Princeton hosts international conference on modeling and securing Earth’s groundwater

June 3, 2024

Leaders in groundwater research and management are convening at Princeton University next week for the world’s largest water modeling conference. Experts from academia and industry, students and policymakers will share strategies for understanding and securing the global supply of groundwater, which represents about 98% of the planet’s supply of liquid fresh water.

Hosted by Princeton’s Integrated GroundWater Modeling Center (IGWMC) and slated for June 2-5, the MODFLOW and More conference will bring nearly 250 attendees to campus for keynote talks, short courses, a poster session and a panel discussion focused on the themes of “AI, Global Change, and the Future of Groundwater Modeling.” This is the 12th rendition of the conference and the second time it’s been held at Princeton.

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