The Modelling Group is involved in various events, such as regional meetings and conferences throughout the year.
The Modelling Group holds a number of regional events throughout the country each year. View the Water New Zealand events page to find the latest Modelling event in your region.
Past presentations from the regional meetings can be found here.
If you have any feedback or suggestions for regional meetings, please contact the Modelling Group Liaison.
The Modelling Symposium is held each year in March. Visit the Events Calendar to see when the next Symposium is scheduled for.
The most recent symposium was held in Wellington 2019. A copy of the programme is available here and copies of the presentations are available below:
DAY ONE - WEDNESDAY 13 MARCH 2019
The Future of Modelling - WSP-Opus
Estimation of Peak Discharges in Flood or Tsunami Waves - Alastair Barnett
Growing Pains - The Western Water Story - Dan Stevens and Heath Miles
From data to model, taking it all for the NPS-UDC - Cedric Papion
Flood Modelling of the Waiohine River, Wairarapa - Matthew Gardner
Watercare Strategic Transformation Programme and Modelling - Mike Dunstone and Brendon Harkness
DAY TWO - THURSDAY 14 MARCH 2019
Developing the Wellington Interceptor Story Map - Hywel Lewis and Danny Curtis
Good relationship between operations and hydraulic modellers - Zoran Pilipovic and Mike Dunstone
RM Clayton Water Reclamation Centre - Tom Scott
Optimising the Heathcote Catchment Storage - Antoinette Tan
HIRDS v4 - What is the impact on models and designs - Rene van Lierop
Projecting Growth for Modelling - Mark Baker
Advancements in optical bathymetry techniques - Wang Me (available on request - firstname.lastname@example.org)