Final IMAT Conference - November 12, 2014 Villa La Quiete alle Montalve, Florence, Italy
After 3 years of successful research, the University of Florence Department of Industrial Engineering and the IMAT Project are pleased to invite you to a day of talks at the Villa La Quiete alle Montalve in Florence, to share the research results of the three year IMAT project, launched under the European Commission’s 7th Framework program for scientific research to explore the application of carbon nanotubes and silver nano particles for an innovative, mobile, and accurate heat transfer technology for the conservation of artworks and cultural heritage assets. During the program, the prototypes, designers and researchers will be available for demonstration and discussion of the device. The symposium is free and open to the public, but the number of places is limited. Participant registration will be made available on a first come first serve basis, and will be confirmed directly after registration. Please see the attached program and registration form below. All queries and registration forms should be send to Dr. Rocco Furferi, Università di Firenze, Via di Santa Marta, 3, 50139, or email: rocco.furferi@unifi.it, no later than November 9, 2014. We hope that you may attend, and look forward to meeting you in Florence!