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Winter School Venue and Location – 22nd February 2017

Aula H, Dipartimento di Scienze Chimiche, via Marzolo 1- Padova, Italy
POSTER SESSION: Aula Studio (ground floor), Dipartimento di Scienze Chimiche, via Marzolo 1- Padova, Italy


Scientific Meeting Venue and Location – 23rd February 2017

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Aula Nievo, Palazzo Del Bo, via 8 Febbraio 2, Padova, Italy

University of Padova Website: http://www.unipd.it/en/

 


How to get to Padova

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Travelling to Padova: http://www.unipd.it/en/discovering-padova-0/getting-here


Optional lunch time visit to the Palazzo Bo

For Paduans, it had already been a landmark for almost a century: an inn with the sign of the ‘Bo’ – the Ox – had already been mentioned in a document of 1364 under the name of Hospitium Bovis. The name may derive from its proximity to the quarter traditionally occupied by the Bechariarum (butchers) or by the fact that cattle were traded there in former times. But the original core of the Bo is much older, as there were buildings on the site as early as the 13th century; according to scholars, parts of these buildings still exist within the Palazzo. Strangely, the link between Bo and University may also have its origin in cattle trading: it seems that in 1405 Francesco, heir of the da Carrara family, lords of Padova, donated the building to a butcher who had assured him of regular supplies of meat. In 1539, the University acquired full ownership. Read more>>


 

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Project Coordinator: Professor Emiel Hensen, E.J.M.Hensen@TUE.NL Project Manager: Dr Gabriela Dima, G.E.Dima@TUE.NL

NOVACAM is a coordinated EU-Japan project supported by the European Union and the Japan Science and Technology Agency. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 604319.