PHOTO: The launch of Latvia’s biggest science project CAMART2The Press Service, ISSP UL
The biggest project in the history of Latvian science to date, CAMART2, has been launched in a collegial and constructive atmosphere at a ceremony attended by representatives of the European Commission, Latvian government officials, foreign cooperation partners and guests, as well as the orchestrators of the project, i.e. the employees of the Institute of Solid State Physics. The objective of the project is to strengthen the position of both the institute and the Latvian State within the European science sector through the development of the centre into a regional institution of European renown in the field of materials science and technology transfer.
"Functional materials and Nanotechnologies" FM&NT-2017
The next international conference 'Functional materials and Nanotechnologies', FM&NT-2017, will be organized by Estonian Physical
Society (in cooperation with University of Tartu) and held at the Dorpat conference centre in Tartu, Estonia in April, 24 – 27, 2017.
ISSP UL Annual report 2015
CAMART2 Newsletter No. 2
Evaluation of the ISSP UL in the Research Assessment Excercise
‘This institution is one of the best - arguably the best institution evaluated by Panel M. It has all the qualities to continue its role as the leading centre of Latvian research in material science. Securing funding for the Institute should be of highest priority for the Latvian Government and Latvian research funding agencies’, the conclusions and recommendations made by expert panel for ISSP UL
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