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Research Student Price Oral Presentation Award
Jun 04, 2013Eleni-Asimina Kabouraki was awarded the Research Student Price Oral Presentation Award and an Attendance Bursary for Research Students at the Symposium J, E-MRS Spring Meeting 2013 for the presentation of her work: "Quantum dot based higher order nonlinear photonic devices"
The Onassis Foundation Science Lecture Series 2013 in PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY
Jun 03, 2013The Onassis Seminar Lecture Series of 2013 in Physics and Chemistry is devoted to: “Nanoscience and Nanotechnology” with emphasis on graphene and related applications.
Professor Tokatlidis elected as member of EMBO
May 31, 2013Kostas Tokatlidis, Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Technology at the University of Crete and an affiliated Researcher at the Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Foundation of Research and Technology Hellas (IMBB-FORTH) has been elected as a member of the European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO).
Διάκριση ερευνητών του ΙΤΕ για την ανάπτυξη του συστήματος επεξεργασίας ήχου: SSDRC που βελτιώνει την αντίληψη λόγου σε θορυβώδη περιβάλλοντα.
May 31, 2013Turn down the volume! Noise in everyday life is a significant and growing problem that, according to the World Health Organisation, is responsible for many healthy years of life lost . And it is not just traffic,mobile devices or so-called personal music equipment that is responsible, but speech itself. Anyone unfortunate enough to spend much time at a public transport interchange or airport is assailed by loud, distorted and repetitive announcements. Keeping the volume high is the easy way to ensure that anyone listening gets the message, especially in noisy environments, but is it the smartest solution?