The session, which will take place via zoom, is open to the entire NOVA community and aims to present the key results of the project, including an analysis and recommendations of national and European policies for the transfer of technology and innovation in the Blue Economy sectors.
The CEE was created in July 2019 and integrates six of the main Portuguese Engineering Schools, promoting joint activities on higher education, research, and innovation in engineering in Portugal, in Portuguese-speaking countries, and in other territories of the world.
With a multidisciplinary program, the course aims for the graduates to be able to assess the current state of a railroad, propose more efficient and effective rehabilitation measures, and evaluate its additive value as a function of the improvement of the railway dynamic performance.
Elvira Fortunato, Vice-Rector of NOVA, professor, and researcher at the Department of Materials Science, will be the Patron and will deliver the laudation.
The opening is scheduled for January 18, at 5:00 pm, in the exhibition room of the FCT NOVA Library.
This is NOVA's oldest entrepreneurship academy that allows the creation of an entrepreneurial project in a multidisciplinary team made up of students from different NOVA Schools.
The project will be developed based on research already conducted in the areas of health communication, terminology, health literacy, and dissemination of scientific knowledge by team members.
The celebration will be the launching initiative of the Portuguese Society of Logic, which will be made official the day before, and will pay homage to the ephemeris of the birth Alfred Tarski and the death of Kurt Gödel.
This webinar will focus on the alternative models for internationalization of Higher Education Institutions and the positive impact in the cities and the communities in which these institutions are established.
The Council of the European Membrane Society may decide to present the title of Honorary Member of the Society, to a particular personality in recognition of an outstanding contribution to education, science or technology in the field of Membranes and Membranes Processes.
The program will allow granting scholarships to students of the Master's in Bioorganic Chemistry who opt for the dual degree course Bioorganica NOVA / Químio-informatics Strasbourg and will start in the academic year 2022/2023.
The researcher João Coelho explains, "the project aims to launch the technological platforms necessary for the future development of smart bandages with wireless communication capability for better training of patients and their monitoring by health professionals."