This conference is now closed.
At the signing of the MoU’s in Dublin Castle, Portrait Gallery from left to right:
H.E. Afonso José Sena Cardoso, H.E. Brian Glynn, Alan Harvey, Damien English TD, Sergio Luis Gargioni, Augusto Raupp, Mark Ferguson
Student Denise Valente wins 1st prize in the PhD student poster competition.
From left to right, Bernard Mahon , H.E. Afonso José Sena Cardoso , Denise Valente, Jennifer Cleary
Some photos from the event
It is with great pleasure that RBI invites you to participate in the 1st Brazil-Ireland Science Week, which will be held in Dublin, Ireland from the 23rd to 26th of February 2015.
Situated in the heart of the capital of Ireland, famous for its easy-going charm and cultural heritage, the historic Dublin Castle offers the perfect venue for this event. The conference will bring together leading scientists from both countries to consider opportunities for the internationalisation of their research and develop strategies for advancing scientific collaboration in areas of key importance to both countries
Ireland is a world-class location for research, development and innovation with a proven track record of aligning activity to the current and emerging needs of industry. Brazil is an emerging economy with the ambition, capacity and resources to become a world leader in high-level scientific research. Both countries have a well-established and respected profile amongst the global science community and are increasingly focused on looking outwards and internationalising their research activities. The event is an important opportunity to deepen existing relationships and identify new partnership possibilities that are relevant in a constantly evolving global landscape
The event will focus on the following thematic areas:
- Information and Communication Technologies
- Environmental Science and Technologies
- Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology
- Biopharmaceuticals, Biotechnology and Health
- Sustainable Energy and Agroproduction