24th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics
Near Surface Geoscience Conference & Exhibition 2018
EU Affairs at the Near Surface Geoscience 2018
At the Near Surface Geoscience 2018 Conference and Exhibition, EAGE will have the pleasure of hosting Dr Marcin L. Sadowski, Head of Sector for Raw Materials at the European Commission.
During the Opening Session (Monday 10 September, 08:45-11:00 hrs), Dr Sadowski will speak on the relationship between the European Union and the near surface geoscience industry, specifically regarding EU policies on raw materials.
Dr Sadowski will also host a dedicated session on EU policies and funding opportunities in relation to raw materials, minerals and mining, adding a practical emphasis to our Near Surface programme.
This dynamic dialogue between the EU's foremost authority on raw materials and members of the near surface community will be complemented by the presence of our EU Affairs team.
To learn more, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and bookmark this page for updates on our programme.
About Marcin Sadowski
Marcin Sadowski obtained a PhD in physics from the University of Warsaw in 1994 and later worked on investigating the optical properties of semiconducting structures and materials at the University of Warsaw, the University of Montpellier, and the High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Grenoble. In 2007 he moved to the European Commission in Brussels. For several years, he was a Research Programme Officer at the Directorate General for Research of the European Commission, responsible for research on advanced materials. Since 2014, he is the Head of the Raw Materials sector at the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (EASME) of the European Commission, responsible for the research and innovation projects of Horizon 2020 concerned with Raw Materials.
Field Demonstrations will be held Tuesday 11 September from 15.20 – 17.00 hrs.
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