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Applied and computational mathematics

Stream leader: Barry Croke

  • A2. Computational fluid dynamics and its applications in fluid-structure interactions

B. Biological systems

Stream Leaders: Malcolm McPhee and Val Snow

  • B1. Pasture and native vegetation
    • Session Organisers: Jo Owens, Neville Herrmann and Jinyan Yang   Session description
    • Preliminary results of parameterisation of DairyMod pasture model for tropical pasture; Brachiaria
      Jayasinghe, J.M.P., Donaghy, D.J., Pembleton, K.G., Barber, D.G. and Ramilan, T.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.B1.jayasinghe
    • Disentangling the effects of management and climate on perennial grass pastures and the degradation that follows multi-year droughts
      Owens, J., McKeon, G., O’Reagain, P., Carter, J., Fraser, G., Nelson, B. and Scanlan, J.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.B1.owens
  • B6. The measurement and modelling of current and future soil carbon stocks
    • Session Organisers: Bin Wang, De Li Liu, Cathy Waters and Susan Orgill   Session description
    • Invited Paper: A nationally scalable approach to simulating soil organic carbon in agricultural landscapes
      Coelli, K.M., Karunaratne, S.B., Baldock, J.A., Ugbaje, S., Buzacott, A.J.V., Filippi, P., Cattle, S. and Bishop, T.F.A.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.B6.coelli
  • B7. Building spatially-explicit simulation models of biological systems: challenges and success stories when it comes to data integration
  • B8. Bioeconomic modelling of agricultural systems
    • Session Organisers: Thiagarajah Ramilan and Frank Scrimgeour   Session description
    • Changing crop management improves farm level productivity and profitability for smallholder farmers in northern India
      Beletse, Y.G., Laing, A.M., Prestwidge, D.B., Gathala, M.K., Subash, N. and Liedloff, A.C.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.B8.beletse
    • Building responsive bio-economic models to replicate complex farm management decisions for mixed irrigation farming systems in southern NSW
      Broadfoot, K., Cashen, M., Behrendt, K., Clark, A.J. and Graham, P.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.B8.broadfoot

C. Computer science and engineering

Stream Leaders: Min Chen and Dan Ames

  • C4. Advanced modelling and simulation technologies
    • Session Organisers: Tomasz Bednarz, Haifeng Shen and Dan Ames   Session description
    • Towards a provenance-enabled, reproducible, and extensible machine learning platform by integrating databases, web services, containers, and code repositories in a loosely coupled manner
      Singh, R.M., Wilson, P., Gregory, L., Seaton, S. and Malone, B.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.C4.singh

E. Energy, integrated infrastructure and urban planning

Stream Leaders: John Boland and Pascal Perez


F. Environment and ecology

Stream Leaders: Stefan Reis and Shawn Laffan


G. Global change and natural hazards

Stream Leaders: Jason Evans and Christoph Rudiger

  • G4. Risk of natural hazard in a changing climate: modelling, prediction and projection
  • G5. Flood and tsunami modelling: Techniques and applications

H. Health and biosecurity

Stream Leaders: Louise Freebairn and Irene Hudson

  • H1. COVID-19 simulation modelling – responding to a global crisis
    • Session Organisers: Cindy Peng, Danielle Currie, Sheryl Chang, Mark Mackay and Irene Hudson   Session description
    • Model-based machine learning to explore the nexus between COVID-19 and environmental factors in the United States
      Munir, T., Hudson, I.L., Cheema, S.A., Muhammad, R., Shafqat, M. and Kifayat, T.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.H1.munir
  • H2. Data science and simulation modelling methods for health and mental health applications
    • Session Organisers: Louise Freebairn, Jo-An Occhipinti , Ante Prodan , Jong Bae Baek, Sejong Bae and Karan P Singh   Session description
    • The role of embodied cognition in linguistic mental health analysis
      Kernot, D., Van Hooff, M., Lawrence-Wood, E., Glenny, L., Snowden, C., Green, K. and Son, C.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.H2.kernot
    • Prototyping, developing, and iterating a gamified survey to evaluate participatory systems modelling for youth mental health: Quality assurance pilot
      Lee, G.Y., Hickie, I.B., Occhipinti, J., Song, Y.J.C., Huntley, S., Skinner, A., Lawson, K., Hockey, S.J. and Freebairn, L.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.H2.lee

I. Participatory decision making and modelling social systems

Stream Leaders: Oz Sahin and Kate O'Brien


J. Water resources

Stream Leaders: Jai Vaze and Tim Peterson

  • J1. Ecohydrological modelling
  • J3. From whole of catchment to suburban lots – using eWater tools to inform water management decisions across all scales
  • J4. Hydrological/Water balance modelling for water services: impact and value
  • J5. Advances and applications in decision making in the face of multiple plausible futures
    • Session Organisers: Joseph Guillaume, Avril Horne and Holger Maier   Session description
    • Water security analysis of the Middle River supply system: a foreSIGHT application
      Culley, S., Westra, S., Bennett, B., Maier, H.R., Newman, J., Van Der Linden, L. and Irvine, M.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.J5.culley
    • Uncertainty, sensitivity and scenario analysis: how do they fit together?
      Maier, H.R., Guillaume, J.H.A., McPhail, C., Westra, S., Kwakkel, J.H., Razavi, S., van Delden, H., Thyer, M.A., Culley, S.A. and Jakeman, A.J.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.J5.maier
  • J7. Challenges, new concepts and new methods for water resources management
  • J8. Modelling hydrological variability and change across spatio-temporal scales
    • Session Organisers: Sina Khatami , Kiernan Fowler, Margarita Saft and Murray Peel   Session description
    • Invited Paper: Modelling hydrological change due to wildfires
      Partington, D., Thyer, M., Shanafield, M., McInerney, D., Westra, S., Maier, H.R., Simmons, C.T., Croke, B.F.W., Jakeman, A.J., Gupta, H.V. and Kavetski, D.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.J8.partington
    • “Naïve” inclusion of diverse climates in calibration is not sufficient to improve model reliability under future climate uncertainty
      Trotter, L., Saft, M., Peel, M.C. and Fowler, K.J.A.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.J8.trotter
  • J10. High-resolution Earth observations in land surface modelling
  • J13. River system modelling for water resources management: Advances and challenges

K. Hydroclimate

Stream Leaders: Yongqiang Zhang and Conrad Wasko

  • K5. The future of hydrometeorological forecasting: uncertainty, advances and applications
    • Session Organisers: James Bennett, Céline Cattoën-Gilbert , Julien Lerat, Tse Ling (Seline) Ng and Andrew Schepen    Session description
    • A comparative study on 10 and 30-year simulation of CMIP5 decadal hindcast precipitation at catchment level
      Hossain, M.M., Garg, N., Anwar, A.H.M.F., Prakash, M. and Bari, M.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.K5.hossain
    • Invited Paper: Improving sub-seasonal streamflow forecasts across flow regimes
      McInerney, D., Thyer, M., Kavetski, D., Laugesen, R., Woldemeskel, F., Tuteja, N. and Kuczera, G.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.K5.mcinerney
    • Advances in subseasonal streamflow forecasting: An overview
      Thyer, M., McInerney, D., Kavetski, D., Laugesen, R., Woldemeskel, F., Tuteja, N. and Kuczera, G.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.K5.thyer
    • Estimation of road closure risks along the Bruce highway using the AWRA-L water balance model
      Vogel, E., Lerat, J., Gericke, L.A., Russell, C.A., Preece, A., Stuart, G., Pipunic, R., Khan, Z. and Donnelly, C.
      https://doi.org/10.36334/modsim.2021.K5.vogel
  • K6. Remote sensing for hydroclimate applications
  • K7. Challenges and advances in continental-scale hydrological forecasting systems
  • K11. Long term changes in the hydrological cycle under a variable and changing climate

L. Water quality

Stream Leaders: Andrew Western, Danlu Guo and Anna Lintern

  • L3. Water quality and ecological interactions in lakes, estuaries and coastal seas

M. ASOR – DORS

Stream Leaders: David Marlow and Hasan Turan

  • M4. System dynamics applications in OR to support decision making under uncertainty