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Brunel China Research Seminar Series

This seminar series is part of the efforts to promote and make Brunel research work across China 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 Professor Trevor Hoey, Vice Provost (International & Academic Partnerships), Director, Centre for Flood Risk and Resilience Programme Uncertainty Quantification and Partition for Hydrological Risk Inference Dr by Yurui Fan, Lecturer in Flood & Coastal Engineering Assessing the risks of earthquake-induced landslides in Southwest China by Dr Tao Zhao, Lecturer in Civic & Environmental Engineering Trade-offs between SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) and Flood Risk Management in the Launhe River Basin by Professor Trevor Hoey, Vice Provost (International & Academic Partnerships)


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