Romanian Inventors Forum in partnership with the “Gh. Asachi” Technical University, “Al. I. Cuza” University and “EUROPE DIRECT Iasi” organizes on May 12-14 this year the European Exhibition of Creativity and Innovation “EUROINVENT-2011”, third edition, which will take place in the Hall of Lost Steps, “Al. I. Cuza” University in Iasi. The event is aimed at inventors, researchers, students and doctoral candidates from research profile universities.
The event will be attended by representatives of associations of inventors, as well as independent researchers from several European countries. In the exhibition will be exhibited inventions, technologies, innovative research and projects developed in the last five years, which support creativity. The section “Innovative Research” will be organized for doctoral candidates, besides the standard classification of inventions. They will be able to present the themes of doctoral research. All presentations will be judged and rewarded. The Jury President of the current edition of the exhibition is Mr. Kane Kramer, inventor of the United Kingdom, which invented the “Digital Audio Player” (iPod).
Within the framework of the event will be held a workshop “Romanian Creativity in European context” (with sections: “Intellectual property and copyright in the current geopolitical context”, “Romanian scientific-technical creativity - past, present and future”, “Valuation of cultural and scientific-technical heritage), and the National Exhibition of Scientific-Technical Books (where will be awarded books appeared in the last two years and publishers that have printed works representative for the Romanian research).
Finally, it will be published a catalog in English (with ISBN) which will contain information of participants and their inventions.
Interested persons are asked to fill the online application form and send it to the address: http://www.eudirect.ro/euroinvent/doc/registration.doc
Contact person: Andrei Victor SANDU
+ (40) 745438604
Registration deadline for participants is April 15.