Month: September 2020
Blog Author: Francesco Serafini (2nd year PhD Student, H2020 funded) What a year to start a PhD! If two years ago someone told me that I would have found myself writing a blog post about my first year as PhD student in Geosciences at the University of Edinburgh during a global pandemic I wouldn’t believe […]
Just wanted to advertise the recording of this awesome presentation from Dr Maggie Creed on engineering modelling of bedload transport during flood events.
As an academic, my work balances both delivering face to face teaching and the leadership and management of research in equal measure. COVID has had a profound impact on the way we can work and forced us to make decisions about how to best deliver high quality teaching and foster a community where researchers feel […]
Edinburgh is leading a £20M GCRF Hub in Urban Risk Transition in Tomorrow’s Cities with a focus on Kathmandu, Istanbul, Quito, and Nairobi. This week, we held a webinar on some of the seismic hazard work being undertaken in Kathmandu. I will post a link to the full webinar when it is available, but you […]