||Who we are?
After the successful
first Forum in 1999, the European Society for Young Scientistsis
sponsoring a 2nd Young Scientists Forum. The aim of this initiative
is to discuss education and training in Europe, emphasising
the existing and emerging career and research opportunities
in the field. The general objectives that were originally
suggested and developed during the 1st Forum will be elaborated.
Similarly to the first Forum, discussion will be fostered,
by creating an interactive environment amongst participants,
thus promoting an enriching discussion on topics that concern
everyone who graduated, or will do so. Biomaterials. Everyone's
thoughts are welcomed (not only from young scientists but
also those highly-experienced), both during its preparation,
as well as at the Forum.
The recognition of emerging new fields is of paramount
importance in order to create adequate training strategies,
and hence enlarging possible career choices. These emerging
subjects (disciplines, characterisation techniques, interdisciplinary
relations, etc.) that young researchers can study and develop
to attain differentiated opportunities in their future work
will be presented.Young scientists, who were the initiators
of organization's foundation, had big experience among youth
surroundings. Ideas, which came true within young Scientists,
were attempted on the basis of young scientists on social-humanitarian
directions, which was organized a year earlier As the result,
there also appeared necessity of specialists of exact sciences.
The doors are open for the representatives of all spheres
and directions of science.
The main purpose of our activity is rising of scientific
and spiritual-educational level of youth, because it is
One form of the our activities is holding scientific-informative
and practical seminars, conferences and round table discussions.
Young scientists, which participate in seminar's works have
an opportunity to meet with the existed ways of elaboration
and realization of the scientific projects. So we organized
several scientific conferences and seminars with the prominent
Western European scientists and researchers.