The conference series entitled "Euro-Mediterranean
Conference on Materials and Renewable Energies" (EMCMRE) was
launched in 2011 with the aim to strengthen the relationships between
material scientists from Europe and countries on the south and east
sides of the Mediterranean Sea. Since then we have broadened
the participation of scientists, with speakers coming from the USA,
Japan, China and Australia. During the 5 first editions of the conference,
a number of students have presented their work, and were able to
connect with scientists for opportunities for internships, PhDs
and postdoctoral fellowships.
The scientific topics of the EMCMRE conference
are revised each year to offer a program of relevance to participants
from countries around the Mediterranean Sea. Priority is given to
novel problems using state of the art experimental techniques as
well as advanced theoretical and computational approaches for materials
science. For instance, a new session “Power to X” will be introduced
during the upcoming conference, to reflect the key role Morocco
is playing in this field.
The topics of the EMCMRE conference encompasses
several branches of physics, chemistry, biology and computer science
relevant to renewable energies. The targeted audience includes professors,
and researchers and engineers from universities, engineering schools
and research institutes. While the conference will include oral
and poster presentations as well as plenary and keynote presentations
given by high profile scientists, the program is crafted to have
a special emphasis on the participation of PhD and master students
from both sides of the Mediterranean Sea. The organizing committee
works closely with students in their preparation of conference abstracts,
posters and presentations. In addition, during this upcoming edition,
small student sessions will be offered to discuss careers in science
and engineering, and topics relevant to a successful transition
to the job market. In addition, this edition will propose a program
emphasizing the participation of Women in Engineering, Science and
Technology (WEST) from across the world.
The Kingdom of Morocco has reopened its sea and air borders under certain conditions.
SITUATION IN MOROCCO
Attendees entering Morocco must present a valid vaccination passport OR a negative PCR test result less than 72 hours old.
Click on the link
below for more information.
YOU NEED ALSO TO PRESENT
THE PUBLIC HEALTH PASSENGER FORM.
You can fill and print the form using this link: