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The Kick-off Meeting of the NOMATEN Teaming Phase 2 project will take place in Warsaw and Świerk on December 10-11, 2019. The organizers expect that the meeting will also be attended by representatives of the European Commission, Polish ministries interested in the implementation of the project and the Foundation for Polish Science.

Professor Mikko Alava was appointed director of the NOMATEN CoE

The process of creating the NOMATEN Center of Excellence is entering a decisive phase: Professor Mikko Alava has assumed the position of director and will soon start completing research teams. CoE NOMATEN is to explore new functional materials. It was created thanks to a grant in the Teaming for excellence competition and thanks to the support of the Foundation for Polish Science. 

image courtesy: European Research and Innovation Days

On 24 – 26 September 2019 the Nomaten Teaming Phase 2 project representatives attended the European Research and Innovation Days, the first annual policy event of the European Commission bringing together stakeholders to debate and shape the future research and innovation landscape.

On 20-24 May 2019, professor Jacek Jagielski, coordinator of the NOMATEN Teaming project, visited the Japanese Atomic Energy Agency.

On May 13-17, 2019, the NOMATEN CoE group was visited by scientists from the Centre for High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy Laboratory from Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

On 24th April 2019 prof. Jacek Jagielski talked about NOMATEN CoE during "Kurier Mazowiecki" local news hosted by TVP3 chanel.

On April, 23rd Prime Ministers Mateusz Morawiecki and Jarosław Gowin visited Świerk. The visit was concluded by a joint press conference with NCBJ Director General Krzysztof Kurek. The topic of the conference was awarding Polish applicants with 3 out of 13 EU grants in the Teaming for Excellence competition. The grants were expected to aid in creation of Excellence Centres and our NOMATEN project was one of the winners

The NOMATEN Center of Excellence project was given as an example (the only) of initiatives in the new Union that deserved funding under the Horizon 2020 program to boost research and innovation performance and inspiring the scientific community to develop new products and processes in tandem with leading scientific institutes from all over Europe (read more)

Centre of Excellence NOMATEN created in NCBJ in Świerk, Poland will receive 15 million euro of support from the European Union. The project became the beneficiary of the Teaming EU competition. The NOMATEN CoE was created in 2018 as a result of an agreement between NCBJ and the Foundation for Polish Science. The project was prepared at NCBJ with the participation of the CEA (France) and VTT (Finland)...

Prof. Jacek Jagielski from The National Centre for Nuclear, Research, Poland, who is the Nomaten CoE Project Coordinator, talks about the NOMATEN Centre of Excellence (video).

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