Like every year bachelor and doctorate students in «Research slam» presents new scientific ideas in simply way. This year finalists presents «pink glasses of augmented reality», «peculiarities of our thinking», «false memory effect on witnesses», smart fabric, perspectives of stem cell and Hippocampus.
One of the leading Latvian professional associations «Latvian waterworks and wastewater association» (LŪKA) celebrated their twenty-fifth birthday on 22.05.2015. LŪKA is grateful for the cooperation with Riga Technical University.
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Linda Mezule was in 12th International Conference on Chemical and Process Engineering, 19-22 May 2015, – Milano. ICheaP-12 is the twelfth event in a series of biannual events started in 1993 with «The first International Conference on Chemical and Process Engineering» organized by AIDIC, the Italian Association of Chemical Engineering. Linda participated with poster «Fermentable Sugar Production from Lignocellulosic Waste».
On 21th to 22th May 2015, PhD student and a research assistant of Water Research Laboratory Alina Nescerecka was presenting two abstracts in biennial «How Dead is Dead?» at Eawag. Her poster get 2nd place as one of the best presented there.
On 18th to 21th May 2015, two students from Sweden Chalmers University of Technology, Anielka Salinas Niedbalski and Victor Vinas, were visiting Riga within them Master theses. In these days they were visiting the installations of Riga’s surface water treatment plant to collect data for our thesis project. The tour served to get a first-hand account of the plant and, afterwards, to interview Baiba Gulbe and Kamila Gruskevica (researcher at RTU) about the current situation of drinking water in Latvia.
On May 17th in Sigulda was a seminar about control measures of hogweed spread and alternative use of biomass. Where Linda Mezule presented «Biobutanol production possibilities from lignocellulosic biomass».
On 7th and 8th May Brigita Dalecka, Kristine Rugele and Linda Mezule were in Tartu, Estonia, in conference «Biosystems Engineering 2015». The Biosystems Engineering aims to become the leading annual conference in Baltic region in fields related to traditional and modern engineering techniques and technical solutions applied to biological systems.
«Being one-step ahead is the key to success» article about technology and company NeoZeo, where researcher is Kristine Rugele (Competence Centre project).
The Thesis of Kristine Rugele «Anaerobic digestion of dairy residues and process enhancement using composite materials from industrial wastes» for the doctoral degree in engineering sciences was publicly defended on the 12th March 2015, at the Riga Technical University, Faculty of Materials Science and Applied Chesmistry. Supervisors: Assoc. Prof., Dr.sc.ing. Juris Vanags and Prof., Dr.sc.ing. Tālis Juhna.