Università di Milano-Bicocca: 4 Borse di dottorato in Scienza e Nanotecnologia dei Materiali in collaborazione con Pirelli Tyre S.p.A.
Events, conferences and schools organized by AIM and other events in the field of macromolecules science and technology
The Italian Association of Science and Technology of Macromolecules (AIM) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1975 and was officially incorporated in 1983 with the aim of promoting the research and studies about the macromolecules science in their various aspects from the scientific point of view to technical applications. For this reason, AIM organizes and promotes conferences, schools, workshops and seminars on various aspects that characterize the polymer industry also taking care of the publication of educational material such as the Periodic AIM Magazine, and various texts concerning the synthesis and characterization of polymers.
Currently the association has about 700 members from both the academic world (universities and CNR) and from the industry (including small and medium industries). For this reason AIM is the natural meeting point, and a place for dialogue between these two worlds that despite having common interests are often characterized by experiences, cultures, needs and perspectives.