The British Council Researcher Links programme provides opportunities for UK and international early career researchers to interact, learn from each other and explore opportunities for building long-lasting research collaborations.
Under this programme, the British Council and FAPESC will be holding a workshop on the above theme. The 4 day event will be held at Empresa de Pesquisa Agropecuária e Extensão Rural de Santa Catarina (Epagri), Brazil, from 4th to 7th February 2019.
The British Council is now inviting applications from Early Career Researchers from the UK or Brazil to attend this workshop.
The event is being coordinated by Dr Luis Hamilton Pospissil Garbossa (Epagri, Brazil), an expert in hydraulics and sanitary engineering, and Dr Paulette Posen (Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas-UK), whose expertise is in spatial risk modeling.
Sessions will include contributions from other leading researchers from both countries, with combined expertise in the fields of epidemiology, water quality, hydrology, hydrodynamics and mathematical modeling, thus providing a unique opportunity for knowledge exchange and networking across disciplines.
The use of modeling techniques to study the fate of faecal pollution in bathing and shellfish harvesting areas will be examined, from simple regression-based models to more complex hydrological and hydrodynamic process-based models. Sharing of expertise will be encouraged between UK and Brazilian delegates working in public health protection and the development of sustainable aquaculture.
Early career participants from relevant fields will benefit from the opportunity to gain new modeling skills and network with professionals working in the areas of water and sanitation.
All costs relating to workshop participation, including travel, accommodation and meals, will be covered by the Newton Fund Researcher Links programme.
- Early career participants from relevant fields will benefit from the opportunity to gain new modeling skills and network with professionals working in the areas of water and sanitation.
- All costs relating to workshop participation, will be covered by the Newton Fund Researcher Links programme, including:
- Experience and relevance of the applicant’s research area to the workshop
- Motivation and contribution to the aims of the workshop
- Description of the long-term impact expected through the participation in the workshop
- Ability to disseminate workshop’s outcomes
Eligible Regions: Open for all