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22nd FRUCT

15.05 - 18.05


16.05 - 18.05

XIV School-seminar "Problems of complex systems' optimization"

30.07 - 10.08

23rd FRUCT

06.11 - 09.11

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Įvykio data:  Ketvirtadienis, Balandžio 26, 2018 - 10:00
New topological phases of matter have been discovered by researchers from Universidad Complutense, MIT, and Harvard University. They have found a mechanism that enhances the presence of Majorana quasiparticles at the edges of a topological superconductor. These findings open the door to unexpected applications in the development of quantum technologies.
From October 10 to 11, Fundación Cener-Ciemat together with the city of Pamplona hosted the kick off meeting of the STARDUST project. In this lighthouse project the cities of Pamplona (Spain), Tampere (Finland), and Trento (Italy) will collaborate with industrial partners, academia and research centres to deploy intelligent integration measures, validate technical solutions and innovative business models to deliver blueprints for replication throughout Europe and abroad.
Rome, January 2018 - The first Research Infrastructre entirely dedicated to paediatrics has been officially kicked-off. ID-EPTRI (European Paediatric Translational Research Infrastructure), is a EU-funded project coordinated by the Consorzio per Valutazioni Biologiche e Farmacologiche (CVBF), and lasting 24 months, which is aimed to design the framework for a new European Paediatric Research Infrastructure (RI), acting as a paediatric common service in the context of the existing RIs.
Revealing that global sea levels will most likely rise even if Paris Agreement goals are met, scientists warn that half measures and delays will have severe consequences.
Scientists from CIC nanoGUNE, Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC), Materials Physics Center (CFM) and CiQUS (Center for Research on Biological Chemistry and Molecular Materials) create the tiniest magnetic device contacted, made of a single molecule.
The bleeding disease haemophilia A is caused by a genetic deficiency in clotting factor VIII (FVIII). The H2020 funded HemAcure research project is developing a novel cell based therapy to treat severe forms of this disease.
FCAI and its partners invite companies, AI startups, students, investors, accelerators, public sector etc. to our spring get-together. The goal of the event is to continue with the series of AI matchmaking events and this time the special focus is to serve FCAI partners, AI startups and students in matchmaking. The event is taking place at A Grid on Thursday 5 April at 3pm–6pm. Registration starts at 2:30 pm.
Visit the marine technology students’ virtual cabin on the opening day. The Innovative Marine Technology for Challenging Seas Exhibition features the history and development as well as the future of shipbuilding in Finland. At the same time, visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the marine technology and arctic technology research carried out at Aalto University, and about FITech, Finland's new cooperative university venture in the technology sector.