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EMS are sponsoring the 15th CCWI conference

28 April 2017

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Bethan Stones

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CCWI 2017

EMS are delighted to be sponsoring the 15th International CCWI (Computing and Control for the Water Industry) Conference, which will be hosted by The University of Sheffield. The three day conference will be held between the 5th and 7th of September in the iconic, state of the art Diamond building at the university.

The CCWI conference is returning to Sheffield after 8 years and will bring together leading academia and industry experts to focus on water systems, modelling and control. EMS are sponsoring the drinks reception of the conference, which will be held on the 5th of September at Kelham Island Museum.  

There are more sponsorship opportunities available and the information for this can be found here.

The conference is the 15th in the biennial series organised by universities of Brunel, De Montfort, Exeter, Imperial College and Sheffield. It will take place over three days and will cover a range of themes based around ‘Intelligent Water Systems’.  The primary aim of the conference is to facilitate the continued cooperation between academia and industry, examine current computing and control techniques that are applicable for the water industry and to enable intelligent discussion about this area.

There will be a variety of presentations and discussions around the recent advances in research and industry – along with short courses, group meeting and exhibitions.

More information on the conference can be found here.

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