‘We value the opportunity to be part of Watershare’ says Saud Al Nadabi, from Diam (Oman)Can you please introduce your organization and field of expertise?
Diam – The Public Authority for Water is the regulator for the water sector in Oman. Besides, Diam is also a direct water service …Continue reading »
I am Patrick M. Reed, the Joseph C. Ford Professor of Engineering within the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, USA. Cornell University is a large public and private university that is active across sectors, scales, and interests in water research. Within Cornell, my …Continue reading »
George Boustras from CERIDES, Cyprus tells us what their ambitions are for Watershare.Can you please introduce your organisation and field of expertise?
Our research at CERIDES – Excellence in Innovation and Technology- revolves around the development, use, and evaluation of quantitative and qualitative methods to measure, assess, manage, and …Continue reading »
We are a publicly owned, not-for-profit research institute that supports the national and international water utilities in meeting their goal of providing wholesome, affordable and safe drinking water that has the trust of their users. We are also involved in …Continue reading »
Haixing Liu from Dalian University, China tells us what their ambitions are for Watershare.Can you please introduce your organisation and field of expertise?
I am working at the Faculty of Hydraulic Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, China. My expertise encompasses Water distribution system, urban water resources, and smart water …Continue reading »
Eurecat is The Technology Centre of Catalonia (Spain) providing applied research and innovative technology. We assist companies with solutions that fulfil their need for innovations while driving and enhancing their competitive edge. Eurecat covers the natural bridge between the world …Continue reading »
Japan Water Research Center (JWRC) is a non-profit research institute dedicated to the study and solution of essential needs and challenges surrounding drinking water supply in Japan. JWRC was established in 1988 to improve public health through collaborative efforts with …Continue reading »
An interview with DR Pang Chee Meng, Chief Engineering & Technology Officer, PUB.Can you please introduce your organisation and field of expertise?
PUB is Singapore’s National Water Agency that manages Singapore’s water supply, water catchment and used water in an integrated way. PUB’s mission is to supply good water, …Continue reading »
The Water Research Commission (WRC) is an entity of the Department of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation established in 1971 in terms of the SA Water Research Act (Act No 34 of 1971). With the mandate to facilitate, guide and …Continue reading »
In this interview Lydia Vamvakeridou-Lyroudia looks back at her first year as the Director of Watershare and shares the opportunities she sees for joint research on Corona.Can you please introduce yourself?
I have an engineering background, with expertise in computational modelling and hydro informatics across a wide range of …Continue reading »