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Seminar: Brunel Latin America & Caribbean Research Seminar Series

A vibrant new seminar series unveiling research being undertaken at Brunel University London addressing challenges across Latin America and the Caribbean.

Brunel University London hosts a vibrant multidisciplinary research community that develops and executes innovative research work across Latin America and the Caribbean. The impact of Brunel’s research work is growing and becoming critically important for stimulating policymaking and addressing complex development challenges in both regions.

This seminar series is part of the efforts to promote and make Brunel research work on Latin American and the Caribbean visible. It provides a platform to celebrate the diversity and excellence of Brunel research and share knowledge, ideas, and solutions on varied related issues. The event also provides an opportunity to foster new partnerships and formulate new research projects.

Chaired by Dr Ximena Schmidt, Global Challenges Research Fellow

Importing Meat to EU / UK: Logistics and the Brexit

Dr Behzad Hezarkhani, Senior Lecturer in Operations Management

DISRUPTIVE CONSUMPTION: How consumers challenge mainstream markets through make-shifting

Dr Marcia Christina Ferreirs, Senior Lecturer in Marketing and Operations

Climate change and agro-chemical exposures in the Caribbean – health impacts on the most vulnerable in agricultural communities

Dr Sibylle Ermler, Research Fellow in Human Toxicology (CHMLS)

Innovative Heat Pipe based Yerba Maté Tea Drying Process

Professor Hussam Jouhara, FIMechE, FIEI, FCIBSE, SFHEA


Please join us - there will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.