FRIAR 2020

7th International Conference on Flood and Urban Water Management 2020

Valencia, Spain
28 - 30 September 2020
22 days since the conference ended

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline
28th May 2020

About FRIAR 2020

*Status Update* Please note that following the recent events on the Coronavirus pandemic and with the main objective to preserve the well being of our delegates, WIT has decided to postpone the FRIAR 2020 conference until after the summer break. The conference was due to be held 11-13 May 2020 in Valencia, Spain and will now be held 28-30 September 2020 in Valencia, Spain. *** The meeting is aimed to attract researchers, academics and practitioners actively involved in improving our understanding of urban water systems and flood events. FRIAR 2020 will generate an improved understanding of emerging flood risk management.


Flood risk adaptation, Flood protection, Flood mitigation

Call for Papers

The following list covers some of the topics to be presented at the conference. Papers on other subjects related to the objectives of the meeting are also welcome.


  • Flood risk management
  • Flood warning and forecasting
  • Flood response and recovery
  • Flood protection
  • Flood modelling
  • Flood mitigation
  • Flood vulnerability
  • Climate change impact
  • Flood damage assessment
  • Socio and economic impact
  • Community Engagement
  • Emergency planning
  • Blue-green infrastructure
  • Resilient approaches
  • Flood case studies
  • Catchment based approaches
  • Natural flood management
  • Remote sensing in flood applications

Urban Water Systems

  • Water supply networks
  • Leakage and losses
  • Modelling and experimentation
  • Safety and security of water systems
  • Water Quality
  • Water savings and reuse
  • Waste water treatment and reuse
  • Urban drainage systems
  • Storm water management
  • Watershed management
  • Structural works and infrastructure
  • Maintenance and repairs
  • Sustainable urban drainage systems (SuDs)
  • Greywater
  • Rainwater harvesting
  • Water and sewage systems in urban areas
  • Water retention

Case Studies

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