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A testimonial from DEMETRA fellows and researchers!

DEMETRA fellows and researchers share their experience in the DEMETRA Project.

The videos can be watched here:



The "Researchers' Night" (UNICAL, September 25, 2015)

Even this year, the Researchers' Night event will be held in the University of Calabria, on Friday 25 September.
The initiative, promoted by European Commission, involves every year thousands of researchers and research institutions in all the European countries. The aim is to create opportunities of interaction between researchers and people, to promote scientific culture and knowledge about research professions, in an informal and stimulating context.
Events include live scientific experiments and demonstrations, exhibitions and tours, conferences and educational seminars, shows and concerts.
There will be also the researchers involved in the DEMETRA project, in order to explain the peculiarities of their work and the already obtained results.

For more information and material:

Workshop: "Numerical modelling and experimental analysis of gear-trains and bearings"

Date: October 22, 2015

Venue: Siemens Industry Software NV (SISW),
Interleuvenlaan 68, B-3001 Leuven (Belgium)

For more information: Prof. Domenico Mundo

Download the Pdf: pdf Agenda Workshop

Campus Aperto (UNICAL, July 23, 2015)

Download the brochure: pdf Campus Aperto

The "Researchers' Night - SuperScienceMe" (UNICAL, September 26, 2014)

On friday the 26th of September 2014, the "Researchers’s Night - SuperScienceMe" took place in the Campus of the University of Calabria. The event allowed everyone to get knowledge about the University of Calabria and to better understand how the work of researchers concerns the daily life of each person. The slogan was: "research in your reach"; i.e., the research has to be completely accessible and not exclusive for only few people. The Liaison Office of the University, responsible for projects and programs regarding the promotion of cultural, social and economic development of the entire region, coordinated the initiative with the assistance of all the departments.

The event provided a program full of demonstrations, experiments, lab tours, shows, art, music and sport events, games for children, etc., which have made the Campus of Arcavacata like a big, friendly and exciting knowledge place, open to the public, particularly to students. About 10.000 visitors of all ages participated, with a wide ages range.

The initiative also included the presence of "EU Corners", particular areas where research related to initiatives inserted in the FP7 (Seventh Framework Program) for research and innovation were presented, with a special attention to testimonies of researchers involved in "Marie Sklodowska-Curie" actions.

Among these, researchers involved in the DEMETRA project explained in detail their work, the already obtained results and the foreseen next steps.

More information and material are given to the

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