The second session of the international Adriatic School on Nanoscience has begun
Today in Dubrovnik, the second session of the international Adriatic School on Nanoscience (ASON-2) began, which is organized by the Ruđer Bošković Institute in partnership with the University of Zagreb and the Institute of Physics, and receives financial support from the Israeli Embassy in Croatia.
Following greetings from Dr. Tomo Antičić, Director General of the RBI, Prof. Melita Kovačević, Vice Rector of the University of Zagreb, and Dr. Mile Ivanda, Principal of the ASON-2, the session was opened by the Israeli Ambassador in Croatia, His Excellency E. Yozef Amrani.
ASON-2 is being attended by approximately fifty doctoral and postdoctoral students from Europe and Asia, who will hear lecturers delivered by approximately fifteen world-renowned speakers, including Nobel Laureate Professor Harold Kroto.
The second session of the Adriatic School on Nanoscience will end on Friday, September 7, 2012.