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As a part of the running Horizon 2020 project “Materials Networking” the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy – Sofia University is organizing the final “Advanced Materials” workshop, to be held from 21 to 25 July 2019. Тhe place is to be specified and announced as soon as possible.
As a part of the running Horizon 2020 project “Materials Networking” the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy – Sofia University is organizing a workshop “Advanced Materials”, to be held from 11 to 14 September 2018 at Marina Royal Palace, Duni, Bulgaria.
The workshop aims at identifying mutual areas of interests and exchange of knowledge among the partners in the project, highlighting the major challenges in these topics. We kindly invite you to take part in the event presenting a lecture on a subject related to the workshop topic.
The programme for the workshop and the Book of Abstracts are available here:
On June 28th, 2018, at the Conference Hall of the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy, Sofia University “St. Kl. Ohridski ” a presentation of the main activities carried out so far within the project” Materials Networking “, funded under the call TWINNING of the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Commission, took place. Journalists from different media were invited and attended the meeting. The meeting started with a description of the project, its objectives and major achievements presented by Prof. Georgi Vayssilov, Coordinator of the project. Afterwards, the main scientific topics of the research groups from the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy, participating in the project, were presented. A brief discussion was held with the mass media representatives, followed by a lab tour showing three of the most advanced laboratories in the Faculty, namely the Pharmacognosy Laboratory, the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Laboratory, and the Transmission Electron Microscopy Laboratory.
MECHATRONICS AND CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES
26 JUNE 2018
Faculty of chemistry and pharmacy
Sofia university “St. kliment ohridski”
As a part of the running Horizon 2020 project “Materials Networking”, the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy is organizing a workshop “Advanced Materials”, to be held from 11 to 14 September, 2018 at Marina Royal Palace, Duni, Bulgaria.
The aim of the Workshop is to gather together scientists from the partner organizations working in the area of advanced materials and related topics.
We would like to note that all accommodation expenses and meals will be covered by the Project Materials Networking, while the travel expenses will be covered by the project budget distributed to the corresponding partner organization. The event will have no participation fee.
In order to apply:
The applicants should send an abstract for an oral presentation, no later than July 15th, to the project e-mail address: email@example.com and to the project contact person from their institution:
- Max-Plank Institute of Polymer Research (MPI-P) – Dr. Kaloian Koynov, firstname.lastname@example.org
- University of Cambridge – Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy (DMSM-UCAM) – Dr. Rumen Tomov, email@example.com
- University of Barcelona, Faculty of Chemistry (FC-UB) – Prof. Konstantin Neyman, firstname.lastname@example.org
The 3rd School “Bio-materials: synthesis and characterization” of the H2020 project Materials Networking will take place at the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy, Sofia University, Bulgaria on 21st and 22nd March 2018.
The school aims to provide the advanced as well as state of the art techniques, methods and applications in the broad area of bio-related systems and materials. The school is organized for researchers, young scientists and PhD students from the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy of Sofia University and the lectures will be given by experts from all partnering organizations of the project, namely Assoc. Prof. Ivanka Tsakovska – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences; Prof. Tobias Weidner, Dr. David Ng and Dr. Svenja Morsbach from Max Plank Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany; Dr. Sotiria Toumpaniary from the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, University of Cambridge, UK; Prof. Ismael Diez Perez, Prof. Jordi Poater and Dr. Alba Nin-Hill from the Faculty of Chemistry, University of Barcelona, Spain.
The program for the school is available here: Program Biomaterials School
“Materials Networking” project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 692146.