Livorno - Week 43 - Monday 20th October 2014
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From the IFRF Office
Contributed by Tomasz Klajny – IFRF Director
Livorno, Monday 20th October 2014
Last week, 13th and 14th October, took place executive committee and general assembly meetings of the Brisk project. During the meeting were reviewed new Transnational Access (TA) applications. However, many partners are looking for researchers willing to come to them for the research tests at designated research facilities. The full list of partners and their facilities can be found at Brisk project website and at IFRF website. All interested parties can contact us, project coordinator Andrew Martin from KTH or directly our partners for more information.
From the CF Chairman Office
Contributed by Sébastien Caillat
Paris, France, Monday 20th October 2014
From the BFRC Chairman Office
Contributed by Roger Dudill
Cardiff, Monday 20th October 2014
Spring 2015 British Flame Technical Meeting is going to be held on Wednesday 13th May 2015 at Cardiff University.
The meeting will mark the re-launch of the ‘Flame Day’ series of meetings at which contributions on the widest range of Energy, Combustion and related Environmental topics from both Industry and Academia will be aired through technical papers presentations and poster displays.
From the Sydney, Australia
Contributed by Patrick Lavery
Sydney, Monday 20th October 2014
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