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    TRANSFORM4EUROPE
    OPEN DUAL LECTURE

    FOSTERING ACADEMIA – INDUSTRY DIALOGUE

    28 July, 2022 | The University of Trieste

    ABOUT

    The University of Trieste, as partner of Transform4Europe project, organises an Open Dual Lecture to foster dialogue between the University and the world of Industry.

    The public lecture will take place at Stazione Rogers (Riva Grumula 4, Trieste) on Thursday 28 July at 6.30 p.m .

    There will be a live stream on the University’s youtube channel

    The Lecture has two mail goals: make it clear that the challenge is the same from both the academic and the industrial/business perspectives, and share the mutual knowledge about the most important topics of the future.

    Two speakers, one academic and an entrepreneur are invited to dialogue about the new challenges of energy having in mind the three focus areas of the Transform4Europe project:

    • digital transformation and smart regions;
    • environmental transformation and sustainability;
    • societal transformation, community building and inclusion;

    Chairperson:
    Alessandro Massi Pavan
    Coordinator of the Center for Energy, Environment and Transport Giacomo Ciamician, University of Trieste (Italy)
    Speakers:
    From academia: Yaroslav Grosu
    Professor of Institute of Chemistry, University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland)
    From industry: Lucio Sabbadini
    Fincantieri S.p.A. – Corporate Innovation Department – Head of Technology Cluster Coordination (Italy)

    Q&A session will follow.

    More at: www2.units.it.

    CONTACT

     

    Saarland University
    The Coordinating organisation
    e-mail: transform4europe@uni-saarland.de

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