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Master of Integrated Water Management (Partial Scholarship)
Brian is an experienced integrated water management educator, educational leader and researcher. He has 19 years of experience working in research institutes, academia and the private sector in Australia, England, Scotland and Sweden, and in projects involving collaborators from 21 different countries.
As an educator, he has led the development and delivery of water management and engineering Masters-level programs in the UK and Australia, responsible for educating over 550 graduates from 86 different countries. He has also delivered training courses to a diverse range of donor bank, government and private sector clients, including the Abu-Dhabi Water and Electricity Company, Alluvium Consulting, the Asian Development Bank, the Fijian Government, the Indonesian Government, the Pearl River Conservancy Commission, the Indonesian Water Utility Association, the Yellow River Conservancy Commission, the Yellow River Engineering Company, the Sri Lankan Government and the Thailand Government.
A recipient of international and national research awards, Brian’s research work has involved extensive academic, government and industrial collaboration, both nationally in Australia and internationally across America, Europe, North Africa and Asia. He has received research funding from a mix of government, industrial and European Commission sources.
In addition to his role at IWC, Brian is also:
Brian’s research areas of interest include: