19 January 2016 - 21 January 2016
Washington DC, USA
The Food-Energy-Water Nexus conference will bring together innovative thinkers in science, technology, policy, governance, business, education and civil society will gather to work across traditional boundaries and address big questions such as:
IIASA Deputy Director General Nebojsa Nakicenovic will give a plenary talk at the conference, and researchers from several IIASA research programs will participate in sessions highlighting cross-cutting research.
More information: The Food-Energy-Water Nexus Conference
19 January: 09:40
Plenary 1: “Megatrends” and the Food-Energy-Water Nexus
IIASA Deputy Director General will speak in the opening plenary session.
19 January: 13:30
Symposium-A5 Metrics for Food-Energy-Water Projects
IIASA researchers Brian Fath and David Wiberg will take part in this session, focused on metrics for measuring the effectiveness of innovations, technologies, business models, and policies.
19 January: 15:15
S-B4 Innovations in Modeling and Big Data
IIASA researcher Nils Johnson will speak in this session focused on the data and models that describe and project the criticality of the FEW nexus.
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