UK and Kazakhstan Early Researchers Workshop on Waste Utilisation and Treatment

Call for participation

The University of Wolverhampton is pleased to be the coordinator of a British Council sponsored workshop, under the Newton-Al-Farabi Partnership Programme, to be held in Almaty-Kazakhstan between the 26 and 30 January 2015. The purpose of the workshop is to bring early researchers in the UK and Kazakhstan together in order to establish long-lasting research collaboration between the two countries.

It is intended to have 17 early researchers from the UK and a similar number from Kazakhstan. Early researchers are researchers with up to 10 years of post-doctoral research experience or equivalent.

The title of the workshop is Utilisation and treatment of wastes arising from mining activities, oils and other Industries: a) Mining solid wastes; b) Mining waste water; c) Oil and Gas industry waste; d) Coal power station wastes; e)  Cement manufacture waste and e) Food waste.

More information and contact details can be found by downloading the Open Call Advert.

Relevant expenses (e.g. travel and accommodation) will be met by the British Council (Newton-Al-Farabi Partnership) grant.
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