10. nanotehnološki dan

Projekt SUNGREEN in Univerza v Novi Gorici se predstavljata na 10. nanotehnološkem dnevu, ki ga pripravlja Odbor za znanost in tehnologijo pri Obrtno-podjetniški zbornici Slovenije. Potekal bo v četrtek, 18. aprila 2013, v dvorani Urška na Gospodarskem razstavišču v Ljubljani od 9.00 do 13.00. Prosojnice ...

Photocatalysis as a Tool for Sustainability

Thematic Workshop Photocatalysis as a Tool for Sustainability (Portorož, 24-25 September 2013)


Contact: Dr. Fernando Fresno García

The SUNGREEN Brochure

The project brochure was recently published. The online version is available here.


Welcome to SUNGREEN

The SUNGREEN project seeks to reinforce the University of Nova Gorica, strengthening its innovative approach to research and development of new knowledge in environmental science and novel nano-structured materials.

For more go to About SUNGREEN. Download SUNGREEN Brochure.

The University of Nova Gorica

The University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia, is the beneficiary of the SUNGREEN European Grant.  

The University of Nova Gorica is a higher education institution offering undergraduate and graduate study programmes and conducting scientific research. At present the University offers its programmes at seven schools while research is conducted at six laboratories and five centres.

The University of Nova Gorica research departments are part of a flexible organisational structure and are only formally divided into specific units. Research equipment is shared between departments and research work is often performed by interdisciplinary groups composed of research fellows from different departments.

  • Centre for Biomedical Sciences and Engineering,
  • Centre for Atmospheric Research,
  • Centre for Systems and Information Technologies,
  • Laboratory for Astroparticle Physics,
  • Laboratory for Environmental Research,
  • Laboratory for Multiphase Processes,
  • Laboratory of Organic Matter Physics,
  • Laboratory of Quantum Optics,
  • Materials Research Laboratory,
  • Research Centre for Humanities,
  • Wine Research Centre.