2019 Annual Meeting
Securing sustainable futures
Designing, planning, and making decisions on policies, practices, and infrastructures under deep uncertainty
November 5-7, 2019
Venue: TU Delft Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Jaffalaan 5, 2628 BX Delft, The Netherlands
You can register for the meeting at this link (you will be redirected to
https://www.aanmelder.nl, the event management platform used this year). This year, we are charging a registration fee of €50 for all participants. Participants with financial concerns may be considered for a registration fee waiver through reimbursement procedure.
You can find the meeting’s preliminary schedule here.
Prior to the two-day meeting, there will be a Training Day on 5 November 2019, designed to provide grounding in DMDU concepts and core methods. It is intended for those who wish to conduct DMDU analyses as well as decision makers who may receive the output of such analyses.
Post Conference Workshop
A Post Conference Workshop titled “The governmental challenge of anticipating the future with decisions about end-of-lifetime water infrastructure” will be held on Nov 8th, 8:30 – 13:00. You can find more details about the workshop here.
The hotels located in the city center are within walking distance to the meeting’s venue (TU Delft). Some suggested hotels are:
Hampshire Hotel Delft Centre: https://www.hampshire-hotels.com/hampshire-hotel-delft-centre
Best Western Museum hotel: http://www.museumhotels.nl/nl/
Hotel Leeuwenbrug: www.leeuwenbrug.nl
Hotel de Plataan: http://www.hoteldeplataan.nl
Westcord hotel: http://www.westcordhotels.nl
Theme: Securing Sustainable Futures
Humanity is striving for a better and more sustainable future for all. Initiatives like the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals and the European Union’s focus on societal challenges or disaster-resilient societies exemplify this.
2019 Meeting Committee
Local organizing committee
Jan Kwakkel (Delft University of Technology)
Marjolijn Haasnoot (Deltares, Utrecht University)
Sadie McEvoy (Deltares, Delft University of Technology)
Bramka Jafino (Delft University of Technology)
Vincent Marchau (Radboud University)
Scientific advisory committee
David Groves (RAND Corporation)
Judy Lawrence (Victoria University of Wellington)
Julie Rozenberg (World Bank)
Robert Solly (Defence Science and Technology Laboratory)
Warren Walker (Delft University of Technology)
Pieter Bloemen (Delta Programme, IHE Delft)