Affiliated Societies

European Biomass Industry Association (EUBIA)

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EUBIA is a non- profit association, established in Brussels (Belgium) in 1996. Its aim consists on promoting a sustainable use of biomass as a source of energy and the cooperation among stakeholders within the bioenergy field. The organisation represents the interest of its members, SMEs, research Institutes, universities and companies working in the field of biomass across Europe.

EUBIA, as well as its members, are involved on several EU funded projects, H2020, LIFE+ and BBI among others. EUBIA is committed on informing the industry on the latest legislative and technological developments of the market, as well as strengthening European policies, protecting industrial interest while preserving the environment, identifying new opportunities, promoting job creation and a sustainable development worldwide.

Learn more about EUBIA at: www.eubia.org

Polish Society of Applied Electromagnetics (PTZE)

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The Polish Society of Applied Electromagnetics (PTZE) was established in 1990 as a forum for the exchange of thoughts, ideas, and experiences among people interested in and dealing with various applications of electromagnetism. The number of members of the Society is ca. 300 as of the end of 2019. The aims of the Society are listed below:

  • Promotion of collaboration among scientists representing various subjects of engineering and science that use electromagnetic fields;
  • Exchange of scientific information;
  • Support for young researchers by organizing scholarships, scientific visits, and professional courses;
  • Organizing scientific conferences, both domestic and international;
  • Collaborating with domestic and international societies.

The Polish Society of Applied Electromagnetics realizes the aims shown above which can be seen, among others, in the number of conferences organized since 1991 continuously. What is more, the Society has also organized some Joint Seminars with Japanese researchers, and Joint Seminars with colleagues from Slovenia and Macedonia. Since 1990, the Society has organized a couple of scientific projects solving academic and engineering problems for the industry and society, which have also helped young colleagues to attain their scientific degrees.

The Polish Society of Applied Electromagnetism covers a wide area of electromagnetic applications, from very conventional electrical engineering through agricultural engineering to medicine. Recently, the interest of the members has been focused on the links between medicine and electromagnetism.

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