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The monitoring committee for João Pires' PhD thesis convenes on December 20, at 18H00, in EDAM Room, Mechanics Pavilion II. The meeting will provide a space for discussion and reflection on his research, under the title Strategies for Reducing Emissions in Gas-Fired Burners and their Role in the Future of Domestic Water Heater.
The 19th International Symposium on Applications of Laser and Imaging Techniques to Fluid Mechanics holds the opportunity for researchers and industries to connect and share new developments in laser applications, fluid mechanics and optical techniques relevant to the first.
The Lisbon Symposium's Scientific Committee will be accepting abstract submissions from anyone who would like to contribute to the dissemination of new developments amongst peers. Read more >>
Alfaces na avenida. Estratégias para (bem) alimentar a cidade is a reflection on urban planning and public policy in the matters of food supply. Samuel Niza, researcher at IN+ and author of the chapter 'O sistema alimentar no contexto do metabolismo urbano da Área Metropolitana de Lisboa', writes about the importance of studying the flow of food resources, as well as their potential impact.
Professor Edgar Fernandes, director of Thermofluids, Combustion and Energy Systems, visited Instituto Superior de Agronomia (ISA) on November 29, at the invitation of Professor Elizabeth Duarte, for a seminar on Biofuels versus Traditional Fuels.
IST and IN+ Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research welcomed the international partners of project CapSEM – Capacity Building in Sustainability and Environmental Management in Lisbon, from November 15th to 17th, for three days of knowledge exchange and updates regarding the project.
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