• Dissemination Package for Outreach Activities (.pdf file 590.9kb)
  • Celebration of Recently Completed European Researcher's Night, 26th September 2014 (html) Activities in UNIPR 
  • Celebrating International Year of Light (IYL) 2015 (html)
  • Various Activities in Partner Institutions by our ESRs 
  • Nano2Fun ESRs visit schools as a part of Outreach Programme "Nano2Fun@School"  Nano2Fun Researchers Valentina Pia (ESR 9 of University of Antwerp, Belgium) and Siarhei Kurhuzenkau (ESR 3 of UNIPR, Italy), along with two other PhD Students Francesca Delchiaro and Nicola Castagnetti of UNIPR, visited schools in and around the neighborhood of Parma, Italy for the outreach activity "Nano2Fun@School" 
  • "Switch the Light On" -An Outreach Activity for IYL 2015 Nano2Fun ESRs Domna Nikolaidou (ESR2 UNIPR, Italy), Dzimitryi Ushakou (ESR12 PUS, Poland), Siarhei Kurhuzenkau (ESR3 UNIPR, Italy) and Valentina Pia (ESR9 UA, Belgium) demonstrated various interesting optical phenomenon to the first year Masters degree students of Bangalore University, India.
Photo courtesy to Slava (ESR5, LZH) and Domna (ESR2, UNIPR)
  • "Marie Skłodowska-Curie in Action" - 2 Outreach events during the Final Conference of Nano2Fun "MSCiA: Research and Innovation for All" (May 11, 2017): a round table with Klaus-GüntherBarthel, Head of Unit with MSCN-ITN, European Commission, Research Executive Agency. The conversation showed how ITN projects are seen from different point of views: perspectives from the United States, Industry and Academia worlds. The event was open to professors, researchers and personnel of Parma University. "MSCiA: boosting your career" (May 12, 2017): Klaus-Günther Barthel illustrated the opportunities offered to young researchers by to MSCA to sudents and researchers of Parma University. Matthias Gester from Procter&Gamble - associated partner of Nano2Fun - gave useful tips to plan a career and some of the Nano2Fun fellows talked about their experiences within hte network
Photos courtesy to Matteo Masino and Roberto Blandino Alamia (UNIPR)

      • "European Researchers' Night", September 29, 2017 Nano2Fun Coordinator Anna Painelli, Francesca Terenziani and Matteo Masino (UNIPR, Italy) demonstrated popular phenomena related to light and light-matter interaction (refraction, diffraction, absorption, luminescence). The demonstrations wew done using easily affordable tools, so that it is possible to repeat them at home. The audience was constituted by people of different ages, including students from primary to high school.
Photo courtesy to Matteo Masino (UNIPR)