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Research on the thermal behavior of Heraklion city center conducted by FORTH
Jul 26, 2018A research on the thermal behavior of Heraklion city center is conducted by the Institute of Applied and Computational Mathematics of FORTH (Remote Sensing Lab - http://rslab.gr) in collaboration with the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).
The Vice Mayor of Qingdao at FORTH
Jul 26, 2018A Delegation from the Qingdao Bureau of Commerce, headed by Vice Mayor Mr Wang Luming and accompanied by representatives from large businesses of the city visited FORTH.
Summer School at FORTH: Laser technologies in Cultural Heritage analysis, diagnosis and conservation
Jul 05, 2018For the 6th consecutive year, the Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser of FORTH is organizing the "OPTO-CH 2018" Summer School, entitled "Laser technologies in Cultural Heritage analysis, diagnosis and conservation". This year's Summer School focuses on issues related to the protection of Monuments against Climate Change and is being conducted within the framework of the European H2020 project HERACLES ("HEritage Resilience Against Climate Events on-site") (GA 700395).
“COMnPLAY SCIENCE: Learning science the fun and creative way!”
Jun 27, 2018The Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory of the Institute of Computer Science of FORTH participates in the COMnPLAY SCIENCE project that aims to help Europe better understand the new ways in which informal science learning is taking place through various coding, making, and play activities that young Europeans (children, adolescents and young adults) are nowadays increasingly engaged with, outside school and higher education science classrooms, beyond the formal boundaries of science education.