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The IV IVIO-UPV Chair Symposium Comes to Campus Gandia

The IVIO Chair of Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València is set to hold its fourth symposium titled “Interdisciplinary Dentistry and New Technologies”. The new and long-awaited edition is targeted at dental professionals and all those interested, with the aim of showcasing innovative research and techniques that are transforming oral implantology and periodontics.

The event will be held on Friday, April 26 at Campus Gandia of the UPV. All those interested can register and consult the full agenda in the the IVIO-UPV Chair directory and on the UPV Permanent Training Center page.

The symposiums hosted by the Chair finally make their comeback after their last edition in 2019. This is further evidence of the institution commitment to organizing first class events at Campus Gandia. This adds to the roster of other events held here, such as the Dentsply Sirona Workflows Gandia 2022 and 2023 or the XLIX Meeting of the Center for Odontostomatological Studies (CEOE) in 2021.

María del Rocío Gil Morcillo wins the Award for Best TFG/TFM from the IVIO-UPV Chair

The IVIO-UPV Chair has decided on the winner of the VII Prize for the Best TFG/TFM in the Field of Dental Technology. On this occasion, the winner is María del Rocío Gil Morcillo for her Final Degree Thesis Project titled “Analysis of the precision and accuracy of the intraoral scan based on the humidity and surface roughness of the restorative materials in fixed prostheses.”

Gil is a graduate of Dentistry from the 2018-2023 class of the University of Valencia. The quality of her TFG has also been highlighted at the XLVIII CEOE Annual Meeting, held last June in Benicàssim, where she presented her study to other practitioners in the sector.

Call for the 2024 Best TFG/TFM Award

If you are going to finish your undergraduate degree or master’s degree this year and your final thesis project is in the field of dental technology, you could be the eighth winner of the Best TFG/TFM Award from the IVIO-UPV Chair. This award is endowed with a cash prize at 1,000 euros and will give you the chance to present your thesis project at a conference, symposium or specialized conference in the field of dental technology. You have until December 31 to take advantage of this unique opportunity to add value o your TFG with a first-class award and kick-start your career. Check out the entry rules here.

The IVIO-UPV Chair takes part in “Bring a Female Scientist to School”

As part of February 11, International Day of Women and Girls in Science, the Equality Committee of Campus Gandia has organized the initiative “Bring a Female Scientist to School”. This project was sponsored by the IVIO-UPV Chair and it has dedicated the month to bringing the work of women scientists and technicians to primary and secondary school classrooms and familiarize the students with these professions through activities led by women who work in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

This project highlights female figures who have changed or are changing the world to demonstrate that science and technology have no gender. The backing of the Chair ties in with its overall dissemination objective, which has also been evident in projects such as the sponsorship of the latest editions of Campus Gandia Science Week, or its participation in the CosmoCaixa ultrasound exhibition in 2022.

If you want more information or have any questions regarding the IVIO-UPV Chair research projects, you can write to Francisco Camarena, research professor at the Campus Gandia of the UPV: fracafe@fis.upv.es.

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