NECTAR for the future: new trends and exploitation of results
Scarce information and lack of communication or dissemination represent, beyond any doubts, a bottleneck for the advancement of knowledge. This is valid not only within a well-defined community of scientists such as that of a COST action. In science in general it often happens that research is performed ignoring the fact that a method, technology, or result obtained in a specific context can be extremely relevant also from the perspective of other scientific areas. Furthermore, intersectoral research projects and training schemes need to be established in the future. At least at European level NECTAR aims to promote the communication between all subjects (from academia to stakeholders) favouring, in turn, the implementation of intersectoral collaborations. In the long term we believe that this will address societal and economical needs.
Organisation of meetings to favour contacts between research groups.
Coordination of STSM plans.
Design and management of Action website.
Coordination of activities aimed at starting new research projects.
Promotion and help the network members to apply for competitive European funds and other international research and innovation grants.
Contacts and partnerships with stakeholders to increase academia-industry interactions, valuable for innovative ideas and discoveries, to maximise protection of intellectual property rights and commercialization of products of the research.
Organisation of COST Action networking events (meetings, TSs, STSMs).
Coordination and promotion of ITCs participation (increasing the number of partners), as well as the participation of the non-academic organisations.
Contact with industrial partners will help to understand “how could science meet business”, and the mechanisms and perceptivity of business implementations of innovative scientific ideas.
Organisation of joint scientific publications and formation of multidisciplinary research consortia. Organisation of project-writing seminars.
Development of documents with aims, directions, and strategies for future research.
Provision of up to date information on funding opportunities.
Organisation of entrepreneurship workshops and seminars.
Attraction of further world experts.
Implementation of the Action website.
Monitor the whole Action activities to assure gender balance.
Prof Aculina Aricu - Institute of Chemistry, Academy of Sciences of Moldova
Dr Maria Rosa Beccia - Institut de Chimie de Nice
Dr Sanja Belić - University of Novi Sad
Prof Marija Bester-Rogac - University of Ljubljana
Dr Francesca Binacchi - University of Pisa
Prof Tarita Biver - Sisak, Croatia
Dr Axel Buchholz - Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Dr Natalia Busto Vázquez - Universidad de Burgos
Prof Isabel Cavaco - Universidade do Algarve
Dr Alicia Dominguez-Martin - University of Granada
Dr Orsolya Dömötör - University of Szeged
Dr Eva Anna Enyedy - University of Szeged, Faculty of Science and Informatics, Institute of Chemistry
Prof Mauro Formica - Università degli Studi di Urbino
Prof Slobodan Gadzuric - University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences
Dr Sofia Gama - University of Bialystok, Faculty of Chemistry
Dr Alina Gorlova - Enamine Limited Liability Company (Enamine LLC)
Dr Giuseppa Ida Grasso - University of Catania
Prof Elzbieta Gumienna-Kontecka - University of Wrocław
Ms Maria Inacio - GLM, LDA
Dr Olga Iranzo - Institut des Sciences Moléculaires de Marseille UMR CNRS 7313
Prof Dijana Jelić - University of Banja Luka, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Ms Karolina Krzywoszynska - University of Wrocław
Dr Ivo Leito - University of Tartu
Ms Francesca Macii - University of Pisa
Dr Álvaro Martínez-Camarena - University of València
Dr Rossella Migliore - University of Catania
Prof Demetrio Milea - Università degli Studi di Messina
Dr Raisa Nastas - Institute of Chemistry
Prof Igor Povar - Institute of Chemistry, Academy of Sciences of Moldova
Prof Arūnas Ramanavičius - State Scientific Research Institute Center for Physical Sciences and Technology
Dr Urte Samukaite Bubniene - Vilnius University
Prof Carmelo Sgarlata - Università degli Studi di Catania
Ms Jolanta Maria Swiatek-Kozlowska - University of Wrocław
Ms Agnieszka Szebesczyk - University of Wrocław
Prof Matteo Tegoni - University of Parma
Prof Alessio Terenzi - Università degli Studi di Palermo
Prof Katalin Várnagy - University of Debrecen
Prof Emel Yildiz - Cukurova University
Dr Emanuele Zanda - Université Paris-Saclay-CNRS
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