US-Vietnam Special Session: “Water Quality Monitoring and Modelling”

Water Resources Monitoring and modeling is critical for management and protection of water resources. The new challenges call for improved instruments and methodologies for better monitoring and modeling to support integrated water resources management and analyses of future alternative scenarios under changing conditions. This event is designed to exchange and share the experiment, new technologies and innovative solutions in water resources monitoring and modeling in both public, NGOs and private perspectives.

  • Moderators

Ali Saleh, Email: saleh@tiaer.tarleton.edu – Associate Director & Professor, Texas Institute for Applied Environmental Research, USA

Dale Fenn, Email: Fennd1@state.gov – Environment, Science, Technology and Health (ESTH), U.S. Embassy

  • Date & Venue

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm, March 04th, 2018

White Diamond Room, ALMAZ 1st Floor

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Session Duration
Session plan in detail Order Presentation / Discussion topic Confirmed speakers
1 Welcome Message Representatives of US Embassy, USAID in Vietnam
2 Water res. Monitoring and forecasting in Vietnam Nguyen Thi Ha

NAWAPI, MONRE

3 Nutrient Tracking Tool (NTT) – A user-friendly tool for evaluation of the environmental and economic impacts of the water Ali Saleh

Tarleton State University, Member of The Texas A&M University System, USA

4 Identifying water quality-related problems, understanding their causes, and finding solutions: the necessity of monitoring and modeling. Remegio Confesor

Heidelberg University, USA

5 Development of multichannel measurement technique for water quality monitoring in industrial wastewater treatment and aquaculture Vu Thi Thu Ha

Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam

6 Mapping Surface Water Storage Changes over Lower Mekong Hyongki Lee

Houston University, USA

7 A New Comprehensive Instrumental Method for Ultra Trace Determination of Mercury in Water Samples Hung Tuan DUONG

Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam

8 Panel discussion All speakers
Representatives of US Embassy/USAID in Vietnam;

Ministry of MONRE, Vietnam

Dr. Nguyen Thi Ha

Director of Water Res. Forecasting Center , NAWAPI, MONRE

Prof. Ali Saleh

Tarleton State University, Member of The Texas A&M University System

Remegio Confesor

Senior Research Scientist

National Center for Water Quality Research, Heidelberg University

Vu Thi Thu Ha

Head of Laboratory of Informatics in Chemical Research Institute of Chemistry, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam

Hyongki Lee

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Hung Tuan DUONG

Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam

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