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Welcome to the CMES Open House on May 18!

Photo of the CMES building on a lawn of blue spring flowers

On May 18, CMES scholars will be showcasing their ongoing Middle East research with posters on display at Finngatan 16.

Come mingle, learn something new and enjoy some drinks, snacks and sweets!

18 May 2022 13:00 to 16:00

CMES scholars presenting their research:

  • Ali Mansourian (Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science) – AI and Sustainable Dust-Storm Control in the Middle East
  • Behshid Khodaei (Water Resources Engineering) – Ground Deformation Rate Modeling in Iran
  • Dalia Abdelhady (Sociology) – Integration of Children of Immigrants
  • Hasan Hosseini (Water Resources Engineering) - Precipitation Extremes, Climate Change and AI
  • Hossein Hashemi (Water Resources Engineering) – AI and Sustainable Dust-Storm Control in the Middle East
  • Joel Abdelmoez (Political Science) – Feminist Activism in Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia
  • Karin Aggestam (Political Science) – Gendering Peace Mediation in the Middle East
  • Laleh Foroughanfar (Architecture and Built Environment) – Migration and Infrastructural Re-Production in Malmö
  • Lina Eklund (Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science) – Societal Impacts of Climate Stress and Drought in Syria
  • Linda Eitrem Holmgren (Political Science) – Gendering Peace Mediation in the Middle East
  • Pengxiang Zhao (Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science) – AI and Sustainable Dust-Storm Control in the Middle East
  • Pinar Dinc (Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science) – Societal Impacts of Climate Stress and Drought in Syria
  • Rami Zalfou (Economic History) – Economic Assimilation of Syrian-Lebanese and Ottoman Migrants in the USA
  • Rola El-Husseini Dean (Political Science) – Arab State Feminism and the Sectarian Exception
  • Ronny Berndtsson (Water Resources Engineering) – Farmers’ Adaptation and Sustainability in Tunisia
  • Sara Brogaard (LUCSUS) – AI and Sustainable Dust-Storm Control in the Middle East
  • Sarah Anne Rennick (Political Science) – MENA Youth Activism and Political Socialization Post-2011
  • Seyed Amir Naghibi (Water Resources Engineering) – AI and Sustainable Dust-Storm Control in the Middle East
  • Svante Lundgren (History of Religions and Religious Behavioural Science) – Swedish-Assyrian Politics of Memory and the Assyrian Tragedy
  • Torsten Janson (History of Religions and Religious Behavioural Science) – Palestinian Refugees in Lebanese Higher Education and Ritualising National Memory in Turkish Museums

All are warmly welcome!