calibration of urban drainage models?Omar Wani
Insights into stormwater drain hydrology and water quality via low-cost sensor monitoringDusan Jovanovic
Aliso Creek Smart Watershed Network: A High-Resolution Data Acquisition and Analysis Platform to Support Urban Runoff Management and Water RecoveryAustin Orr
Wednesday Jan 12 | 09:45 – 11:15 PST 
Concurrent Technical Sessions G 
1. Extreme events: Deluges and Droughts – 1 (EXTEV – 1)Presenter
Application of an optimization system to manage the risks of flash floodsMirjam Lawens
HydroBID-Flood: an integrated modeling approach for flooding risk assessment/mitigation in urban watersheds. Study case of Santa Fe city, ArgentinaPablo Cello
Leveraging video data to assess urban pluvial flood hazardJoao P. Leitao
Comparison of tools for mapping floodways in urban planningThea Ingeborg Skrede
2. Data Collection In Support od Model Development, Calibration, and Validation – 3 (DATA – 3)Presenter
Developing a Surface Water – Groundwater Model for Green Stormwater Infrastructure to Estimate Water Supply BenefitsScott Struck
Evaluation of methods of measuring flowrates for bioretention plantersKiera Nissen
Reduction on nutrient concentration of Non-Point Source Pollution – an Example in Hu-Shan Reservoir, TaiwanMarko Shaohua 
How Many Events Do You Need? A Statistical Approach to Developing a GSI/BMP Monitoring ProgramElizabeth Fassman-Beck
3.  Representation and performance of SCMs/SUDs/WSUDs – 5 (SCM – 5)Presenter
Development of an Online Performance Calculation Tool for Bioretention Projects in Seattle, WA, USAJoanna Lewis
Co-Creating a Combined Sewer Plan – A Tool that Reports Infrastructure Costs and Benefits in Real Time to Facilitate Community Based PlanningAlice Lancaster
Bioretention Design Modifications Targeting Climate ResiliencyAndrew Tirpak
Spatial impact of green infrastructures on urban drainage resilienceMayra Rodriguez