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Advances in Organic Synthesis
K. N. Toosi University of Technology would like to have an extended relationship with universities and research institutes around the world to create partnership opportunities that promote the quality of the research in new subjects. In this regard, collaboration with Russia universities is a goal.
The “Advances in Organic Synthesis Webinar” in K. N. Toosi University of Technology is a platform for promoting cooperation between Russian and Iranian scientists sharing scientific interests in organic synthesis as well as interdisciplinary research subjects.
German-Iranian International Workshop
This international workshop is the first workshop planned within the BMBF/MSRT-funded mobility project FORZA. The Reconstruction of FORest decline processes in the ZAgros forests of Western Iran using remote sensing and dendrochronology (FORZA) project aims to consolidate and deepen existing collaborations between the K.N.Toosi University of Technology, Faculty of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Institute of Geography and Geo-ecology in the field of forest research, remote sensing and sustainable management of forest resources in order to establish a long-term research cooperation. The thematic focus is on forest damage processes in the oak forests of western Iran, known as Zagros forests. The important technical objectives of FORZA are the joint research and the exchange of scientists and students. In addition, FORZA aims to expand the scientific network on forest and environmental research in Iran and Germany. The aim is to complement the existing expertise in the field of remote sensing with additional expertise in the fields of ecology and forest biometry.
Virtual Nano Symposium IRCN 2021
Official collaborations in science and technology, especially on Nanotechnology, have been recently initiated between Iran and China. Many effective programs have been launced in this regard, such as the joint program by Iran vice presidency for science and technology and China Academy of Science (CAS). This event aims to initiate and promote scientific collaboration between Iranian and Chinese scientists. We propose to organize and run this event by the consortium of 5 top Iranian Universities of Technology (UT5), in order to facilitate direct contact of the leading scientists of these universities with their Chinese counterparts. Furthermore, in this event, a special program to introduce Iranian startup companies in this field to Chinese Technoparks and investment agencies is considered. We propose that the yearly event of NanoIRCN to be held virtually in 2021 and be continued in the consecutive years in Iran and China.