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BROKERAGE EVENTS - (Completed)

According with WP1 from our project, in order to increase the real chances of our team to participate in European funded projects, a coherent brokerage activity was planned, consisting in 6 brokerage events during whole project, according with the calendar of ECFP calls.

Scientific Committee of ENPONA project analyzed the specific research area in which Polymer Department is interested in order to ensure the participation of ICECHIM-PD in the FP6 competitions. Thus, two brokerage meetings were organized in 2005 targeting specific remaining calls of FP6 and collecting Expressions of Interest (EoI) for future possible collaborations.

The first brokerage meeting was organized in Iassy, Romania, in the frame of "Franco-Romanian Colloquium", 2-6 September 2005. The brokerage event took place in the Conference Halls of "Petru Poni" Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, being attached of "Franco-Romanian Colloquium". The event was intensely mediated, was announced in the academic media by e-mail and local mass-media. At the brokerage meeting attended 15 foreign scientists and around 50 Romanian scientists.

As a result, a number of 6 French group leaders and 5 Romanian scientists expressed their interest in a future collaboration with our department. Most of EoI were made in the nanoscience and nanomaterials field.

The second brokerage meeting was organized in Bucharest, Romania, in the frame of "The Chemistry Priorities for a Durable Development" Symposium, 20-21 October 2005. The brokerage event took place in the Conference Halls of National Research and Development Institute for Chemistry and Petrochemistry "ICECHIM", being attached of "The Chemistry Priorities for a Durable Development" Symposium. The event was announced in the academic media by e-mail and local mass-media. Holding in Bucharest, it was possible to invite at the event a representative of Romanian Science and Technology Policy Maker. At the brokerage meeting attended 5 foreign scientists and around 30 Romanian scientists.

As a result, a number of 8 scientists expressed their interest in a future collaboration with our department. Most of EoI were made in the nanoscience and nanomaterials field.