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Volos 21/3/2017

Alexander Koulidi’s lecture analyses the way in which the environmental dimension is integrated in the development planning through environmental licensing. The main aspects include concepts such as the adequacy of preventive action, the humanistic basis of environmental protection and the balancing character of environmental licensing. Then, the new institutional framework is analysed, with reference both to the origins of EU law and to mapping procedures applicable in practice. The content of environmental studies and the critical points of each chapter are also reviewed. Τhe lecture concludes with the presentation of practical environmental permit cases of major projects, which analyses the challenges that arise during the process, the requirements of the individual scientific issues and, finally, the practical results of the process.

 

Volos 21/3/2017

The Department of Literature and Children’s Book of the Laboratory of Language and Culture of the Department of Early Childhood Education of the University of Thessaly and the Group Action for Poetry, consisting of students from the Department of Early Childhood Education of the University of Thessaly, invites you to celebrate with them the World Poetry Day and leave your own or your favorite poets’ verses on the “COLUMN OF POETRY”, on TUESDAY 21ST OF MARCH, at 12:15.
Students are going to read verses in front of the university (at the seafront). Then, we will be going to St Nicolas square for another reading action. Come and share with us this experience, regardless of age or any other element that makes us seem different. Because poetry unites us. Poets, actors, writers, artists, etc will take part in the action, as well.

 

Volos 29/3/2017

On Wednesday, March 29 2017, at 18:00, in the ‘Saratsis” amphitheatre at the University of Thessaly (“Papastratos” building), Professor Sandrine Huber (University of Lorraine) and Professor Alexander Mazarakis Ainian (University of Thessaly) will present the book "Les sanctuaires archaïques des Cyclades".

 

Lamia 3-4/4/2017

On Tuesday 4 April, from 15.00 to 19.00, in the Amphitheater I of the School of Science of the University of Thessaly in Lamia, Dr. Juliette Leblond (Senior Researcher (DR2), INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, France) and PhD student Mr. Christos Papageorgakis (INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, France) will give us a series of talks in which they will present their research teams at INRIA, France and discuss some of their recent research findings.
Dr. Juliette Leblond and Mr. Christos Papageorgakis will be visiting the department of Computer Science and Biomedical Informatics on Monday 3 April and Tuesday 4 April.

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Larissa 6-8/4/2017

It is our great pleasure to invite you to our comprehensive practical workshop of diagnosing and managing patients with intracranial gliomas. Our workshop aims to cover all aspects of gliomas, from their genetic analysis and profiling, to the most advanced surgical resection techniques, the long-term follow-up and support of these patients. An astonishing multi-national faculty, including leading figures in the field of neuro-oncology, assures that the participants will be able to familiarize themselves with all advanced imaging and surgical techniques utilized for the most efficient and safe management of patients with intracranial gliomas. A well-balanced combination of vivid presentations, stimulating debates, highly-didactic video sessions, and practical hands-on approaches will ensure that each participant will be exposed to all diagnostic methodologies, the latest surgical strategies, and the most recent adjuvant treatment protocols. Moreover, the interactive e-poster session will serve as a forum for exchanging bright new ideas regarding basic science, translational and clinical glioma research. The event is hosted in the hospitable city of Larissa, where Hippocrates practiced medicine and spent his last days. Larissa is located in the heart of the Greek mainland, less than an hour from the mythical Mt. Olympus, the unique Meteora monasteries and Pelion, the mountain of Centaurus. It is also conveniently connected to the spectacular islands of Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonissos. We are looking forward to welcoming you in Larissa in April 2017 and making this an unforgettable experience for you.

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Volos 27/4/2017

The University of Thessaly, in the context of the EU PATHWAYS Project (Grant Agreement: n. 663474), is organizing an International Seminar / Working Group on April 27th, 16.00-18.00, at the Tsalapatas Multimedia Center in Volos, Thessaly, Greece. The topic of the Seminar is the (re)integration of people with chronic diseases and mental health issues in the labour market and the promotion of relevant strategies and policies at a national and a European level.
The International Seminar / Working Group is organized by the scientific coordinator of the Greek Partner (i.e. the University of Thessaly), Professor Vlachou Anastasia (Special Education Department, UTH).
The aim of the Working Group is to identify and discuss the challenges and the barriers that people with chronic diseases encounter during the (re)integration into the labour market as well as to propose strategies/recommendations that contribute to the development of inclusive working environments.
Representatives from 10 European countries, the World Health Organization, the International Labour Organization as well as representatives from national, local, and regional stakeholders from Greece will participate in the Working Group.
PATHWAYS (PArticipation To Healthy Workplaces And inclusive Strategies in the Work Sector) is a 3-year EU Project that contributes to the “Development of innovative approaches to promote the professional (re)integration of people with chronic diseases and improve their employment status”. The increasing rate of chronic diseases and mental health issues as well as the current economic crisis intensify the challenges related to employment (re)integration of people with chronic diseases and mental health issues. These challenges require call for action, at a national and a European level, in order to develop innovative strategies that promote a more inclusive labour market.

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Volos 3/5/2017

A topic related to Blue Energy and Blue Growth: Hydrodynamics and near-trapping effects in arrays of multiple elliptical cylinders in waves (Prof. Ioannis K. Chatjigeorgiou)

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Volos 4/5/2017

The University of Cincinnati archaeological excavations at the Palace of Nestor, Pylos resumed on May 18, 2015for the first time since 1969. During the course of the campaign, the so-called grave of the "Griffin Warrior" was discovered a few hundred meters from the Palace. This presentation will describe the excavation of this remarkable grave and discuss in detail the four gold rings found therein. The discovery of four gold rings in association with the male individual was unexpected and unprecedented. The iconography of these rings is extraordinary and of great significance for the study of Minoan and Mycenaean ideology in the early Late Bronze Age.This unique, undisturbed burial affords an unparalleled opportunity to examine aspects of Early Mycenaean funerary ritual, gender association with grave goods, and burial structure that cannot be obtained through more standard multi-individual burial contexts.

 

Larissa 5/5/2017

The Hellenic Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, the Laboratory of Biochemistry of the Medical School, and the Laboratory of Structural and Functional Biochemistry of the Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology of the University of Thessaly are organizing the workshop “Biochemistry and health: from cell to therapy” at the Hippocrates amphitheater in Biopolis Larissa, on Friday 5th of May 2017 (9:00 - 19:30). The workshop will present cutting-edge topics in the fields of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with emphasis on their therapeutic significance.

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