There is a limited amount of water in the world and thus it needs to be distributed adequately. Trying to make this more efficient (and fair?), everything is nowadays measured and monitored. From the Fountaineers of Versailles and their ingenious creations up until the Radiosondes miniature weather stations and the Closed-loop Systems processing water on space for NASA, the world is under (water) control.
Experts: Loreta Castro Reguera, Inge De Craen, Margarita Flores, Natalia Gálvez , Michael Hirschbichler, Chris Romanos, Heidi Sohn, Andrés Souto and Elena Tudela
Director of Studies: Salomon Frausto
Ana Herreros Cantis (ES), Jin Young Chang (KR), Maria Christopoulou (GR), Matthew Cook (UK), Maria Finagina (RU), Georgia Katsi (GR), Jacklyn Mickey (US), Ryan Ridge Rahardja (ID), Nishi Shah (IN), Michael Tjia (NL) and Heng Yu (TW)
A pdf introduction and schedule can be downloaded here.