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8th International Forum on Solid Waste

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From 06/12 to 06/14, UTFPR carried out in partnership with the Venturi Institute the 8th International Forum on Solid Waste. The event had several panels, oral and banner presentations, mini-courses, a technical visit and exhibition of handicrafts using recycled materials.

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If you are interested in the area of solid waste and water resources, access the annals of the 8th FIRS in the page: http://institutoventuri.org.br/ojs/index.php/firs/issue/view/2

International Seminar on the Prospection of Renewable Energies

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From April 5 to 12, 2017, the International Seminar on the Prospection of Renewable Energies was held, coordinated by the research group Public Policies and Dynamics of Territorial Development, led by Prof. Dr. Christian Luiz da Silva, that received Prof. Dr. Mayra Casas Vilardell (Universidad de Pinar del Río), or Prof. Dr. Alain Hernández Santoyo, postdoctoral fellow by the Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná, and Prof. Arielys Martínez Hernández, of the Universidad de Pinar del Río, who is doing her sandwich doctorate from March to September this year in the Postgraduate Program in Technology and Society under the supervision of Prof. Christian.

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This seminar is part of the international cooperation between the Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná and the Universidad de Pinar del Río (UPR) funded by the MÊS/CUBA call of CAPES. The project is in the third year of completion and ends in 2018. In addition to the work missions, study missions are being carried out as part of this year’s visit by Prof. Arielys. Prof. Decio Estevão do Nascimento will be doing his post-doctorate at UPR by the end of this year.

The project is financed by the funding call (Edital Universal) and this time has new partners, such as Unioeste and UNILA.

This project is part of the internationalization efforts of the Postgraduate Program in Technology and Society (PPGTE) and the Planning and Public Governance Program (PPGPGP). It also has the support of and joint actions with the Department of Management and Economics (DAGEE).