Due Date: November 30, 2018
Application are open British Council Newton Fund Scientist Hyperlinks Workshop 2019 on Modelling tools to evaluate microbiological threats in bathing waters and shellfish harvesting locations. The British Council Scientist Hyperlinks program offers chances for UK and global early profession scientists to engage, gain from each other and check out chances for constructing lasting research study partnerships.
Under this program, the British Council and FAPESC will be holding a workshop on the above style. The 4 day occasion will be held at Empresa de Pesquisa Agropecuária e Extensão Rural de Santa Catarina (Epagri), Brazil, from fourth to 7th February2019 They are now welcoming applications from Early Profession Scientist from the UK or Brazil to attend this workshop.
The occasion is being collaborated by Dr Luis Hamilton Pospissil Garbossa (Epagri, Brazil), a professional in hydraulics and hygienic engineering, and Dr Paulette Posen (Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas-UK), whose proficiency remains in spatial threat modelling.
Sessions will consist of contributions from other leading scientists from both nations, with combined proficiency in the fields of public health, water quality, hydrology, hydrodynamics and mathematical modelling, therefore supplying a special chance for understanding exchange and networking throughout disciplines.
Using modelling strategies to study the fate of faecal contamination in bathing and shellfish harvesting locations will be taken a look at, from easy regression-based designs to more intricate hydrological and hydrodynamic process-based designs. Sharing of proficiency will be motivated in between UK and Brazilian delegates operating in public health defense and the advancement of sustainable aquaculture.
Early profession individuals from appropriate fields will take advantage of the chance to get brand-new modelling abilities and network with experts operating in the locations of water and sanitation.
Discipline: Aquaculture, public health, hydrodynamics, mathematical modelling, water quality
Dates: 4-7 February 2019
Location: Santa Catarina, Brazil
All expenses connecting to workshop involvement, consisting of travel, lodging and meals, will be covered by the Newton Fund Scientist Hyperlinks program.
Applications should be sent utilizing the Scientist Hyperlinks application (see listed below)
- Individuals should be Early Profession Scientist:.
- Early Profession Scientist are specified as holding a PhD (or having comparable research study experience) and having up to 10 years post-PhD research study experience.
- They are comparable to the ‘Acknowledged Scientist’ and often ‘Experienced Scientist’ classifications in the EU structure for scientists’ professions.
- Individuals should have a research study or scholastic position (a long-term post, research study agreement, or fellowship and so on) at an identified research study organization either in the UK or in Brazil
- Please keep in mind that individuals are anticipated to participate in all sessions of the workshop
Experience and importance of the candidate’s research study location to the workshop • Inspiration and contribution to the objectives of the workshop • Description of the long term effect anticipated through the involvement in the workshop • Capability to distribute workshop’s results
To learn more, see British Council