From 9 to 12 July Thessaloniki, Greece, will host a summer school focused on circular bioeconomy, organized in partnership with the Italian Master “Bioeconomy in the Circular Economy”.
The major aim of this summer school is to bring together young people and tutors from the Academia, Research, Industry and Stakeholders from the Mediterranean area and the Balkans.
Professionals, young researchers and students (Postgraduate level and above) will have the opportunity to present their interests and activities related to Sustainability and Bioeconomy in their countries and Institutions. Pre-graduate students will be accepted as attendants. The school will be chaired by Constantinos E. Vorgias, professor at University of Athens.
“We are expecting – he says – the contribution of 40 people and the expected benefits are: (a) widening of knowledge in the hot area of Sustainable Development and one of its instruments, the Bioeconomy; (b) to show of the regional character of Mediterranean and Balkan; (c) to network in a dynamic way and undertake common activity and projects; (d) to enjoy the Greek hospitality.”