Browse the contents of 10th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software - Brussels, Belgium - June 2020:

F4: Modelling transport-related air pollution, from citizens science to dispersion models
F3: Large-scale impact modelling including the Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project (ISIMIP)
F2: Integrated methods and tools for coastal and fluvial flood risk management
F1: Using Models to Simulate Impact of Nutrients, Acidification, Sediment transport and Toxicants in Coastal Environments
F0: General presentations on environmental impact of climate change, environmental pollution and other anthropogenic effects
E4: Modelling of Drinking Water Treatments to deal with global change
E3: Integrated assessments of policy pathways towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals SDGs
E2: Towards a new generation of spatio-temporal land-system models
E1: Holistic Water-Food-Energy-Environment Nexus for Guiding Resource Management Strategy at large scale under Global Change
E0: General presentations on modelling for the sustainable development goals under global change
D7: Complexity, Sensitivity, and Uncertainty Issues in Integrated Environmental Models
D6: Sensitivity analysis for improved model diagnosis, parameter identification, and prediction
D5: Advances in scenario discovery and robust decision-making frameworks for designing dynamically robust policy pathways
D4: Including uncertainty within optimisation solution methods used for optimal targeting of best management practices and environmental policy
D3: Quantifying uncertainty in environmental systems a Bayesian point of view
D2: Best Practice in Agent-Based Model Parameterization and Validation
D1: Beyond Conventional Uncertainty Analysis-New Frameworks, Methods, and Tools for Uncertainty Assessment in Complex Socio-Environmental Models
D0: General presentations on system identification and uncertainty in environmental computing
C9: Integrated systems for dynamic multi-scale environmental and earth system modeling
C8: Model-Coupling Frameworks-Advances in Design, Application Solutions, and Future Opportunities for Environmental Modeling
C7: Large-scale behaviour modelling approaches
C6: New and Improved Methods in Agricultural Systems Modelling
C5: Digital Agriculture
C4: Distributed Computing in Smart Farming and Agro-Informatics
C3: Hybrid methods of process simulation and machine learning for advancing understanding and estimation in complex environmental systems
C2: Integrated models for energy and climate policy
C12: Environmental fluid mechanics - Theoretical, modeling and experimental approaches
C11: Toward Rapid and Real-Time Groundwater Flow Model Assessments
C10: Flexible and open modelling developments for hydro-social processes at catchment scale
C1: Methods for integrated modelling of spatial-environmental planning issues
C0: General presentations on computational methods, workflows, and integrated systems in environmental modelling
B5: Innovative IoT systems and IoT data processing techniques for Environmental monitoring
B4: Modelling and Managing Urban Water and Energy Resources in the Era of Big Data
B3: Session on Data Mining as a Tool for Environmental Scientists 7th edition (S-DMTES-2020)
B2: Hybrid approaches and predictive intelligence for sustainable environmental decision making
B1: Integrating Big Data, Machine Learning and Computational Modeling-Smart Cyber-Physical Systems
B0: General presentations on processing and visualizing environmental information from big data, data mining, GIS, and remote sensing
A7: Modelling data from Citizen Science based Environmental Campaigns
A6: Decision Making Under Uncertainty in Complex Human-Natural Systems in Policy and Practice
A5: Modelling for Policy Support in the European Union
A4: Interactive tools and visualization to support environmental decision-making
A3: Bringing local and expert knowledge together â€â€oe combining qualitative and quantitative tools to support participatory modelling
A2: Participatory Modelling-How to overcome challenges in practice
A1: Towards Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Collaboration in Environmental Modelling-Innovative Practices to Address Wicked Problems
A0: General presentations on decision making & public participation in environmental modelling