19 November 2020
Virtual meeting 9:30-11:30 CEST
On 19 November 2020, IIASA researchers from the Energy and Advanced Systems Analysis programs, will exchange experiences and expertise on their energy and climate change research, modeling activities and research interests with a group of their peers from the the Royal Scientific Society (RRS) of Jordan.
IIASA Director General Albert van Jaarsveld, RSS Jordan Vice President for Technology Nabeel Al-Fayoumi and researchers from both organizations will come together with aim of sparking ideas to strengthen the links between the two research communities and identify opportunities for synergistic collaborations.
Discussions, moderated by Iain Stewart, , will be focused on finding common ground for energy and climate modeling research with the intention that future collaborative work between IIASA and the RSS Jordan will be of benefit nationally, regionally, and globally.
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