We are pleased to announce that the July 12-14th 2017 will take place the 3rd “Parma” Nano-Day. The event will be organized by the Department of Chemistry, Life Sciences and Environmental Sustainability of the University of Parma (Parma, Italy), with support of other partners and consortia, and will represent an important appointment for young researchers who work in the nanomaterials and nanotechnology fields.
The conference will be subdivided in several sessions including Technologies and Applications, focused on the physico-chemical and engineering aspects, Regulation and EconomicsAgri-foodEnvironment and Biotechnology, and Medicine and Health, related to the medical, veterinary and pharmaceutical applications.
The main theme will be “The event that brings together students, researchers and enterprises”. Companies operating in the sector of innovation and technology will have the opportunity to meet researchers and students. In the 3rd “Parma” Nano-Day, a “job day” is expected involving young researchers from all over Italy selected for their interest and their skills in the field of advanced science and technology. The Job Day will be the beginning of the event (on July 12th, 2017), and it will last half day (afternoon) following the official opening and a Round Table on “Technology and Sustainable Development”.
The Job Day will include oral communications of selected companies that can present themselves to the audience by explining the company’s Core Business, the Mission, the placement in the national/international market, the main activities carried out, the possibility to offer internships and apprenticeships for students and/or graduates, the characteristics sought in the candidate and also provide contacts and relevant business figures.
Participation does not involve any cost for enterprises but at the same time there are no reimbursements for travel expenses.
The organizational office will be at your disposal for additional information (email: nanoday@unipr.it)
Prof. Nelson Marmiroli
Department of Chemistry, Life Sciences and Environmental Sustainability
University of Parma