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Constructal Theory: What the future holds – NSF Workshop and Franklin Institute Symposium

Two tightly linked events are being organized to celebrate 20 years of research and development of the Constructal Theory – register online to participate and celebrate!

NSF Symposium – “Constructal Theory: After 20 years of exploration and what the future holds”

What the future holds - NSF

This one-and-a-haf-day symposium will bring speakers from both the industry and the academy at the Villanova University, Tuesday and Wednesday the 17th and 18th of April, 2018: Program of the Villanova Workshop.

Online registration and information:

 

 

The Franklin Institute Awards

– “Constructal Theory: What the future holds”

What the future holds - FI Half-day symposium, April 18, 2018, afternoon, as a tribute to the recent Franklin Institute Award granted to Professor Adrian Bejan: Program of the Villanova symposium.

Price: Free and open to the public – registration required. Refreshments will be served.

Register at: https://tinyurl.com/Bejan-Symposium

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