The conference is organized in invited plenary talks and talks or posters in parallel sessions.

The following paper categories are welcome:

  • Reactive transport modelling – Scott Painter (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) and Marco Dentz (Spanish National Research Council)
  • Data-centric simulations and modelling – Hari Viswanathan (Los Alamos National Laboratory) and Jonghyun Harry Lee (University of Hawaii)
  • Computational methods of surface hydrology and ecohydrology – Amilcare Porporato (Princeton University)
  • Multiphysics simulations – Nicola Castelleto (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
  • Computational methods for multiphase flows in porous media – Avinoam Rabinovich (Tel Aviv University) and Hamd Tchelepi (Stanford University)
  • Multiscale simulations and modeling – Haruko Wainwright (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
  • Computational models of fractured systems – Alexandre Lapine (TOTAL)
  • Software and high-performance computing – Joshua White and Carol Woodward (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
  • Decision support for water resource management – Kate Maher and Rosemary Knight (Stanford University)

You can submit your abstract electronically.

You will be asked to choose a broad theme for which you are submitting your abstract.

you should follow the instructions (see below) and use the LaTex or MS Word template provided.
The abstract should contain at most 2 pages and the file should be in Portable Document Format (PDF).
We will not accept any other format.

Then, you will be asked to create an account or to log in with your account:

Once you are logged in, you can submit an abstract, by following the instructions and using the templates:

The  submission instructions ask to provide:

* a list of authors, with one corresponding author, and one speaker (it can be the same author),

* a title,

* a short abstract of maximum 80 words,

* a list of keywords (one per line, at least 3),

* a choice of session (one and only one),

* a choice of category (preference between poster or oral presentation).
Notice presentations may be changed to posters if there are no remaining slots.

Then you will upload your regular abstract of maximum 2 pages (20 Mo), prepared with either Word or LaTeX template. The file must be in pdf format.

You will be able to view your submission and to edit it until the deadline.

The date for notification of abstract acceptance is Friday, January 31, 2020.

Please note that the speaker author must register and pay the registration fee.
Otherwise, the contribution will not be included in the final program of the conference.

All the accepted abstracts will be available online when the program is published.
In addition, they will be permanently archived on the conference web site.