Novatech 2013 planning technologies urban water stormwater management FRGBIndex

thematic conferences on TUESDAY 25th june  - PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME


- SCHEDULE TUESDAY 25th JUNE -

Schedule Tuesday 25 June

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- ORAL PRESENTATIONS -

A3 - Public Spaces - Tuesday 8:30-9:30am
Chaired by Gilles Rivard, Genivar inc. – Canada
No. List of authors Country Title
Room
8:30 Piel C. FRANCE Rainwater, an essential tool for developing and sustaining natural resources in the city: three models implemented in densely built urban zones
A
8:45 Rousseau M. CANADA From stormwater management to the creation of designed wildlife habitats - Gewurz-Remer Park case study
A
9:00 Giroud V.; Jacquelin P.; Cantone P. FRANCE Rainwater management and social practices in Ouagadougou Park, town of Grenoble
A
A4 - City Scale Strategy & Catchment - Tuesday 9:30am-12:30pm
Chaired by Maria Rafaela Matos, Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil – Portugal
9:30 Le Nouveau N.; Deroubaix J.-F.; Diou G.; Tardivo B. FRANCE Urban stormwater management fee revealing public action: analysis of the first French experiences
A
9:45 Arcos M.; Guyot S.; Perratone D.; Ogier C. FRANCE Managing stormwater at watershed level
A
11:00 Raasch U.; Becker M. GERMANY Future Convention for stormwater – ways to a balanced runoff-regime
A
11:15 Perales-Momparler S.; Jefferies C.; Perigüell-Ortega E.; Peris-García P.P.; Muñoz-Bonet J.L. SPAIN Inner-city SUDS retrofitted sites to promote sustainable stormwater management in the Mediterranean region of Valencia: AQUAVAL (Life+ EU Programme)
A
11:30 Green O.; Shuster W.; Garmestani A.; Thurston H. USA Upscaling Natural and Social Capitals for Decentralized Urban Stormwater Management
A
11:45 Shuster W.; Garmestani A.; Green O.; Rhea L.; Roy A.; Thurston H. USA Catchment-scale stormwater management via economic incentives – an overview and lessons-learned
A
A5 - Neighbourhood - Tuesday 2:00-3:00pm
Chaired by Carine Morin Batut, Safège – France
2:00 Boudet C.; Mozzi M.; El-Gharbi S.; Maytraud T.; Kreziak C.; Dumont E.; Migeon M.; Bignon B. FRANCE Managing Groundwater and Stormwater in an Urban Renewal Project in La Courneuve
A
2:15 McMeekin K.; Juteau D. CANADA Ecological refection of a parking lot in a subsidised housing complex, in downtown Montréal
A
2:30 Larue D.; Berlo L.; Defelix J. FRANCE Rediscovering the river in a densely built urban zone - the Praille-Acacias-Vernets region of Geneva, Switzerland
A
A6 - District Redevelopment - Tuesday 3:00-5:30pm
Chaired by Pascale Rouault, Kompetenzzentrum Wasser Berlin – Germany
3:00 Hoban A.; Tanner C.; Hamlyn-Harris D.; Stiler D.; Pascoe M. AUSTRALIA Fitzgibbon Chase: Integrated use of non-potable stormwater and potable roof water in a new urban precinct.
A
3:15 Nyerup Nielsen C.; Slot Hansen S.; Lindholm Krak A.; Andersen S.M.; Clausson-Kaas J.; Bach O. DENMARK Sct Annae Square as Flash Flood Street
A
4:00 Carpenter D. USA The use of innovative stormwater management techniques to retrofit a Midwestern U.S urban campus – a case study.
A
4:15 Maunier L.; Marchand V.; Sibeud E.; Brun Pierre C.; Marguerit A. FRANCE Reuse of Garibaldi street’s underpasses, an example of stormwater management and reuse in a dense urban area
A
4:30 Ricard B.; Geffroy F.; Blot C. FRANCE 10 years of projects for integrated stormwater management - a focus on superficial collect and infiltration
A
4:45 Bacchin T.; Ashley R.; Veerbeek W.; Berghauser Pont M. NETHERLANDS A multi-scale approach in the planning and design of water sensitive environments
A
5:00 Balsells M.; Barroca B.; Amdal J.; Diab Y.; Becue V.; Serre D. FRANCE Application of the DS3 model to the stormwater sewerage system at the neighborhood level
A
B3 - Impact Models - Tuesday 8:30-9:30am
Chaired by Wolfgang Rauch, University Innsbruck – Austria
8:30 Gamerith V.; Leonhardt G.; Hofer T.; Kinzel C.; Kleidorfer M.; Rauch W. AUSTRIA Integrated assessment of receiving water quality based on validated high resolution data and water quality modelling
B
8:45 Silva T.; Petrucci G.; Vinçon-Leite B.; Lemaire B.J.; Garnier R.; Tran Khac V.; Seidl M.; Tassin B.; Nascimento N. FRANCE Coupling cyanobacteria dynamics and urban runoff modelling: an integrated approach for a tropical lake in Brazil
B
9:00 Launay M.; Dittmer U.; Steinmetz H.; Kuch B. GERMANY Temporal variations of organic pollutants levels during storm events in an urban receiving water body
B
B4 - Green Roofs - Tuesday 9:30am-12:30pm
Chaired by Bryan Ellis, Middlesex University – United Kingdom
9:30 Locatelli L.; Ole M.; Steen Mikkelsen P.; Arnbjerg-Nielsen K.; Roldin M.K.; Binning P.J. DENMARK A simple rainfall-runoff model for the single and long term hydrological performance of green roofs
B
9:45 Vesuviano G.; Sonnenwald F.; Stovin V. UK A two-stage storage routing model for green roof runoff detention
B
11:00 Iorgulescu I.; Enggist M.; Nirel P.; Coster M. SWITZERLAND Stormwater management at the local scale: a green roof study, review and lessons learned
B
11:15 Versini P.-A.; Jouve P.; Ramier D.; Berthier E.; De Gouvello B. FRANCE Hydrological impact of green roofs on urban runoff at the watershed scale – Case studies in the Hauts-de-Seine county (France)
B
11:30 Schwager J.; Ruban V.; Morel J.-L.; Claverie R.; Irles A.; Thiriat J. FRANCE Identification of key phenomena of metal transfers between rainwater and green roofs
B
11:45 Fassman-Beck E.; Simcock R. NEW ZEALAND Hydrology and Water Quality of Living Roofs in Auckland
B
12:00 Gromaire M.-C.; Ramier D.; Seidl M.; Berthier E.; Saad M.; De Gouvello B. FRANCE Impact of extensive green roofs on the quantity and the quality of runoff – first results of a test bench in the Paris region
B
B5 - Treatment / Separation - Tuesday 2:00-3:30pm
Chaired by Gislain Lipeme Kouyi, INSA de Lyon – France
2:00 Schaffner J.; Mayer I.; Eckhardt H.; Steinhardt J. GERMANY Model based investigations on the pollution loads of stormwater treatment particle separators
B
2:15 Weiss G. GERMANY Innovative use of lamella clarifiers for central stormwater treatment in separate sewer systems
B
2:30 Fuchs S.; Mayer I.; Haller B.; Roth H. GERMANY Lamella Settler for Storm Water Treatment - Performance and Design Recommendations
B
2:45 Phillips D.; Simon M.; Whipp S.; Phipps D. AUSTRALIA Testing and development of the comb separator for CSO chambers
B
3:00 Schmitt V.; Vazquez J.; Dufresne M.; Morin A.; Fischer M. FRANCE Separation efficiency of a hydrodynamic separator using a 3D CFD approach
B
B6 - Nitrogen & Phosphorus Treatment - Tuesday 4:00-5:30pm
Chaired by Pascal Molle, Irstea – France
4:00 Glaister B.; Fletcher T.; Cook P.; Hatt B. AUSTRALIA Co-optimisation of Phosphorus and Nitrogen Removal in Stormwater Biofilters: the Role of Filter Media, Vegetation and Saturated Zone
B
4:15 Payne E.; Pham T.; Cook P.; Cook P.; Fletcher T.; Hatt B.; Deletic A. AUSTRALIA Biofilter design for effective nitrogen removal from stormwater – influence of plant species, inflow hydrology and use of a saturated zone
B
4:30 Tondera K.; Koenen S.; Stappert U.; Dahmen H.; Pinnekamp J. GERMANY Combined Sewer Overflow Treatment: Removal of oxygen-depleting parameters through Retention Soil Filters
B
4:45 Borne K.; Fassman E.; Tanner C. NEW ZEALAND Performance comparison of a field-scale Floating Treatment Wetland for phosphorus, heavy metals and TSS removal from stormwater runoff
B
"2013 best-of session" - invited speaker - Tuesday 5:30-6:00pm
5:30 Marsalek J. CANADA Fifty years of innovation in urban stormwater management: Past achievements and current challenges
B
C3 - BMPs & Sewer Systems Efficiency - Tuesday 8:30-10:00am
Chaired by Torsten Frehmann, Emschergenossenschaft – Germany
8:30 Cizek A.; Hunt W. USA Discretization of predevelopment flow pathways to better achieve predevelopment water quality from stormwater control measures (SCMs)
C
8:45 Sørup H.J.D.; Arnbjerg-Nielsen K.; Mikkelsen P.S.; Rygaard M. DENMARK Quantitative potentials for rainwater handling using the “Three Points Approach” (3PA)
C
9:00 Gerolin A.; Le Nouveau N.; De Gouvello B. FRANCE Rainwater harvesting for stormwater management: example-based typology and current approaches for evaluation to question French practices
C
9:15 Campisano A.; Cutore P.; Modica C.; Nie L. ITALY Reducing inflow to stormwater sewers by the use of domestic rainwater harvesting tanks
C
9:30 Breton N.; Todorovic Z.; Crayston F. UK Screening tool for water quality improvements, flood risk management and urban regeneration through surface water flood reduction at a regional scale
C
9:45 Kurzbach S.; Hammond M.; Mark O.; Djordjevi? S.; Butler D.; Gourbesville P.; Batica J.; Veerbeek W.; Birkholz S.; Schlitte F.; Chen A.S. ; Manojlovi? N.; Ujeyl G. UK The development of socio-economic scenarios for urban flood risk management
C
C4 - Rain & Sewer System Model - Tuesday 11:00am-12:30pm
Chaired by Thomas Einfalt, hydro & meteo GmbH & Co. KG – Germany
11:00 Sun S.; Bertrand-Krajewski J.-L. FRANCE Parsimonious conceptual hydrological model selection with different modeling objectives
C
11:15 Roux C.; Guillon A.; Jouve P.; Belin M.-M.; Allouch A. FRANCE Implementing a systematic comparison approach between measurements and hydraulic modelling for permanent diagnosis of sewer network
C
11:30 Leonhardt G.; Sun S.; Rauch W.; Bertrand-Krajewski J.-L. AUSTRIA Model based approaches for rainfall estimation in urban catchments
C
11:45 Schoorens J.; Emmanuel I.; Le Balier V.; Guillon A. FRANCE Influence of the rainfall input for sewage system modelling: case study of the Boulogne-Billancourt catchment
C
12:00 Fencl M.; Rieckermann J.; Stránský D.; Fidranská H.; Bareš V. CZECH REPUBLIC Towards controlling urban storm water runoff with rainfall information from telecommunication microwave links
C
C5 - BMPs & Sewer System Efficiency - Tuesday 2:00-3:00pm
Chaired by Alain Wyss, État de Genève – Switzerland
2:00 De Bondt K.; Claeys P. BELGIUM Floods and combined sewer overflows in Brussels : The limits of the current mitigation measures and the benefits of the infiltration-based best management practices
C
2:15 Roux C.; Gissy M.; Jouve P.; Bertrand C. FRANCE Theoretical impacts of rainwater source control on the Hauts-de-Seine County’s sewer network
C
2:30 Nezeys A. FRANCE A Rainwater Zoning for Paris: reinstate the urban stormwater into the great water cycle
C
2:45 Licata A.; Farag M.; Palmares R.; Mehrotra S.; Leo W.; Jones M. USA Watershed Scale Application and Evaluation of Green Infrastructure for CSO Control
C
C6A - Real Time Control - Tuesday 3:00-4:30pm
Chaired by Robert Leconte, Université de Sherbrooke – Canada
3:00 Vezzaro L.; Löwe R.; Madsen H.; Grum M.; Mikkelsen P.S. DENMARK Investigating the use of stochastic forecast for RTC of urban drainage systems
C
3:15 Andréa G.; Ahyerre M.; Pleau M.; Pérarnaud J.-J.; Komorowski F.; Schoorens J. FRANCE Louis Fargue catchment area in Bordeaux - Real time control of CSO's: implementation and first operational results
C
4:00 Gissy M.; Roux C.; Allouch A.; Le Balier V. FRANCE Optimization of the settings and regulation rules of a set of CSOs on one of the Hauts-de-Seine County’s combined sewer system
C
4:15 Tabuchi J.-P.; Benard L.; Blanchet B.; Esculier F.; Mouchel J.-M.; Poulin M.; Saison O. FRANCE Real-time control of Paris area sanitation system based on Seine river water quality
C
C6B - Flood Risk - Tuesday 4:30-5:30pm
Chaired by Alberto Campisano, University of Catania – Italy
4:30 Carvalho Aguiar I.M.; Gomes A.; Aroeira R.M.; Rocquelain G.; Mazoyer A.; Tocqueville L. FRANCE Alert to urban runoff and flash floods
C
4:45 Åström H.; Friis Hansen P.; Garré L.; Arnbjerg-Nielsen K. DENMARK An influence diagram for urban flood risk assessment through pluvial flood hazards under non-stationary conditions
C
5:00 Morita M. JAPAN Comparative evaluation of the main factors that contribute to flood risk in urban drainage areas
C
5:15 Scheid C.; Schmitt T.G. ; Bischoff G.; Hüffmeyer N.; Krieger K.; Waldhoff A.; Günner C. GERMANY GIS-based methodology for pluvial flood risk analysis in Hamburg
C


- POSTER PRESENTATIONS -

Poster session - Tuesday 10.00-11.00am
No. List of authors Country Title
Theme
P2-01 Campbell N.; D'Arcy B.; Wade R. UK How to realise economic drivers for source control in a housing development: A Scottish case study
A4
P2-02 Kaufmann Alves I. GERMANY Realising sustainable stormwater management in existing systems – evaluation of different implementation options
A4
P2-03 Nafi A.; Bentarzi Y.; Granger D.; Cherqui F. FRANCE Eco-EAR: method for economic analysis of delivered services by urban water system
A4
P2-04 Dadio S.; Shuster W.; Barkasi A.; Losco R. USA Demolition and its role in urban soil development and its impact on stormwater management
A5
P2-05 Gandouin C.; Navarro F.; Vollenweider S. FRANCE Les Bourelles (06): a greatambition for a new district, situated in an exceptional forest
A5
P2-06 Pierrot A. FRANCE Using best management practices in port areas
A5
P2-07 Støvring J.; Dam T. DENMARK Sustainability arises instinctively – Professional landscape architects rethink the suburban street
A5
P2-08 Chauveau J.; De Gouvello B. FRANCE The perspectives of green roofs’ development in France: construction of a market and evolution of practices
B4
P2-09 Nielsen K.; Mikkelsen P.S.; Eriksson E. DENMARK Removal of stormwater particulates by disc filter technology
B5
P2-10 Chélin M.; Meyer D.; Molle P.; Fournel J.; Uhl M.; Welker A.; Schmitt T.G. ; Dittmer U. GERMANY Factors influencingammonium removal in vertical flow constructed wetland for CSO treatment: a statistical approach
B6
P2-11 Duclos N.; Molle P.; Laurent J.; Wanko A.; Mosé R. FRANCE Constructed wetlands to treat micropollutants of urban runoff from three residential watersheds
B6
P2-12 Reeb G.; Dantan E.; Zilberman B. FRANCE Runoff treatment by constructed wetland - First results
B6
P2-13 Boukhelifa M.; Ouerdachi L.; Boutaghane H. ALGERIA Which approach for the assessment of urban stormwater with lack of hydrometrics measurements? Application to urban catchment of wadi M’Kacel
C4
P2-14 Galarza-Molina S.; Torres A. COLOMBIA Simplified method for rainwater harvesting tank sizing using long day-resolution rainfall time series
C4
P2-15 Furumai H.; Kojima K. JAPAN Analysis of urban inundation considering pathway of downpour-rainfall based on radar data
C4
P2-16 Casadio A.; Cipolla S.S.; Maglionico M.; Martinini P. ITALY Numerical modelling of the sewer system of Rimini: CSOs reduction on the Adriatic Sea
C4
P2-17 Renaudet D.; Binet G.; Morillo F.; Save C. FRANCE The use or real-time rainfall forecasts to improve and secure the functioning of sewer systems – example of PREVIL’EAU®
C4
P2-18 Roux C.; Chaumeau F.; Cusenier P. FRANCE Benefits of mutualising local rainfall data utilization for rainwater management projects. The example of rainwater tank conception
C4
P2-19 Singh G.; Chanan A.; Kandasamy J. AUSTRALIA Understanding Complexities in Overland Flood Behaviour in Coastal Urbanised Catchment using 2D Hydraulic Models
C4
P2-20 Berggren K.; Moghadas S.; Gustafsson A.-M.; Ashley R.; Viklander M. SWEDEN Sensitivity of urban stormwater systems to runoff from green/pervious areas in a changing climate
C5
P2-21 Drumond P.; Coelho M.; Moura P. BRAZIL Simulation of using OSD in a sub-basin of Belo Horizonte City – MG, Brazil
C5
P2-22 Licata A.; McLaughlin J.; Stein J.; Mehrotra S.; Leo W.; Jones M. USA Performance of Green Infrastructure Stormwater Controls in New York City
C5
P2-23 Saint-Cast J.; Gires A.; De Gouvello B. FRANCE 5-minute resolution analysis of the impact on sewer networks of rainwater harvesting devices in a housing estate in France
C5
P2-24 Yajima K.; Ideta I.; Chiba Y.; Kariya K. JAPAN Study on Efficient Arrangement of Anti-Inundation Facilities
C5
P2-25 Aparicio E.; Cafiero F. ARGENTINA Risk Management - Floods in the province of Buenos Aires as analysis case
C6b