IIASA Postdocs Blog
By Camila Ludovique, research assistant CAPES/IIASA Sandwich Doctorate I come from Brazil, more specifically from the Energy Planning Program of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, that postcard city that most of you may have already seen in pictures, with...
Julian Hunt is a postdoc at IIASA and part of the Brazilian Federal Agency for Support and Evaluation of Graduate Education (CAPES) scheme.
Rafael Morais, a recent participant in the IIASA-CAPES Doctorate Sandwich Program, talks about his research and what his participation in the program has meant to him.
IIASA researchers are analyzing food webs to find out what makes entire ecosystems vulnerable to the extinction of individual species.
Nandita Saikia shares how being born an “unwanted” daughter inspired her to champion education to empower Indian girls to realize their own worth and capability.
What inspires investment in a foreign country?
The key to improving global welfare and the tools to make it happen.
Exploring the links between extractivism and climate change mitigation.
Peru’s Rimac Valley looks more like a lunar landscape than a flood-risk hotspot, but add a few millimeters of rain, and everything changes.
A workshop at IIASA brings new insight into scenario analysis for water resources.