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Guest Research Scholar Systemic Risk and Resilience Research Group - Advancing Systems Analysis Program
Bruno Meirelles De Oliveira is a postdoctoral research scholar in the Systemic Risk and Resilience Research Group of the IIASA Advancing Systems Analysis Program where he is currently working as part of the Resource nexus for transformation to circular, resilient, and livable cities in the context of climate change (RECREATE) Project. He has a background in education, rural development, and environmental consulting and planning, as well as a keen interest in governance, resilience, social ecological systems, and integrative approaches.
Oliveira is a biologist by training having obtained a bachelor's degree at the University of SaoPaulo, Brazil. He also has an MBA in Environment Management from the Polytechnic School of Sao Paulo University, a master's in Environmental Sciences from the Energy and Environment Institute of the Sao Paulo University, and a PhD from the same program (2016-2021), with a sandwich period spent at IIASA in Austria in 2018.
Last update: 19 OCT 2021
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