Dissemination and exploitation are integral part of the European research and innovation funding, and certain obligations in this regard arise even at the project proposal. By sharing their results with the rest of the scientific community, researchers contribute to the progress of science in general. Nevertheless, experience shows it's not always easy to meet these goals.
In this regard, the combination of SUM 2020 with the Venice 2020 Symposium provides the perfect stage for dissemination of EU projects focusing on the recovery of waste, both in terms of new materials and energy. Over 5 full days of conference, dedicated seminars will be organized where selected projects will have the chance to present what they have discovered, how they tackled the challenges they encountered and what are the next research steps in the fields covered by their activities.
If you are currently involved in a EU funded project and you are looking at ways to communicate your activities and results, then our conference is the place you are searching for! Send us a brief description of the project, including expected goals, and take part in the SUM 2020 EU project event!
A dedicated webpage will also be created on the conference website, where visual materials (posters, brochures, videos, presentations and the like) will be published so to disseminate each project content globally. Information will be also shared through the conference social networks and newsletters.