UNESCO Office Jakarta, through the CONNECT Asia network, is organizing a MasterClass on Network-enabled Collaboration on Water Related Disasters and Water Security as part of the 37th APAN Meeting which will be held in Bandung, Indonesia. This initiative is a partnership with the APAN (Asia Pacific Advanced Network) and the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), and it is an initial endeavour to promote network-enabled collaboration in the use of advanced methods in flood management and water security to water scientists, network engineers, policy makers and students in the region.
About the MasterClass
Date: Thursday, January 23, 2014
Time: 8:30 – 18:00 (Jakarta Time)
Members: Shahbaz Khan (UNESCO) (chair), George McLaughlin (APAN rep for CONNECT-Asia)
Chris Elvidge (APAN coordinator with APAN EM, RS and AG WGs), Piska Aprila (UNESCO), Keiko Okawa (SOI), Basuki Suhardiman (ITB)
Target Audience: Scientists, Network Engineers, Students and Policy Makers who have an interest or involvement in flood mitigation, water security and the development relevant strategies
How to join
SOI Asia will broadcast live this UNESCO-APAN Masterclass for remote audiences.
The webstreaming will be available on the 23rd of January in SOI Asia’s Live lecture website.
For more details about the MasterClass, including the program, please download from the link below:
For the agenda and further information on the event, please visit: