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Tuesday 2 July

 

OPENING PLENARY CONFERENCE

09:30-12:30 –see the programme


- ORAL PRESENTATIONS -

A1 - Urban planning - Tuesday 2:00 - 3:30 pm

Authors list

Country

Title

Session

   

Fernandes C., Eleutério J., Nascimento N.

BRAZIL

Implementation of Green Blue Infrastructure in Built-up Urban Areas Guided by Social Participation

A1

14:00

Anda M., Dallas S., Phillips W., Byrne J.

AUSTRALIA

East Village: stormwater optimisation to achieve Better Urban Water Management

A1

14:20

Leblanc T., Candau N.

CANADA

Living rain differently: urban design from an industrial design perspective

A1

14:40

Van Drie R., Milevski P., Ghetti I.

AUSTRALIA

A Forest in the city for flood mitigation and much more

A1

15:00

A2 - Urban retrofit /1 - Tuesday 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Moncond'huy V., Pointeau F.

FRANCE

Morphosis : integrated stormwater management as link between landscape, biodiversity and industrial site

A2

16:30

Maytraud T., Miralles C., Carnac A., Derieux S., Durand B., Padovani M.

FRANCE

Operation Saint-Vincent-de-Paul : a "no pipe" rainwater management in the center of Paris for a bioclimatic city!

A2

16:50

Trudel G., Fuamba M., Courchesne D., Batchabani E.

CANADA

Urban Requalification of the Papineau Avenue in City of Montreal: Implementation of a green infrastructure of bioretention basins to fight frequent overflows during heavy rainfalls

A2

17:10

Prompt T.,

FRANCE

A hydrological project - on a global and local scale :

The Serres and Planches streams, a key structure in the Lyon metropole

 

A2

17:30

 

B1 - Decision support - Tuesday 2:00 - 3:30 pm

Crastes de Paulet F., Desprats J.F, Bouzit M., Sedan O.

FRANCE

Decision-support tool for stormwater management in Rhône-Alpes region

B1

14:00

Simperler L., Klimowicz T., Ertl T.

AUSTRIA

Selecting locations for the implementation of NBS from a sewer's perspective

B1

14:20

Chocat B., Sibeud E., Valdelfener M.

FRANCE

How to develop the use of new technologies at a little scale? The strategy of Grand Lyon Metropole.

B1

14:40

Sandoval S., Filippi R., Houssin E., Beauvisage L., Bournique R., Bertrand-Krajewski J.

FRANCE

A simulation tool for comparing the hydrological performance of various associated stormwater source-control techniques at the scale of buildings and blocks

B1

15:00

B2 - Spatial Analysis - Tuesday 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Kuller M., Deletic A., Peter M. B.

AUSTRALIA

Does diversity of water sensitive urban design match the diversity of the urban context?

B2

16:30

Rosa D., Nascimento N.

BRAZIL

Proposal for the use of riparian areas to mitigate the impact of urbanization in landscape fragmentation

B2

16:50

Peyron N., Lepot J.

FRANCE

Implementation of a dynamic innovative strategy to manage the winter pollution flows on the Paris-CDG airport platform

B2

17:10

Bachmann-Machnik A., Brüning Y., Ebrahim B., Dittmer U.

GERMANY

Optimal operation of CSO tanks based on highly resolved online data

B2

17:30

 

C1 - Ecosystem services - Tuesday 2:00 - 3:30 pm

Oertli B., Demierre E., Frossard P., Ilg C.

SWITZERLAND

When urban waterbodies contribute to biodiversity conservation

C1

14:00

Tränckner J., Bill R., Miegel K., Mehl D., Thiele V., Hoche H., Schmeil S.

GERMANY

Elaboration of a city wide development concept for waterbodies in urban areas - the approach of Rostock

C1

14:20

Saulais M., Suaire R., Pailloux N., Degrave M., Carat D., Berthier N.

FRANCE

Ecosystem services and stormwater management

C1

14:40

Bruzzone S., De Gouvello B.

FRANCE

Proposition of a Water-Energy-Soil (WES) nexus to face environmental issues at urban level

C1

15:00

C2 - Ground and groundwater impacts - Tuesday 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Tedoldi D., Pierlot D., Kovacs Y., Chebbo G., Gromaire M.,

FRANCE

Urban pollution control and soil contamination in Sustainable Drainage Systems: insights gained from an extensive field study

C2

16:30

Reck A., Kluge B.

GERMANY

Metal Soil Solution Concentrations Beneath Long-term Operated Bioretention Systems

C2

16:50

Colin Y., Marjolet L., Marti R., Bouchali R., Vautrin F., Rodriguez-Nava V., Blaha D., Winiarski T., Voisin J., Mermillod-Blondin F., Cournoyer B.

FRANCE

Significant transfer of bacteria from runoff to groundwater impacted by alternative stormwater management techniques

C2

17:10

Mermillod-Blondin F., Voisin J., Navel S., Lebon Y., Wiest L., Volatier L., François C., Cournoyer B., Marmonier P.,

FRANCE

Stormwater infiltration practices in urban area: influences on groundwater ecosystems

C2

17:30

 

D1 - BMPs - Performances - Tuesday 2:00 - 3:30 pm

Clark S., Pitt R.

USA

Achieving Industrial Stormwater Regulatory Concentrations: Filtration, Sedimentation, and Treatment Trains

D1

14:00

Geronimo F., Redillas M., Choi H., Kim L.

SOUTH KOREA

Understanding the mechanisms affecting the fate of organics and nutrients in a tree box filter treating parking lot runoff

D1

14:20

Chaurand G., Sillanpää N., Hänninen T., Kauppila E., Hyöty P., Koivusalo H.

FINLAND

Impacts of filter media, temperature and nutrient conditions on treatment of airport runoff

D1

14:40

Helmreich B., Ebert V., Rommel S.

GERMANY

Performance of vegetated infiltration swales for treatment of zinc roof runoff

D1

15:00

D2 - BMPs - Vegetation Role - Tuesday 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Schrieke D., Farrell C.

AUSTRALIA

Potential Stormwater Mitigation by Green Roof Colonising Plants: Fast, Slow & Functional

D2

16:30

Lönnqvist J., Hjelm J., Blecken G., Viklander M.

SWEDEN

Impacts of monoculture and mixed vegetation on green roof hydrological function

D2

16:50

Winfrey B., Yi J.

AUSTRALIA

Low-cost, low-energy sensors for assessing plant health in stormwater biofilters.

D2

17:10

Thom J., Szota C., Fletcher T., Grey V., Coutts A., Livesley S.

AUSTRALIA

Transpiration and the water balance of tree-based stormwater control measures

D2

17:30

 

- POSTERS ON TUESDAY -

Authors list

Country

Title

Theme

   

Moncond'huy V., Paris C.

FRANCE

Montrevault-sur-Evre : Stormwater disconnection to the combined sewer system in Arthur Gibouin street and Val d’Evre district.

A1

P1-01

Rapp Ø.,

NORWAY

Reopening of culverted streams and rivers in Norwegian cities

A1

P1-02

Maytraud T., Doizelet C., Charreau V., Martino C., Brothier E., Bernhard G., Vaysse F.

FRANCE

Fully disconnect a watershed in an existing urban area, to protect the inhabitants by offering them a landscape of quality

A2

P1-03

Baldino S., Bernard C., Notin S.

FRANCE

Integrated stormwater management – the specific and innovative case study of Bully, France

A2

P1-04

Jean D., Caleiras M., Nani J., Bellenoue J., Zumbiehl R., Fortier B., Villain B.

FRANCE

Rain gardens of the Cité internationale universitaire de Paris (CiuP): When stormwater management is at the service of the reconquest of Parisian biodiversity and resilience to climate change

A2

P1-05

Poulard C., Leblois E., Gonzalez S., Benmamar S., Chibane T., Royer Q., Hasbaia M.

FRANCE

 “Design storms”: a tool to build them from point rainfall time-series, and arguments to ban them

B1

P1-05

Neaud C., Lerey S., Ratovelomanana T.

FRANCE

Life cycle assessment of a stormwater treatment system with filtration swale (ROULEPUR project)

B1

P1-07

Rostaing I., Landas-Maneval J.

FRANCE

Tools to help changing practices

B1

P1-08

Baptista M., Amati M., Livesley S., Fletcher T., Burns M.,

AUSTRALIA

Understanding the economic benefits of the urban forest from a reduction of stormwater nitrogen loads

B1

P1-09

Nóbrega M., De M., Do L., Mendiondo E.

BRAZIL

Bioretention sizing criteria for synthetic storms by hydrologic and hydraulic simulation mixing flood routing with Green-Ampt model

B1

P1-10

Brudler S., Arnbjerg-Nielsen K., Hauschild M., Ammitsøe C., Hénonin J., Rygaard M.

DENMARK

Quantifying the environmental sustainability of stormwater management systems

C1

P1-11

Versini P., Charbonnier L., Tosello L., Tchiguirinskaia I., Schertzer D.,

FRANCE

Rainwater management in a transport infrastructure: assessment in a complex system framework

C1

P1-12

Stéphanie Z., Grimaud J.

FRANCE

Urban Heat island and new water issues

C1

P1-13

Rey-Mahía C., Sañudo-Fontaneda L., Andrés-Valeri V., Álvarez-Rabanal F., Coupe S.,

SPAIN

Thermal response of multifunctional wet swales for stormwater management and energy saving

C1

P1-14

Behroozi A., Arora M., Fletcher T., Western A.

AUSTRALIA

The role of the "urban karst" and mineralogy of surrounding soils in the fate of infiltrated pollutants

C2

P1-15

William V., Mailhot A., Dorner S., Deslongchamps M.

CANADA

Development of a Monitoring Program of Stormwater BMP in the Lake Saint-Charles Watershed (Quebec City)

C3

P1-16

Costa M., Koide S., Tsuji T.

BRAZIL

Evaluation of conductivity as surrogate water quality parameter for urban stormwater studies in central Brazil.

C3

P1-17

Leitao J., Peña-Haro S., Luthi B., Scheidegger A., Moy D.,

SWITZERLAND

The potential of an enhanced LSPIV method to estimate urban overland flow velocity

C3

P1-18

Kirenda V., Mugume S.

UGANDA

Effectiveness of Infiltration galleries in reduction of surface runoff and flooding in urban areas

C7

P1-19

Garnier R., Castebrunet H., Barraud S.

FRANCE

Micropollutants removal efficiency of stormwater source control measures

D1

P1-20

Giraldo M., Jiménez S., Martínez A., Ramírez P., Rodríguez J., Camacho L., Díaz-Granados M.

COLOMBIA

Quantifying the performance of a SUDS treatment train. A case-study of San Cristobal Park, Bogotá (Colombia).

D1

P1-21

Chiffre A., Moncond'huy V., Benard M.

FRANCE

Performance of integrated stormwater management for improving road runoff quality in a dense urban area: feedback on stormwater disconnection examples

D1

P1-22

Kõiv-Vainik M., Beral H., Dagenais D., Brisson J., Belle-Isle V

CANADA

Impact of plant species on the performance of bioretention cells: establishment year of a mesocosm experiment

D2

P1-23

Kõiv-Vainik M., Shete V., Dagenais D., Brisson J.

CANADA

Effect of roadside vegetation management on the quantity and quality of highway stormwater in cold climate conditions: a pilot study

D2

P1-24

Bournique R., Arias L., Bassan V., Grimard J., Bertrand-Krajewski J.,

FRANCE

Hydrological modelling of a blue-green roof solution designed for advanced stormwater management

D7

P1-25

Pierrot A., Chabert D., Herin J.

FRANCE

Smart stormwater measures - Build confidence in their ability to manage stormwater

D9

P1-26
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Picto Novatech

Wednesday 3 July

- ORAL PRESENTATIONS -

A3 - Urban retrofit /2 - Wednesday 8:30 - 10:00 am

Authors list

Country

Title

Session

   

Dellinger F., Moronnoz T.

FRANCE

Stormwater management in suburb renovations: case study in Grenoble, France

A3

08:30

She N., Chen H.

CHINA

Using Green Stormwater Infrastructure Retrofitting a Low Income Community into a Climate Resilient Neighborhood

A3

08:50

Maytraud T., Miralles C., Le M., Gayard A.

FRANCE

Create a countryside landscape using the rainwater of an airstrip and an e-commerce logistic platform roof for the irrigation of an agro-ecological farm

A3

09:10

St-Laurent J., Petridis A.

CANADA

Stormwater management using bioretention cells designed for cold climate conditions in a street refection project – Trois-Rivières, Québec.

A3

09:30

A4 - Urban planning & strategy /1 - Wednesday 11:00 - 12:30 am

Maytraud T., Olsen G., Narcy J., Chevillote G., Bosc J., Floury C., Langumier J.

FRANCE

« Make water a resource for urban planning »: How to link stormwater management with the urban policy of a metropolis 

The case of Aix Marseille Provence Metropole

A4

11:00

Lareure C.,

FRANCE

The stormwater, a major issue in the Roannais territory, France

A4

11:20

Mlocek Z., Jouin C., Da S., Larue D.,

FRANCE

Implementing Nature based solutions in urban design projects, the case of Villeneuve-la-Garenne

A4

11:40

Guimarães L., Oliveira A., Merlo M., Veríssimo L., Veról A.,

BRAZIL

Green and blue infrastructure in urban revitalization with impacts on drainage: The case of Rio Comprido watershed, Brazil

A4

12:00

A5 - Participation and citizen appropriation /1 - Wednesday 2:00 - 3:30 pm

Desnos G.,

FRANCE

Integrated stormwater management in a new residential area ‘the little meadows’ in the municipality of Montgermont

A5

14:00

Rouillé P.,

CANADA

Blue and green alleys in Montreal: A new paradigm for the sustainable management of rain water

A5

14:20

Crespin D., Verbeiren B.

BELGIUM

“Co-create” approach to reduce flood risk in urban areas; introduction of the "BrusSEau" methodology through the renovation of the Forest Abbey (Belgium)

A5

14:40

Anda M., Fornarelli R., Dallas S., Schmack M., Byrne J., Morrison G., Fox-Reynolds K.

AUSTRALIA

Renew Nexus: stormwater management through urban water trading

A5

15:00

A6 - Governance and institutions - Wednesday 4:15 - 5:30 pm

Smith B., Lundy L.

UNITED KINGDOM

Re-imagining stormwater management within the water industry in England: remits, responsibilities and the need for change

A6

16:15

Cusenier P., Meslier S., Strappazzon Q., Pierlot D.

FRANCE

Building a water resilient city : Which solutions? Which challenges?

A6

16:35

Rivard G., Charron A., Faucher Y., Linard A.

CANADA

Source Control Measures for Stormwater in Combined Sewer Systems : Looking For the Optimal Regulatory Framework

A6

16:55

 

B3 - Hydrological modelling - Wednesday 8:30 - 10:00 am

Rezazadeh H., Verbeiren B., Bauwens W., Van G.

BELGIUM

WetSpa-Urban: the comprehensive tool for runoff calculation in an urban areas

B3

08:30

Broekhuizen I., Rujner H., Roldin M., Leonhardt G., Viklander M.,

SWEDEN

Towards using soil water content observations for calibration of distributed urban drainage models

B3

08:50

Lisenbee W., Hathaway J., Winston R., Youssef M., Negm L.,

USA

Enhanced Bioretention Cell Modeling: Moving from Water Balances to Hydrograph Production

B3

09:10

Li J., Joksimovic D.

CANADA

Modeling of Stormwater Low Impact Development in Urbanized Areas

B3

09:30

B4 - Hydrodynamic modelling - Wednesday 11:00 - 12:30 am

Stovin V., Guymer I., Sonnenwald F.

UNITED KINGDOM

A validated CFD model for estimating residence times in vegetated stormwater ponds

B4

11:00

Mate Marin A., Lipeme Kouyi G., Riviere N., Philippe R.

FRANCE

On site validation of a new CSO monitoring methodology by means of a CFD-based approach.

B4

11:20

Béguin P., Momplot A., Pouzol T., Dennin L., Revel N., Granger D.

FRANCE

A new approach to 3D modelling: Smoothed Particle hydrodynamics (SPH)

Application at the communauté d’agglomération du douaisis

 

B4

11:40

Denis L., Jouan M., Verdeau D., Sinquin A., Patris T., Delmas R.

FRANCE

Scenarii and hydrodynamical modelling of Brest’s sewerage system discharges in the Bay of Brest

B4

12:00

B5 - Meteorological data - Wednesday 2:00 - 3:30 pm

Renard F., Alonso L.

FRANCE

Rainfall trend in Lyon in the context of climate change: an increase in rainfall at risk according to two weather type classifications

B5

14:00

Einfalt T., Hellmers S., Jasper-Tönnies A.

GERMANY

Urban Flood Prevention Based on Ensemble Precipitation Forecasts

B5

14:20

Nezeys A., Durand B., Bouzique C., Koelmann J., Rouland M., Nouvet B.,

FRANCE

Monitoring rain garden evapotranspiration - Lysimeter experimentation

B5

14:40

Hörnschemeyer B., Henrichs M., Uhl M.

GERMANY

Setting up a SWMM-integrated model for the evapotranspiration of urban vegetation

B5

15:00

B6 - Data and uncertainties - Wednesday 4:15 - 5:30 pm

Cortés-Torres N., Torres A., Villarreal E., Guasca A., Duque A.,

COLOMBIA

Methodology for calibration and data processing in an experimental assembly of green roofs

B6

16:15

Pichler M., Fanjat C., Camhy D., Maier R., Krebs G., Muschalla D., Lipeme-Kouyi G., Gruber G.

AUSTRIA

Model-based assessment of unavailable hydraulic CSO data

B6

16:35

Jensen D., Sandoval S., Li X., Mikkelsen P., Vezzaro L.,

DENMARK

Identifying representative stormwater quality events for pollution load prediction in planning and modelling contexts

B6

16:55

 

C3 - Monitoring - Wednesday 8:30 - 10:00 am

Richter B., Tränckner J.

GERMANY

Balancing of COD, TSS and NO3-N loads in an urban streams by high resolution online monitoring

C3

08:30

Leutnant D., Kleckers J., Haberkamp J., Uhl M.

GERMANY

Assessing the Performance of Decentralised Stormwater Management Measures by means of Continuous Turbidity Measurements

C3

08:50

Favre Boivin F., Froidevaux M., Spahni B.

SWITZERLAND

Comparing the evaluation of the performance of runoff water treatment systems using continuous turbidimetry or point sampling.

C3

09:10

Jordan F., Seguin G., Aki K., Rossi L., Leroquais A., Ledoucen O.

SWITZERLAND

Real-time monitoring of Geneva's sewer system and continuous evaluation of stormwater releases

C3

09:30

C4 - Pollutants characterisation - Wednesday 11:00 - 12:30 am

Rommel S., Helmreich B.

GERMANY

Are different catchment areas at one heavily trafficked road comparable as monitoring sites for stormwater quality improvement devices?

C4

11:00

Ellis B., Revitt M., Lundy L., Nelson R., Bryden J.,

UNITED KINGDOM

Characterisation of highway stormwater pollution in the highly urbanised Greater London area

C4

11:20

Lange K., Blecken G., Viklander M.

SWEDEN

Advanced size fractionation to estimate the impact of bioretention systems on metal speciation - preliminary results

C4

11:40

Pimiento M., Lara-Borrero J., Torres A.

COLOMBIA

Potential use of sediments retained in stormwater harvesting systems

C4

12:00

C5 - Emerging pollutants - Wednesday 2:00 - 3:30 pm

Österlund H., Renberg L., Nordqvist K., Viklander M.

SWEDEN

Micro litter in the urban environment: sampling and analysis of undisturbed snow

C5

14:00

Vijayan A., Österlund H., Magnusson K., Marsalek J., Viklander M.,

SWEDEN

Microplastics pathways in the urban environment: Urban roadside snowbanks

C5

14:20

Capdeville M., Michaud A., Barillon B., Chauvin C., Pico R., Penru Y., Granger D., Boechat C., Lamy D., Gonthier A.

FRANCE

Monitoring and treatment of micropollutants in rainwater in the Bordeaux metropolitan area.

C5

14:40

Pinasseau L., Wiest L., Fildier A., Volatier L., Mermillod-Blondin F., Vulliet E.

FRANCE

Suspect screening of emerging pollutants in groundwater and runoff water using passive sampling coupled with high resolution mass spectrometry

C5

15:00

C6 - Pollutant sources - Wednesday 4:15 - 5:30 pm

Rietveld M., Clemens F., Langeveld J.

NETHERLANDS

Measuring the solids loading of urban drainage systems via run off

C6

16:15

Deshayes S., Gasperi J., Caupos E., Partibane C., Boudahmane L., Saad M., Dubois P., Flanagan K., Neveu P., Paupardin J., Varnède L., Gromaire M-C.

FRANCE

58. Bisphenol A, alkylphenol and phtalates in road and car park runoff: from vehicle component emissions to in-situ measurement

C6

16:35

Schilperoort R., Blaak H., Schmitt H., Hof A., Lohmann B., Palsma B., Langeveld J.

NETHERLANDS

Illicit Connections and Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Urban Surface Water

C6

16:55

 

D3 - BMPs - Micropollutants treatment - Wednesday 8:30 - 10:00 am

Michaud A., Binet G., Graffin F., Rousseau J.

FRANCE

Results and feedback from the experimental observatory of Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) in Bordeaux Metropole

D3

08:30

Flanagan K., Branchu P., Boudahmane L., Caupos E., Demare D., Deshayes S., Dubois P., Kajeiou M., Meffray L., Partibane C.

FRANCE

Mass balance of micropollutants over the first year of operation in a stormwater biofilter: a field approach integrating water and soil

D3

08:50

Garnier R., Castebrunet H., Sebastian C., Barraud S.

FRANCE

Micropollutants removal efficiency of stormwater control measures: comparison centralized system vs source control structures

D3

09:10

Gromaire M., Barraud S., Rodriguez F., Bak A., Branchu P., Castebrunet H., Flanagan K., Garnier R., Neveu P., Paupardin J., Ramier D., Ruban V., Seidl M., Thomas E., Varude L.

FRANCE

How efficient are stormwater control measures for micropollutant management? Feedback from Matriochkas, MicroMégas and Roulépur projects

D3

09:30

D4 - Porous pavements - Wednesday 11:00 - 12:30 am

Jacob S.,

FRANCE

Tools for design and laying of precast concrete permeable pavements

D4

11:00

Castillo-Rodríguez J., Andrés-Doménech I., Perales-Momparler S., Mira-Peidro J., Corrales-García J.,

SPAIN

Sustainable stormwater management through an innovative ceramic permeable pavement solution: Urban retrofitting demonstrator in Benicàssim (Spain)

D4

11:20

Lin J., Kang S., Yu S.

TAÏWAN

Testing of porous pavements performance on runoff and temperature control in Taipei City

D4

11:40

Sañudo-Fontaneda L., Jato-Espino D., Tziampou N., Rey-Mahía C., Martínez-Fernández A.,

UNITED KINGDOM

Maintaining Permeable Pavements: Unveiling the challenge through long-term monitoring and forensic engineering

D4

12:00

D5 - Asset management - Wednesday 2:00 - 3:30 pm

Thébault E., Pruvost-Bouvattier M., Lehoucq C., Quillien R., Mauclair C., Bignon E., Salaun L.

FRANCE

Eaubaine: a tool to evaluate the spread of green infrastructures in the Parisian metropole

D5

14:00

Franck-Néel C., Goutaland D., Flaux T., Cherqui F.

FRANCE

Contribution of system dynamic modelling to assess stormwater control measures maintenance

D5

14:20

Charafeddine R., Tedoldi D., Branchu P., Thomas E., Laurent V., Gromaire M.

FRANCE

Intra- and inter-site variability of soil contamination in vegetated roadside embankments - Implications for maintenance operations

D5

14:40

Sarabian T., Scott J., Drake J.

CANADA

Clogging of PICP pavement and its maintenance requirements

D5

15:00

D6 - Wetlands - Wednesday 4:15 - 5:30 pm

Reyes N., Geronimo F., Kim L.

SOUTH KOREA

Evaluation of pollutant dynamics and treatment efficiency of a small constructed wetland

D6

16:15

Troesch S., Branchu P., Suaire R., Bernard E., Molle P.,

FRANCE

Treatment of urban stormwater runoff with treatment wetlands : experience from 2 French full scale sites

D6

16:35

Tondera K., Chazarenc F., Shang K., Hu Y., Vincent G., Brisson J.

FRANCE

Design criteria for horizontal flow wetlands treating water with low nutrient content

D6

16:55

 

- POSTERS ON WEDNESDAY -

Authors list

Country

Title

Theme

   

Flanagan K., Ah-Leung S., Bacot L., Bak A., Barraud S., Branchu P., Castebrunet H., Cossais N., De G., Deroubaix J.

FRANCE

Development of a Guideline for Evaluating the Performance of Multi-objective Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS)

A6

P2-01

Bouvy C., Roldin M., Gustafsson L., Wennberg C., Ducatez J.,

FRANCE

Stormwater management planning from a holistic hydrologic perspective

B3

P2-02

Dufresne M., Isel S., Benesch A., Hilligardt D.

FRANCE

Evaluation of settling performance of rainwater storage tanks

B4

P2-03

Vinçon-Leite B., Bezerra F., Leroux N., Hong Y., Piccioni F., Lemaire B., Tramoy R., Da S., Lucas F., Chebbo G.

FRANCE

Open-water swimming in urban areas: How a three-dimensional hydrodynamic model can help in the microbiological contamination monitoring?

B4

P2-04

Voßwinkel N., Mohn R.

GERMANY

Prediction of transport capability of intake vortices based on a hybrid modelling strategy

B4

P2-05

Haacke N., Paton E.

GERMANY

Identification of intra-city variation of urban flash floods by statistical analysis of extreme rainfall events in Berlin, Germany

B5

P2-06

Yin Y., Drake J.

CANADA

Baseline ET for a Pre-Development LID Community and Validation of Temperature-Based ET Models

B5

P2-07

Micard A., Torres A.

COLOMBIA

Assessment of evapotranspiration effect on water balance for a constructed-wetland/reservoir-tank system (CWRT), in a tropical Andean zone.

B5

P2-08

Lindfors S., Österlund H., Lundy L., Viklander M.

SWEDEN

Evaluation of Truly Dissolved and Bioavailable Metal Concentrations in Snowmelt and Rainfall Runoff

C4

P2-09

Welker A., Dierschke M., Gelhardt L.

GERMANY

Vegetation and temporal variability of particle size distribution (PSD) and organic matter of urban road deposited sediments in Frankfurt am Main

C4

P2-10

Baum P., Dittmer U.

GERMANY

Size Dependant Metal Loads of Urban Stormwater Runoff Compared to the Loads of Total Suspended Solids

C4

P2-11

Sun S., Barraud S., Castebrunet H., Aubin J.

CHINA

Trend analysis of stormwater hydrology and pollutants: A case study of Chassieu Catchment in France

C6

P2-12

Treilles R., Gasperi J., Saad M., Rabier A., Breton J., Rocher V., Guérin S., Tassin B.

FRANCE

Macro and microplastics in stormwater and combined sewer overflows in Paris megacity

C6

P2-13

Vialle C., Goigoux A., Montréjaud-Vignoles M., Vignoles C., Sablayrolles C.,

FRANCE

Stormwater quality of the separated network of Toulouse city

C6

P2-14

Winston R., Sester L., Witter J.

USA

Factors Affecting Gross Solids and Anthropogenic Litter Volume and Mass in Stormwater Runoff from Roads

C6

P2-15

Lamont B., Jenkins G., Kavehei E.

AUSTRALIA

Generation and transport of plastic in an urban stormwater system

C6

P2-17

Ruban V., Li C., Augris P., Caubrière N., Demare D., Flahaut B., Guillon M., Lebouc L., Mabilais D., Martinet L.

FRANCE

Efficiency of three stormwater management systems for the reduction of flow and micropollutants from urban and road runoff

D3

P2-18

Tziampou N., Coupe S., Sañudo-Fontaneda L., Castro-Fresno D., Newman A.,

UNITED KINGDOM

Optimising the hydraulic performance of Permeable Pavement Systems: Novel materials as water barrier/treatment systems

D4

P2-19

Rosin T., Romano M., Kapelan Z., Keedwell E.

UNITED KINGDOM

Near Real-Time Detection of Blockages in Wastewater Systems using Evolutionary Artificial Neural Networks and Statistical Process Control

D5

P2-20

Goldstein A., Al-Rubaei A., Blecken G., Viklander M., Hunt W.,

USA

Survey of the Operational Status of Twenty Biofilter Practices in Sweden

D5

P2-21

Cherqui F., Szota C., James R., Burns M., Fletcher T., Bertrand-Krajewski J., Poelsma P., Perigaud T.

FRANCE

Toward proactive management of stormwater control measures using low-cost technology

D5

P2-22

Werey C., Cheritat A., Bahy F., Sibeud E., Malfroy-Camine M.,

FRANCE

Cost analysis of maintenance practices by multi-actors for green stormwater control measures

D5

P2-23

Peroni C., Teixeira B.

BRAZIL

Evaluation of rainwater detention basins in the urban area of a middle sized city in Brazil

D5

P2-24

Sage J., Kerloch B., Saulais M.

FRANCE

The management of stormwater infrastructures in a context of technical and institutional evolutions - Teachings from a survey of various French communities

D5

P2-25

Borne K., Théron F., Andres Y.

FRANCE

Flume experiment to assess the impact of flow velocity on TSS entrapment by a Floating Treatment Wetland

D6

P2-26  

Choi H., Geronimo F., Hong J., Jeon M., Kim L.,

SOUTH KOREA

Evaluation of constructed wetlands treating road and parking lot stormwater runoff considering ecological functions

D6

P2-27

 

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Thursday 4 July

- ORAL PRESENTATIONS -

A7 - Urban planning & strategy /2 - Thursday 08:30 - 10:00 am

Authors list

Country

Title

Session

   

Jia H.,

CHINA

Sponge city construction Practices in China: a novel solution for urban management paradigm

A7

08:30

Saulais M., Leonard C., Gradel O., Domingo S., Capcarrère T.,

FRANCE

Consider the soil "re-permeabilisation" in the Scheme of territorial coherence (SCoT) of Grand Narbonne

A7

08:50

Floriat M., Cosnier F., Mazabrard D.

FRANCE

Stormwater and urban planning - considering stormwater management in urban planning documents and functional municipal organizations for the instruction of the rainwater harvesting in urban projects: state of play and perspectives

A7

09:10

Carpenter D., Basu A., Sinha S.

USA

Using an Integrated Assessment Process to Determine Strategies for Removing Barriers to Green Stormwater Infrastructure Implementation

A7

09:30

A8 - Participation and citizen appropriation /2 - Thursday 11:00 - 12:30 am

Cossais N., Martouzet D., Rivière-Honegger A.

FRANCE

How to fashion pervious cities: key stakeholders and steps in the Metropole of Lyon

A8

11:00

Ah-Leung S., Rivière-Honegger A., Comby E., Cottet M., Cossais N.,

FRANCE

Perceptions and representations of micropollutants and stormwater best management practices: the example of users of the Ecocampus LyonTech La Doua

A8

11:20

Webber J., Raine A., Virgincar S., Kapelan Z., Fu G.,

UNITED KINGDOM

Assessing the potential for large scale implementation of sustainable drainage systems in South West UK (SWEEP)

A8

11:40

Le Nouveau N.,

FRANCE

Turtles near drains to raise citizens and visitors awareness in Nice

A8

12:00

A9 - Climate change - adaptation - Thursday 2:15 - 4:00 pm

Gnecco I., Palla A., La B.

ITALY

Towards resilient cities: stormwater runoff mitigation strategies

A9

14:15

Sørensen M.,

DENMARK

SUDS retrofitting as a lever for urban renewal and resilient stormwater systems

A9

14:35

Matzinger A., Zamzow M., Riechel M., Pawlowsky-Reusing E., Rouault P.,

GERMANY

Resilience of urban drainage systems - Proposition of a quantitative approach

A9

14:55

Skrydstrup J., Gallus E., De R., Gregersen I., Löwe R., Koetse M., Aerts J., Arnbjerg-Nielsen K.

DENMARK

Quantifying multiple planning objectives of flood adaptation measures ? a case study of Odense, Denmark

A9

15:15

Alamdari N., Sample D.

USA

Assessing the Cost of Adapting Stormwater Control Measures to Climate Change

A9

15:35

 

B7 - Real-time control /1 - Thursday 08:30 - 10:00 am

Sosnoski A., Barros M., Conde F.

BRAZIL

Real-time storm water management during flood events in highly urbanized areas

B7

08:30

Hellmers S., Fröhle P.

GERMANY

Integrating real-time control functions of local and meso scale drainage measures in hydrological modelling

B7

08:50

Poulsen T., Mølbye N., Ravn C., Faarbæk T., Monier L.,

DENMARK

Full-scale implementation of cloud-based sewer Model Predictive Control in Kolding, Denmark

B7

09:10

Svensen J., Niemann H., Falk A., Poulsen N.

DENMARK

Model Predictive Control: A case study of Trøjborg

B7

09:30

B8 - Real-time control /2 - Thursday 11:00 - 12:30 am

Guerreiro V., Courbon T., Curinier E.

FRANCE

Smart and autonomous storage in wastewater network in Mandelieu to reduce overflows

B8

11:00

Hong Y., Soulignac F., Roguet A., Piccioni F., Dubois P., Lemaire B., Lucas F., Vinçont-Leite B.

FRANCE

An automatic warning system for faecal contamination in urban recreational lake

B8

11:20

Ly D., Bertrand-Krajewski J., Binet G., Maruejouls T.

FRANCE

A water quality-based control strategy to reduce CSO pollutant loads

B8

11:40

Oberascher M., Kinzel C., Rauch W., Sitzenfrei R.

AUSTRIA

Can we measure what we need for smart stormwater systems?

 

B8

12:00

B9 - Flood - analysis and modelling - Thursday 2:15 - 4:00 pm

Fujiwara S., Ideta I., Matsuoka H., Nakamura M., Tamura I.,

JAPAN

Effective Implementation of Inundation Measures Using the AHP Method

B9

14:15

Seyoum S., Willems P., Verbeiren B.

BELGIUM

Data-Driven Models for Pluvial Flood Forecasting in Brussels

B9

14:35

Leitner S., Krebs G., Muschalla D.

AUSTRIA

Integrated urban flash flood modelling in hillside catchments

B9

14:55

Willinger B., Monier L., Hervé C., Gires A., Roux N., Tisserand B., Schertzer D., Tchiguirinskaia I.

FRANCE

Optimisation of Nature Based Solutions for urban stormwater management, high resolution of radar data and fully distributed modelling: The Bièvre case study

B9

15:15

Miranda F., Sousa M., Rezende O., Jacob A., Miguez M., Haddad A.

BRAZIL

Index of Propensity to Flooding Applied to the Municipality of Duque de Caxias, Metropolitan Region of Rio de Janeiro

B9

15:35

 

C7 - Infiltration - Thursday 08:30 - 10:00 am

Devillers D., Ouddane B., Herin J.

FRANCE

TAM project: A study of the impact of stormwater infiltration through SuDS on the quality of infiltrated water

C7

08:30

Chiffre A., Moncond'huy V., Benard M.

FRANCE

Earthworms: a biological solution for improving infiltration of road runoff in vegetated swales?

C7

08:50

Zaqout T., Andradottir H., Sorensen J.

ICELAND

Urban infiltration in cold climate

C7

09:10

Jeon M., Hong J., Geronimo F., Choi H., Kang H., Kim L.

SOUTH KOREA

Assessment on the effects of soil amendment to the overall performance of urban stormwater low impact development technologies

C7

09:30

C8 - Rainwater harvesting - Thursday 11:00 - 12:30 am

Xu W., Fletcher T., Duncan H., Burns M., Breman J., Bergmann D.

AUSTRALIA

The empirical performance of rainwater harvesting systems equipped with real-time control

C8

11:00

Jamali B., Bach P.M., Deletic A.

AUSTRALIA

Rainwater harvesting for urban flood management - an integrated modelling framework

C8

11:20  

Schuetze M., Alex J., Snir O., Friedler E.

GERMANY

Impacts of rainwater harvesting and greywater reuse on the entire water system - a general modelling methodology applied to a city in Israel

C8

11:40

Snir O., Schütze M., Friedler E.

ISRAEL

Effects of Rainwater Harvesting on Urban Runoff, Drainage and Potable Water Use: High Temporal Resolution Stochastic Model

C8

12:00

C9 - Stream impacts - Thursday 2:15 - 4:00 pm

Weber T., O'neill A., Browning G., Crocetti A.

AUSTRALIA

A new approach for establishing stormwater objectives

C9

14:15

Imberger S., Walsh C., Fletcher T., Bos D., Burns M.,

AUSTRALIA

Factors limiting the capacity of stormwater control measures to protect stream ecosystems

C9

14:35

Lundy L., Revitt M., Ellis B.

UNITED KINGDOM

Development of a framework to support the systematic identification of surface receiving waters vulnerable to highway traffic pollution

C9

14:55

Sage J., Berthier E., Porcheron D., Dutremble C.

FRANCE

Assessing the impact of rainwater harvesting on the hydrological regime of small semi-urban watersheds

C9

15:15

Benisch J., Helm B., Becker S., Koch K., Guadalupe V., Krebs P., Förster C.

GERMANY

Thermal response of a stream to urban conditions - ecological threat or ecosystem service?

C9

15:35

 

D7 - Green Roofs - Thursday 08:30 - 10:00 am

Gnecco I., Palla A., Sansalone J.

ITALY

Assessment of the green roof retention capacity: the role of the evapotranspiration

D7

08:30

Campisano A., Gullotta A., Modica C.

ITALY

Preliminary results of experiments for the evaluation of on-site detention of modular blue roofs

D7

08:50

Werdin J., Fletcher T., Rayner J., Williams N., Farrell C.,

AUSTRALIA

Optimising green roof substrate weight and water retention using biochar

D7

09:10

Cheng Y., Fassman-Beck E.

USA

The effect of zeolite amendments on nitrogen leaching from extensive sedum green roofs

D7

09:30

D8 - Bioretention - Thursday 11:00 - 12:30 am

Fassman-Beck E., Borst M., Nissen K.

USA

Examination of Evapotranspiration from Bioretention Planters

D8

11:00

Johnson J., Muthanna T., Hunt W.

USA

Evaluation of the long-term hydrologic performance of a rain garden in Trondheim, Norway

D8

11:20

Passeport E., Ding B., Gharedaghloo B., Rezanezhad F., Rhodes-Dicker L., Van C.

CANADA

Bioretention cell performance in cold climate conditions

D8

11:40

Leviram I., Herzberg M., Gross A., Lintern A., Mccarthy D.,

AUSTRALIA

Putting microbes to work: herbicide removal via stormwater biofilters

D8

12:00

D9 - BMPs design - Thursday 2:15 - 4:00 pm

Drumond P., Moura P., Coelho M., Ramires J.

BRAZIL

Comparison of monitored water levels and those calculated using design methods in two On-site Stormwater Detention (OSD)

D9

14:15

Wadzuk B.,

USA

Dynamic processes in urban green infrastructure systems

D9

14:35

Back Y., Urich C., Kitanovic S., Kleidorfer M.

AUSTRIA

Implementing different decentralized stormwater techniques to reduce pressure on the urban drainage system and mitigate the urban heat island effect

D9

14:55

Ng K., Mccarthy D., Hatt B.

AUSTRALIA

Improving biofilter media for urban agriculture crop production

D9

15:15

Neveu P., Gromaire M., Branchu P., Fabure J., Lamy I., Deroubaix J., Gobert J., Gillon-Ritz M., Ferrandez J.F., Troesch S., Seidl

FRANCE

LIFE ADSORB project - optimising the treatment of highway runoff in Paris

D9

15:35

- POSTERS ON THURSDAY-

Authors list

Country

Title

Theme

   

Saulais M., Kerloc'h B., Ferrier V., Brus A., Le N., Ferro Y., Gerolin A., Degrave M.

FRANCE

Methodological framework : Develop, implement and accompany the stormwater management urban plan

A7

P3-01

Pedersen A., Linderberg J., Brink-Kjær A.

DENMARK

Co-benefits in smarter stormwater management: planning for strategic stormwater infiltration in urban areas using data from groundwater monitoring wells

A7

P3-02

Stokseth G., Kristvik E., Sandoval S., Lohne J., Muthanna T.,

NORWAY

Digital Solutions for Early Phase Stormwater Planning

A7

P3-03

Moncond'huy V., Benard M.

FRANCE

Potential of stormwater disconnection – Environmental and economic issues

A7

P3-04

Ah-Leung S.,

FRANCE

The relationship between stormwater management techniques and the public: the case of the Metropole of Lyon

A8

P3-05

Sørup H., Arnbjerg-Nielsen K., Feilberg M., Liu L., Fryd O., Ulbak K., Dahl M., Jensen M.

DENMARK

Sustainable climate change adaptation of urban water management in compliance with the UN SDGs

A9

P3-06

Ortiz Lopez C., Giraldo O.

COLOMBIA

An approach to the hydrological modelling of urban wetlands under climate change scenarios. Case study: Jaboque wetland, Bogota, Colombia

A9

P3-07

Drummond C., Mark T., Donald C.

USA

Unseen Aspects of Sea Level Rise: Accounting for Groundwater Impacts

A9

P3-08

Breil P., Fontanel F., Armani G., Poulard C.

FRANCE

Spatial management of intense overland runoff by means of wetlands

B2

P3-09

Carpenter D., Pieschek R., Drummond C.

USA

Documenting the Urban Water Cycle and Implications for Determining the Effectiveness of Transforming the Landscape with Green Stormwater Infrastructure

B2

P3-10

Stentoft P., Vezzaro L., Courdent V., Pedersen J., Thomsen H., Mikkelsen P., Tisserand B., Amiel C., Munk-Nielsen T.,

DENMARK

Real Time Forecasting of Flows and Loads to WWTPs for Enhanced Hydraulic and Biological Capacity during Stormwater Events

B8

P3-11

Chibane T., Paquier A., Benmamar S., Poulard C.

ALGERIA

Influence of sewer overflows on the dynamics of street flow - laboratory experiments

B9

P3-12

Miranda F., Sousa M., Rezende O., Jacob A., Miguez M., Haddad A.

BRAZIL

Simplified Flood Risk Index Applied to the Duque de Caxias Municipality in the Metropolitan Region of Rio de Janeiro

B9

P3-13

Gupta K., Vanniere E., Nikam V.

INDIA

Tidal-River Interaction Modelling for a Coastal Megacity: Case Study of Mumbai, India

B9

P3-14

Stapel C., Tränckner J., Kachholz F.

GERMANY

Urban Flood Modeling - Impact of Digital elevation model (DEM)

B9

P3-15

Petrucci G., Arias L., Marant L., Hervé C.

FRANCE

Improvements in the implementation of infiltration rules

C7

P3-16

Belmeziti A.,

ALGERIA

Evaluation of rainwater harvesting potential in an Algerian typical-building

C8

P3-17

Marzall V., Milograna J.

BRAZIL

Verification of the economic feasibility of rainwater harvesting systems in regions with long periods of drought

C8

P3-18

Villarreal E.,

SWEDEN

Water saving and runoff retention potentials of a rainwater collection system in a university building in Colombia

C8

P3-19

Okedi J., Armitage N.

SOUTH AFRICA

Stormwater harvesting using aquifer storage, case of Zeekoe Catchment in Cape Town, South Africa

C8

P3-20

Helm B., Weber S., Meyer S., Petzold H., Goldberg V.,

GERMANY

The green roof research facility Dresden - a high resolution monitoring system for coupled water, heat and matter fluxes in green roofs.

D7

P3-21

Moura P., Lima T.

BRAZIL

Runoff coefficient from a green roof located in Belo Horizonte Brazil - results from 2017-2018

D7

P3-22

Heckova P., Snehota M., Hanzlikova J., Bares V., Stransky D., Koestel J.

CZECH REPUBLIC

Early Structural Changes of Engineered Soils in Bioretention Cell

D8

P3-23

Seidl M., Paupardin J., Ramier D., Quillien R., Desetables F., Meffray L., Demare D., Partibane C., Boudahmane L., Saad M., Caupos. E.

FRANCE

Vegetated filters for source control of pollutants associated with road runoff. Case study of Rosny-sous-Bois (France)

D8

P3-24

Kõiv-Vainik M., Brisson J., Dagenais D., Dorner S.

ESTONIA

Full-scale field trial for bioretention cells designed for cold climate conditions: establishment year

D8

P3-25

 

BEST POSTER AWARDS & « GARDEN REFRESHMENT »

16:00-17:15 – see the programme

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4 parallel sessions, from Tuesday afternoon to Thursday
Novatech 2019 is organised around 4 complementary themes which cover a diversity of perspectives, making a thematic path: from the planning of a new neighbourhood to answering the climate change issues; from presentation of the latest research to the application of innovative solutions in practice; from the perception of stormwater by inhabitants to challenges of new governance models.

A broad vision of what is done throughout the world
This year, the reviewer team has selected 230 papers abroad 283 submissions from 30 countries: 1/3 are French, 1/3 are European and 1/3 from the rest of the world.

A balance between scientific and technical papers
As Novatech, many papers are at the interface between the research community, and practitioners. 2/3 of papers have a scientific approach, but very often co-written with practitioners. 2/3 of papers are oral presentations in breakout rooms in parallel with simultaneous translation provided; 1/3 are posters, with a daily program.

Vote for the best poster of the day!

3 sessions en parallèle

Posters represent one third of selected papers. They contribute widely to enhance the information proposed in the Novatech sessions. Each day, 20 to 30 posters linked with the daily conference themes are displayed in the central area of the conference. Delegates are invited to meet and exchange with posters' authors, during the two daily poster sessions, with a total duration of 1h45. Delegates are invited to vote for the best poster of the day; the authors of the three best posters will be rewarded with an emblematic gift from Lyon on Thursday, at 4 pm.

Discover operations and strategies presented by the Novatech Awards 2019 finalists

Novatech is organizing for the 3rd time the Novatech Awards 2019, the aim is to highlight planning operations in the urban retrofit context, conurbation strategies and citizens mobilization around stormwater management exemplary projects.

The 12 finalists, urbanists, landscapers, sociologists and engineers, will present their operations and approaches on Wednesday sessions. Laureates will be rewarded on Wednesday night, during the Gala Dinner.