conference_ljublajana_poster.jpg 11 March 2008. ESPI was invited to present recent research at the “Thematic International Conference on Bio-, Nano- and Space Technologies” in Ljubljana, Slovenia.


From 10 to 12 March 2008, the International Science and Technology Center (ISTC) and the Science and Technology Center in Ukraine (STCU) organised an international conference in Slovenia. ESPI was invited to present relevant results from the EU4+ study.

The objective of the conference was to promote cooperation between partners in Europe and in Russia and the CIS, with a particular focus on three scientific fields: nano-, bio- and space technologies. The programme of the conference can be found here.

The second day of the conference was dedicated to space. Space activities in Europe, Russia and the CIS, as well as joint projects were presented. ESPI Research Fellow Charlotte Mathieu presented Slovenian space activities, as part of the results of the EU4+ study. The presentation can be found here. The EU4+ study report can be found here and the EU4+ addendum report can be found here.

mathieu_charlotte_mz_02.jpg  mathieu_charlotte_mz_01.jpg Michel Zayet, Deputy Executive Director, STCU and                      Charlotte Mathieu
Charlotte Mathieu
 

The International Science and Technology Center (ISTC) is a non-proliferation programme that provides weapons scientists from Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States new opportunities in international partnership.

The Science and Technology Center in Ukraine is an intergovernmental organization created with the goal of aiding unemployed or underemployed scientists previously working on the development of weapons of mass destruction. It finances projects which convert the military know-how of the scientists of our recipient states into peaceful civilian applications.
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photo credit:  STCU

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