Project Workshop at Peterborough 23-27 June 2019

Date: June 28, 2019


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Video Presentations

NO.Title of the topicsPresenterLINK to Presentation
Climate modellingAndrew/ClareVIDEO
Glacier modellingAnilVIDEO
Catchment hydrological modellingIan/Andrea/SanjayVIDEO
Reservoir operation and managementBayo/DauVIDEO
Agricultural water demandChandra/VijayVIDEO
Whole system modellingAndreaVIDEO
Scenario TestingDauVIDEO
Visiting Cranfiled LabVIDEO

SWR Modelling and Scenario Development Workshop

Start date: September 18, 2018

End date: September 20, 2018

Location: Hyderabad, India

Hyderabad, India(18-20 September, 2018)

The first SWR cross-programme workshop, on Modelling and Scenario Development, will be held in Hyderabad in September 2018. Researchers will meet to achieve a common understanding of the different objectives of the three SWR projects, and the different modelling approaches and scenarios being used, as well as explore opportunities for integrated modelling across the projects.

For more information email the event organiser Helen Houghton-Carr at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology.

CountryNo.Name Affiliation
UK1Adebayo J. AdeloyeHeriot-Watt University
UK2Lindsay BeeversHeriot-Watt University
UK3Dau V. QuanHeriot-Watt University
UK4Ian HolmanCranfield University
UK5Andrea MomblanchCranfield University
UK6Andrew OrrBritish Antarctic Survey
India7CSP OjhaIIT – Roorkee
India8Shishant GuptaIIT – Roorkee
India9Soumya S. BeheraIIT – Roorkee
India10Vijay ShankarNIT – Hamirpur
India11Sanjay JainNIH – Roorkee
India12Rupal BudhbhattiIIS – Bangalore

Inception Workshop and Stakeholder Meeting

Start date: October 19, 2016

End date: October 21, 2016

Location: Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Roorkee

The aim of the workshop is to bring together SusHi-Wat UK and Indian collaborators to deliberate on the planned scientific and other activities for delivering a whole system model for the sustainable management of water resources in the Beas-Sultlej Basin.


Catchment hydrology and system modellingDr Ian Holman
Ecosystem servicesDr Lindsay Beevers
Development of multi-objective reservoir operation policiesProf. Adebayo Adeloye
High-resolution regional atmospheric modelling of the Sutlej-Beas riverDr Andrew Orr
Management of groundwater resources through simulation-optimization approachDr Shishir Gaur
Remote sensing applicationsDr Toby Waine
Change in glacier extent due to climate changeProf. Anil Kulkarni
Agricultural water demand and schedulingProf. C.S.P. Ojha