Science Week Madrid 2017

María Azzurra Riezzo, Early Stage Researcher 2 of the DYNACOMP network, participated in Madrid Science Week 2017. The Madrid Science Week (organized by Madri+d) is an outreach initiative of science, technology and innovation addressed to all audiences of all ages and scientific levels that takes place throughout the Region of Madrid. It contributes to discuss the challenges that society is facing and promotes public awareness of science, increases accessibility to scientific knowledge and generates new ways of social participation. Its main aims are to disseminate the results of research, opening spaces where it is performed and foster scientific careers and entrepreneurship among young people

María joined the activity entitled “Manufacturing composite panels“, where staff from IMDEA Materials Institute conducted a hands-on workshop related to composite manufacturing (one of the activities carried out in the DYNACOMP project)

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Participants manufacturing composite panels at IMDEA Materials facilities

Researchers’ Night Madrid 2017

María Azzurra Riezzo, Early Stage Researcher 2 of the DYNACOMP network, participated in Madrid Researchers’ Nignt 2017. This event is part of the European Researchers’ Night, a Europe-wide public event dedicated to popular science and fun learning. It takes place each year on the last Friday in September. Around 30 countries and over 300 cities are involved.

María joined the activity entitled “Researchers working in industry. European Corner“, where fellows belonging to the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions conducted hands-on experiments related to their research activities. During the event, Maria explained the mechanical behaviour “Silly Putty” mechanical (a toy based on silicone polymers that have unusual physical properties).

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General view of the event “Researchers working in industry. European Corner”, held at Espacio Fundación Telefónica (Madrid)

Maria Azzurra researchers night 2017

María Azzurra explaining her interests in twitter, via @jesusrojo76

The DYNACOMP project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 722096