The Midwest Big Data Innovation Hub leads a conversation on climate resilience for water infrastructure. A curated panel discussion with subject matter experts will be followed by Q&A.
1. What climate resilience means in the context of community water systems
2. How data and analytics can be used to support decision making around climate resilience
3. What new trends and technologies are emerging to address climate resilience for water systems
Executive Director | Midwest Big Data Innovation Hub
Professor of Chemical and Environmental Engineering | University of Cincinnati
Assistant Commissioner | Bureau of Environmental Planning & Analysis, NYC Environmental Protection
Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water | U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
The Water Data Forum is a series of interactive web sessions that engage cross-sector experts in an exploration of utility, industry, and research approaches to collecting, managing, and measuring water data for impact. Topics in this free, virtual forum will range from new sensor and control technologies to broader application spaces such as water data for environmental justice and climate resilience.