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News from Croatia - from the WBC-INCO.NET Journal

Please find below the news from Croatia as presented in the last WBC-INCO.NET Journal.

1) ASHE: New Strategy for 2010 to 2014

2) New REGPOT Projects Have Been Signed


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Extended application deadline for the competition for the award for the most successful scientific or artistic research work

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With the desire to intensify research on the TTF, Managers team of FP7 project entitled: "Unlocking the Croatian Textile Research Potentials", in May of 2010. year opened contest for best scientific research and artistic research in the field of textiles (theme: the protective materials, clothing and footwear).

Due to concerns of participants of the competition, and also the wish that the new students TTF can enable participation in the contest, the Manager team of FP7 project decided to extend the deadline for submission of papers, along with expansion of awards. For this reason please find enclosed the new text of the competition with new deadlines.

The following new documents are available:

1) Competition information

2) Template for the Competition

 

Head and Deputy Head of TSRC:

Prof. Drago Katovic, PhD

Prof. Sandra Bischof Vukusic, PhD

 

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News from Croatia - from the WBC-INCO.NET Journal

Bilateral Cooperation with Serbia

The Croatian Minister of Science Radovan Fuchs and his Serbian counterpart Božidar Đelic met in Zagreb on May 13, 2010 to discuss bilateral cooperation and joint scientific projects. 21 bilateral initiatives are currently being implemented, mainly in the field of biotechnology. Several workshops as well as a joint Science Day will be held in the following months in order to review the results achieved.

The two countries are also planning to hold regular meetings at ministerial or state secretary level and to establish a regional technology fund to attract research funding for companies. Fuchs suggests exploiting further opportunities such as joint applications for FP7 projects and loans by the World Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

Lisbon Review 2010: Croatia Outperforms Lowest-Ranked EU Members

The final assessment of the progress made in reaching the Lisbon goals shows that Croatia has outranked four EU Member States, namely Bulgaria, Italy, Poland and Romania. With a score of 4.18, it is only second to Montenegro (score: 4.19) among the eleven candidate and neighbourhood countries assessed. Among this group, Croatia holds rank one in the fields of information society, sustainable development and network industries as well as the second place in the field of innovation and R&D.

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10. INTERNATIONAL FOUNDRYMEN CONFERENCE, Opatija June 10. -12., 2010.

10th INTERNATIONAL FOUNDRYMEN CONFERENCE: Casting Production – Progress through Knowledge, Quality and Environmental Protection, was held in Opatija in the period June 10th -12th 2010. At the Conference exhibition of equipment and instruments Textile Science Research Centre and SEM laboratory of University of Zagreb Faculty of Textile Technology were presented. Conference was held in association with: University of Zagreb, Ministy of Science, Education and Sports of Republic of Croatia, Academy of Technical Sciences of Republic of Croatia, Croatian Chamber of Commerce of Republic of Croatia, Sisak-Moslavina County, City of Sisak and Mittel Europäische Giesserei Initiative (MEGI).

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Figure 1: Marin Šoufek, representative of Tescan and Prof. Sandra Bischof Vukušić, Vice-president of TSRC at the Conference exhibition

 

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International Convention MIPRO 2010 -                 Opatija, 24. - 28. May 2010


From 24th to 28th May 2010 the 33rd International Convention MIPRO 2010 was held in Opatija. The topic of Round table held on 27th May was: Nanotechnology – new challenge for the Republic of Croatia.

The discussion was intended for people who make strategical decisions about economy and science, scientists and experts in the field of natural and technical science as well as technologists in industry. Prof. Sandra Bischof Vukusic, coordinator of the FP7-REGPOT-2008-1 project funded within the FP7 topic Nanoscience, nanotechnologies, materials and new productional technologies, took a part as one of the keynote speakers of the Round table.

 

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