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Lee Wins Chateaubriand Fellowship

IIHR graduate student Kyutae Lee has been awarded a prestigious five-month fellowship to conduct research in France. Lee will work at the Université Claude Bernard Institut National des Sciences Appliquées in Lyon, France. His project is titled “Standardized Framework for Uncertainty Analysis in Support of Flood Risk Management.” The Chateaubriand Fellowship Science Program offers qualified young scientists the opportunity to conduct research in a French laboratory in order to strengthen collaborations, partnerships, and joint projects through international scholarly exchange. The Embassy of France in the United States provides fellows with about $2,000 a month for the term of the fellowship, along with travel and health insurance.

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Posted on August 30th, 2011

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