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JSPAL

 

Joint Student Program in Arid Lands

 
Goal: The Joint Student Program in Arid Lands is a concurrent enrollment between countries supported by private foundations and for-profit private sector, looking for the establishment of a strong cooperation in exchangeable technology and natural resources by formation of high-qualified teams to work in arid lands around world.

 

JSPAL Team

 
Use of minirhizotron in a greenhouse experiment at the University of California, Davis.

Use of minirhizotron in a greenhouse experiment at the University of California, Davis.

 
 
 

Daniela Jerszurki

As a soil scientist, Daniela's research is based on the study of water dynamic in the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum to support hydrological, environmental and agronomical studies, combining themes related to agricultural planning and mathematical modeling.
 
 
Use of minirhizotron in a greenhouse experiment at the University of California, Davis.
 
 
 

Adi Perelman

PhD candidate –adiperel@post.bgu.ac.il
By having an agronomic background, Adis' research aspire to build a bridge between science and agronomic problems, focused on arid and semi-arid areas, by combining physiological experiments, models and innovated methods.
 

JSPAL Graduats

 
 
 
 

Maurício Nunes Kleinberg

I had the great opportunity to be involved on two internships at the Ben Gurion University of the Negev at Sde Boqer Campus on 2017. In my first internship, I learned from experts of biotechnology and microalgae like Dr. Inna Khozin-Goldberg. My second internship was on the Advanced Materials Lab under the supervision of Dr. Christopher Arnusch. These internships helped me to become familiar with the research, the students and the professors. I am currently studying towards a PhD degree under the supervision of Dr. Christopher Arnusch. My research involves the use of a new material called laser-induced graphene on water treatment and dessalination tecnologies.
 
 
Marina
 
 
 

Mariana

My name is Mariana, I´m a master student at the federal University of Paraná (UFPR), Brazil. I went to Israel to do a 5 months internship at the Ben Gurion University of the Negev. On my internship I had the privilegie to work with soil salinity on a huge experiment with cherry tomoatoes on the greenhouse as well as carry my own experimente on the lab. I´ve met students and professionals from all over the world and participated in the life and culture from the middle east. Beside all that, the campus is located in the desert, so the environment and nature is completely diferente from everythinyg I’ve experienced so far.
 

Study Sponsorship

Demonstrate your interest on JSPAL project supporting students and professionals abroad.As a sponsor you are helping to promote Brazilian's research in the international higher education scenario.
If you want to be a student on JSPAL program, please fill the form below:
 
 

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