Nova Domus is an Erasmus Mundus Key Action 2 project which aims to facilitate research and education links across a consortium of universities in Europe and North America in the fields of:
- medical sciences
- public health
- natural sciences
- physics and engineering
Nova Domus grants enable doctoral, post-doctoral, and staff candidates to undertake a period of research/ work/ training in a partner universities in Europe to the benefit of both the individual, and their wider research area.
Dr. Beth Parker recently completed a Nova Domus sponsored research exchange at Lund University from March 18-April 22, 2017. During this research exchange, Beth was an invited speaker on topics that included:
- Geologic time scales vs. contaminant transport time scales
- High resolution characterization needed for groundwater flow system and transport predictions: How much data is enough?
- The importance of hydrologic unit delineation sedimentary rock aquifers
Beth stated “This Nova Domus program offered an amazing opportunity to connect with new colleagues and a new place that may have never otherwise occurred. I am grateful for this memorable experience and looking forward to continuing the scientific collaborations with Dr. Sparrenbom and her colleagues for many years“.