Over the course of the three days, the conference provided a stimulating platform for communication and discussion on a wide range of topics, from basic physics, chemistry to applied research on energy efficiency, the environment, materials and isotopic technologies.
This year’s edition was attended by scientific personalities from universities, institutes and research centers in Italy, Great Britain, France, Belgium, Norway, Russia, Slovenia, Hungary and Romania.
The event brought together 180 participants, of which 26 from abroad, and 17 plenary presentations, 31 oral presentations, 138 posters were disseminated.
At the same time, on Friday, September 24, during the conference, the micro-symposium “Celebrating over half a century of Magnetic Resonance in Romania” took place. This event was organized by the magnetic resonance community (RPE / RES, MRI), aiming to celebrate the pioneering contributions of Professor Ioan Ursu to the development of this field in Romania.