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2007-2013 EU funds for new extension of Department of Wood Science

Ljubljana, 30 November 2015 – Government Office for Development and European Cohesion, acting as the Managing Authority for European Structural Funds and the Cohesion Fund, approved the project “New extension of the University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Wood Science” worth nearly EUR 1.1 million. The project will be co-financed by European Regional Development Fund under the 2017-2013 programming period in the amount of nearly EUR 688 thousand.

The construction of the new extension – its total surface encompassing 542.26 m2 – of the Department of Wood Science at the Biotechnical Faculty will provide space for 3 laboratories, accompanying premises, 10 cabinets and space for communication, lavatories and storage. The new extension will replace the existing space which is predominantly unsuitable and rented. In additional to construction the investment will also finance purchasing new lab equipment and furniture which will facilitate smooth implementation of scientific, research and educational activities.       

Research infrastructure will be used by the employees at the Department for Wood Science (28 researchers and teaching staff), visiting researchers and students for the needs of experimental and research work performed for the purpose of writing their diplomas, Master’s and Doctorate theses. The new premises and new primary infrastructure will improve the quality of work and enhance the intensity of inclusion in modern research flows and visits by foreign researchers at the Department of Wood Science. The units which are not connected in terms of location will be joined which will enhance cooperation and improve the usage of joint research infrastructure. New premises will thus enhance cooperation and the flow and transfer of knowledge in economy (paper industry, wood-processing, construction and other industries).      

New research infrastructure will also serve as a basis for the newly-established infrastructure centre in the framework of the Network of infrastructure centres of the University of Ljubljana, namely the Infrastructure centre for the preparation, ageing and field testing of wood and lingo-cellulosic materials (IC LES PST).   

For more information about the project contact Ministry of Education, Science and Sport.

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