Upcoming events:

Past events:

Neutron & Synchrotron Radiation for Science & Technology Symposium 13-14 December 2021

Talk by Prof. Winfried Retry, TU-München, Germany "Excellent European Neutron Sources, from the past to the future"
Talk by Prof. Adrian Rennie, Uppsala Univ, Sweden "Probing interfaces - exploiting the special contrasts with neutrons and tuning the depth of studies



Online Mini Symposium in Dublin - Trinity College Dublin - 20th of January

Workshop in Göttingen - Max Plank Institute for Dynamics and Self Organization - 1st-3rd July 2020

Winter School: Hands-on Microfluidics - Microfluidics Cluster - The University of the Basque Country (Spain) - 27th-29th January 2020

Local organizer: Fernando Benito and Lourdes Basabe-Desmonts

The Winter School was held in Vitoria-Gasteiz at The Microfluidics Cluster UPV/EHU.

Students from European Project MAMI have been working on different projects related to microfluidics: paper microfluidics, 3D printed microfluidics, cells on a chip and polymer fabrication of microfluidic devices.

Workshop 2: Magnetism and Life - The University of Latvia (Latvia) - 15th-17th May 2019

Local organizer: Andrejs Cebers

The second workshop of the network was held in Riga at the University of Latvia.

Training in the field of Magnetism were performed with emphasis on non-physics sciences. The audience was also introduced to the industrial applications of permanent magnets. Finally, this workshop also had a session on Life Sciences.

The supervisory board members at the second workshop of the project (May 2019)
The fifteen students of the project at the end of the workshop (May 2019)

Workshop 1: How to conduct a successful PhD - Jožef Stefan Institute (Slovenia) - 5th-7th December 2018

Local organizer: Ingrid Milošev

The first workshop of the network was held in Ljubljana at the Jožef Stefan Institute.

It started with a one-day introductory meeting for all ESRs and beneficiaries to meet each other. The ESRs were then introduced to good practice in both laboratory and industry-oriented research. This is a key goal of the ITN, as starting PhD students are usually unaware of these issues after their academic education. 

The MaMi team at the first workshop of the project (December 2018)