Guide for Presenters

    • Oral and Flash presentations:
        • Oral presentation is only 10-12 minutes long, question and answer 3-5 minutes. We suggest using up to 10-12 slides for oral presentation, but this is not strictly required.
        • Flash oral presentation is only 4 minutes long. Due to the short presentation time, please focus on the “big picture” and key messages from your work. 3-minutes question and answer at the end of the three flash oral presentations in each session. We suggest using up to 3-6 slides for flash oral presentation. This is strictly required. Please do not overload slides with information.
        • Other recommendations about the template is that Text should be written in Arial font, size 20 pt. or greater. Size ratio of each slide is recommended as 16:9. Please use the official PowerPoint template that you can download here
    • Poster presentations:
        • Posters will be stored in the poster exhibition room of the conference platform, and also may be posted in a special networking room. You should be available to present your poster live at the designated time (see at the program).
        • The standard size for the poster is 84,6 x 127 cm. Please follow the poster template provided here.

Important dates

    • First Call for Abstracts: March, 2022
    • Second Call for Abstracts: April, 2022
    • Third Call for Abstracts: May, 2022
    • Abstract Submission Deadline: June 15 (Extended to July 15, 2022)
    • Notification of Abstract Acceptance: August 15 (August 30, 2022)
    • Early Bird Registration Deadline: October 07, 2022
    • Full Paper Submission Deadline (Optional): October 30, 2022

Full Paper (Optional Submission)

Abstract (Required for all presenters)

Proceeding (Option for all presenters)

    • Please prepare your full paper and direct send to e-mail: 

Journal lists

Water Science and Technology


Water Science and Technology:
Water Supply
Water Practice and Technology

Call for Papers

Water Science and Technology publishes peer-reviewed papers on all aspects of the science and technology of wastewater treatment and water quality management worldwide. This encompasses five broad areas:

  • Wastewater treatment and transportation processes for stormwater and domestic, industrial and municipal effluents
  • Sources of pollution including hazardous wastes and source control
  • Effects and impacts of pollution on rivers, lakes, groundwater and marine waters
  • Water reuse and aquatic environmental restoration
  • Policy, strategy, control and management aspects of water quality

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Impact Factor: 1.624

Call for Papers

We are beginning a new chapter of the journal’s life and with that comes the need to reaffirm our aims for this journal. Water Supply is an international peer-reviewed journal that focuses on all aspects of Water Supply, this allows us to focus not only on new scientific advances in this large subject area, but also gives us the opportunity to work on the technological aspects. This means that our readership is widespread throughout universities and within industry.

For prospective authors, we offer expertise through our global editorial board and reviewer pool and strive to make sure that your experience with us is hassle free. We are looking to build our community and hope that you will want to be part of that.

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Impact Factor: 0.922

Call for papers

Water Practice and Technology, presents papers on all practical aspects of water and wastewater treatment and management throughout the water cycle.

Papers are primarily aimed at practitioners, but will also be of interest to scientists, managers and those active in training and professional development. Subjects covered include solutions to practical problems in the design, operation or management of water supply, wastewater treatment, drainage and flood protection, and environmental management, including social, economic and public participation aspects of water. This includes informative case studies, practical "know-how" reports, full-scale applications of new technologies, "best practice" and applied management concepts, including lessons learnt from unsuccessful experiences.

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Included in the Emerging Sources Citation Index