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Twinning for a step forward of the Theoretical Physics Division of the Ruđer Bošković Institute


Project description

Project: EU H2020 CSA-2015 number 692194

Duration: 1/2/2016 – 31/1/2019

Funding: 999.987,50 €

Coordinator: Vinko Zlatić (email) (original Fabrizio Nesti (email))

Participant organization name Country
Rudjer Boskovic Institute (RBI) - COORDINATOR Croatia
International School of Advanced Studies (SISSA) Italy
Laboratoire de Physique Theorique d'Orsay (LPT) France
Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU) Germany
Niels Bohr Institute (NBI) Denmark
Project Management Board Contacts

The three-years RBI-T-WINNING project is a Coordination and Support measure funded by the European Commission under H2020. It provides funding to support existing research activity like support for travel, initiation of collaborations, organization of events and lectures, and exchanges of best practices with excellent institutions. It is granted to the Division of Theoretical Physics (DTP) at Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI). Research topics in theoretical physics at DTP are broad, from understanding the basic constituents of the Universe, to the study of new materials and complex systems, and the research is performed within the Division mostly in collaboration with European research institutions. However, the effectiveness and impact is increasingly suffering from a strong limitation of resources. The RBI-T-WINNING project will provide the complementary funding for theoretical physics, with the aim of raising the research profile to that of excellent institutions. This aim will be pursued by supporting strong links with leading European research institutions. Intensive exchange of knowledge and experience will be organized with SISSA, CNRS/University of Paris-Sud Orsay, Ludwig Maximilian University and Niels Bohr Institute, excellent European institutes and altogether cover the investigations within theoretical physics. The set of measures include staff exchanges, training, conferences, summer schools, dissemination and outreach activities for impact on the local community.


Project ended on 31 Jan 2019 (Finishing up and preparing the final reports!)

Closing event of the RBI-T-Winning project on Thuesday, Feb. 12th. at 10:30, (3. wing lecture hall)



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