The XXI International Conference Computational Methods in Water Resources, CMWR 2016, will take place at the University of Toronto, Canada, from 20th – 24th June 2016.

Latest news

Information for presenters has been updated.

Registration can be done here.

If you would like to bring your spouse or an accompanying person to the conference dinner, please follow the link for Guest Dinner Registration.

The online Conference Program is available, you can download the pdf version of the program, and the complete conference booklet with abstracts.

New information has been added to the page Venue.

On-site registration will be available.

Short Course

Dr. Christine Shoemaker will offer a Short course on Tuesday, June 21, 6 – 8 pm in room MSB 2173. Her workshop will be on “Python & Matlab Software for Surrogate Global Optimization Toolbox in Water Resources”. Please email us if you are interested in attending. Notes: Please bring your own laptop, and Dr. Shoemaker will send you any necessary information for the workshop via email.

How to get to Downtown Toronto

There are a few options on how to get to Downtown Toronto from Pearson International Airport:

  1. Union-Pearson Express (UP) – takes you to Union Station where you can continue via cab or subway (UP to Conference Venue)
  2. TTC to Conference Venue – take the bus from Terminals 1 and 3 to Kipling Subway Station, then take the subway to St.George Station (or whichever station that is closest to your hotel)
  3. Taxi service – several companies are available at the airport
  4. Limo service – if you are not alone, it may cost less than a taxi ride downtown

We look forward to seeing you in Toronto!