Director of IIES visits Low Carbon College opening in Shanghai. The college will offer two master degrees to be completed in two and a half years, one year in Edinburgh and the other remaining one and half years in Shanghai.
A visit at the 4th Annual IIES Science and Policy Workshop in Edinburgh – lots of science and a “wee bit” whiskey In this post, Verena Sesin shares her experiences at the 4th Annual IIES Science and Policy Workshop in Edinburgh from 1-3 July 2018, co-hosted by University of Edinburgh and the International Institute for…read more
July 1-3, 2018 University of Edinburgh hosts the 4th Annual IIES Science and Policy Workshop.
IIES would like to express our utmost congratulations to Dr. Fengchang Wu on the great honour of being elected Academician.
IIES supports new cooperation between post-doctoral fellows and partner universities. Participating univeristies include: Nanjing Univeristy, Chinese Academy of Sciences, University of Eastern Finland, Johns Hopkins University, Trent University and University of Wisconsin-Madison.
November 5-7, 2017 marked the first IIES Graduate Students Forum on Environmental Remediation, held at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). The forum was co-hosted by HKUST and Nanjing University and support was given from the IIES.
On November 6, 2017, IIES Director Douglas Evans travelled to Taipei to sign formal membership agreement with the National University of Taiwan
Dr. Douglas Evans (centre), Director of the IIES, shakes hands with Fengchang Wu (left) Director of the State Key Laboratory of Environmental Risk Assessment (SKLECRA), marking SKLECRA as the newest member to the Institute. Also present was Prof. Huan Zhong of Nanjing University (right).
Dr. Douglas Evans (centre), Director of the IIES and Prof. FENG Xinbin (right), Deputy Director of the Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IGCAS) sign the official membership agreement between the two institutes. Prof. Huan Zhong from Nanjing University (left) was also in attendance.
Professor Neil Emery (Trent University ) and Professor King Chow (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) pictured above during signing ceremony. HKUST is was inducted as the most recent member of the IIES.