MW2C@UKM Training Workshop on Disaster Resilient Cities
26 March 2018 11:10

Workshop: 

Malaysia Window to Cambridge at UKM (MW2C@UKM)Training Workshop on Disaster Resilient Cities: Advances in Meteorological Forecasting and Hazards Assessment

Time and Date:
28-29 June 2018
Location and Venue:
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Organizers:
SEADPRI-UKM, University of Cambridge, ANCST

The Malaysia Window to Cambridge at Univerisiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (MW2C@UKM) is convening a Training Workshop on Disaster Resilient Cities: Advances in Meteorological Forecasting and Hazards Assessment on 28-29 June 2018 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The two-day training is designed to build the capacity of scientists from Malaysia and the region on forecasting extreme weather events and hazards assessment. A key feature will be on development of case studies on disaster risk reduction from the region. Applications are invited on a competitive basis for full sponsorship to attend the training in Malaysia.
Candidates below 30 years old from a Commonwealth country in Asia or an ASEAN Member State; having academic qualification in physical and earth sciences at the bachelors level; with excellent proficiency in both spoken and written English; working with a meteorological, hydrological or geoscience-related institution OR currently undertaking research at the doctoral or post-doctoral level are encouraged to apply. Applicants are required to develop and submit case studies on topics relevant to extreme weather events and hazards assessment.

For more information:

http://ancst.org/mw2cukm-training-workshop-on-disaster-resilient-cities-calls-for-apllication/

http://www.ukm.my/seadpri/?p=1423

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