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Renowned experts in the field of material research to meet the scientific seminar of doctoral students of chemical industries

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On 15 and 16 September in Pardubice in the scientific seminar titled INTERNATIONAL DAYS OF MATERIALS SCIENCE 2011, meet international capabilities in the field of materials research and chemical modeling, chemical doctoral students from six universities in Czech.

The two-day scientific seminar organized by the Faculty of Chemical Technology in collaboration with the Project Team CMV Materials Research Center. It is designed primarily for students of doctoral study of chemical industries in addition to students and home of the Faculty of Chemical Technology, part of her doctoral five other Czech and Moravian university.

The seminar will be held in the multi-functional conference center AFI PALACE Pardubice.

Among the lecturers are renowned international experts Dr ** Spyros Yannopoulos ** (Greece), ** Professor. ** Lindsay Greer (UK), ** Professor. Robert Jones ** (Germany), ** Professor. Frank De Proft ** (Belgium) ** dr. ** Jovari Pal (Hungary). The language of the seminar is English. Lecturers are themselves students of doctoral study programs in the field of chemical disciplines and nanomaterials, and their professional performance will be evaluated by an international expert committee. Best student presentation and communication bulletin will be rewarded in kind donations.

  • „The thematic focus of the doctoral seminar IDMS 2011 includes presentation of the latest knowledge, modern applications and ideas in the field of material research,“ explains Professor. Ing. Thomas Wagner, MD., Expert guarantor of the project, adding: "The main lecture block is focused on application of theoretical research chalcogenide glasses and organometallic compounds' *.

Participation is free, is covered by the organizers of one of the 24 successful projects of the University of Pardubice solved within the Operational Programme Education for Competitiveness and co-financed by the European Social Fund and the state budget of the Czech Republic. Each participant also receives a seminar conference proceedings, lectures and vývěskových communication.

** About CMV TEAM: ** Training and development of scientific-research team at the Center of Materials Research Pardubice is implemented within the project supported by TEAM CMV and the Operational Programme Education for Competitiveness. The project aims to create and implement systematic training of young and promising scientific researchers, including doctoral and master degree programs focusing on the area of ​​material sciences with emphasis on the latest technology, knowledge, instrumentation and practical applications in the fields of chemistry, solid state physics, surfaces and thin films, optics, optoelectronics, photonics, new promising materials, nanomaterials and new energy sources. The project is in its third year of. The implementation of planned educational activities and to support the development of young researchers varsity team won the 16.6 million CZK.

For more information: prof. Ing. Thomas Wagner, MD. Faculty of Chemical Technology expert guarantor of the project CMV TEAM Phone 466 036 765, mobile 724 905 425 E-mail tomas.wagner @ upce.cz

Ing. Valerie Wágnerová Chancellor – spokesman for the University of Pardubice Phone 466 036 555 E-mail promotion@upce.cz




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