China

Managed Aquifer Recharge in the North China Plain

Research project The long term objective of the project is to prepare experts and water managers in China with the best possible knowledge base in order to make informed decisions on large scale MAR implementation in the North China Plain (NCP) as a tool for alleviat ... Midterm report WP1 progress has been on the finalization of a journal publication on better quantification of boundary fluxes to the North China plain. The NCP groundwater flow model has been finalized and used for testing water management scena ...
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Satellite EO for Flood and Drought Forecasting in China

Research project This project aims to exploit innovative satellite earth observation data products for operational flood and drought forecasting in China. The EU Copernicus programme and related satellite missions (NASA GRACE, GRACE-FO) provide spatially and temporal ... Midterm-report: -Produced a national-scale, 10m resolution, monthly surface water extent dataset for all of China for the Sentinel observation period (2017-2020). -Developed an operational global hydrological model and initiated validation for th ...
Period: 2019-03-1 to 2022-02-28 Countries: China Lead institution: Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark Partner institutions: DHI GRAS A/S, Denmark DHI, Denmark Wuhan University (WHU), China Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China DHI China, China Project code: 18-M01-DTU Total grant: 4,999,973 DKK
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Clean Shipping on Green Fuel

Research project This pilot project will be a big move towards the use of Dimethyl ether (DME) as a competitive and clean fuel alternative for the marine sector. Upcoming regulation of SOx, NOx, CO2 and the focus on soot emissions from the marine fleet is a challenge ... First year report A predictive model to predict stress on piston rings by DME combustion has been developed and is being evaluated. An optical accessible combustion chamber is being modified for DME injection. Sophisticated impeller design tools ...
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Chinese drivers for African Development

Research project Development aid alone cannot finance Africa's development. Other external sources are needed. Important among these is foreign direct investment (FDI), which may fill a resource gap in Africa and at the same time generate local development via transf ...
Period: 2007-12-31 to 2011-12-30 Countries: China Zambia Lead institution: Roskilde University (RUC), Denmark Partner institutions: University of Zambia (UNZA), Zambia Project code: 932-DIIS Total grant: 2,221,924 DKK
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Strengthening University-level Training in Food Policy Analysis in Africa and Asia

Research project Workshops and training session to be implemented in Bangladesh, Uganda, and China, thus contribution to an enhanced undergraduate and graduate training in policy analysis for the global food system and food systems in developing countries.The concept of social entrepreneurship was applied to provide an immediate impact on the group of academics gatered for the workshop . The concept was well received and understood.
Period: 2007-12-31 to 2010-12-31 Countries: Bangladesh China Uganda Lead institution: University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark Project code: 935-LIFE Total grant: 1,574,017 DKK
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Outsourcing for development

Research project Traditionally the debate on outsourcing has focused on outsourcing to low cost locations seen from the perspective of OECD countries. Rarely has the mirror question been asked: What are the development effects of growing outsourcing to developing cou ...
Period: 2005-10-31 to 2009-12-31 Countries: China Ghana India Malaysia South Africa Vietnam Lead institution: Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Denmark Project code: 1202-CBS Total grant: 1,436,091 DKK
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