The workshop aims to provide an overview of the state-of-the-art, gaps and advances on the water-food-energy research to the entire scientific community, but particularly to PhD students. What is the state of the art on the water-energy-food nexus at a global and local scale? What are the future perspectives on this matter? These are some of the questions to be addressed. There will be a training session for PhD students on water footprint assessment and its application to the water-energy-food nexus and a call for papers for PhD students and early career researchers, who will be able to present their work and receive constructive feedback.
Dr. Mesfin Mergia Mekonnen (University of Nebraska)
Dr. Julian Fulton (California State University)
Dr. Christopher M. Chini (Air Force Institute of Technology, Dayton)
Dr. Ashlynn S. Stillwell (University of Illinois)
The full abstract, programme and registration, can be found here.