LANDEIA project - one of the 21 Sciex projects selected out of the 545 conducted Sciex projects
The Sciex project LANDEIA (ID: 12.139) - Landscape integration in the procedure of environmental impact assessment (Team of project: Prof. Dr. Alexandre Buttler, Dr. Andreea Nita, Prof. Dr. Ileana Georgeta Patru – Stupariu), was presented during the poster session of the Sciex Closing Conference "Preparing young researchers for the Europe of tomorrow" - September 25th 2015, ETH Zurich.
Our Sciex project has been selected by the Swiss Host Institution as one the 3 out of 68 most representative Sciex projects conducted at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and as a consequence one of the 21 Sciex projects selected out of the total of 545 conducted Sciex projects.
The list of these 21 Sciex projects can be our website:
Furthermore, all 21 Sciex projects presented during the poster session will also be part of the final publication realized on the Sciex Programme.
Our participation at this event was part of the illustration of the diversity and of the scientific excellence promoted through the Sciex Programme, where were held interesting and fruitful discussions with the Sciex community.
The conclusion of the research performed through LANDEIA project were illustrated and published in the ISI paper: Niță, A., Buttler, A., Rozylowicz, L., Pătru - Stupariu, I., 2015. Perception and use of landscape concepts in the procedure of Environmental Impact Assessment; case study – Switzerland and Romania. Land Use Policy 44, 145 - 152.
Sciex - Scientific Exchange Programme NMS.CH Sciex is the promotion tool for research teams from all disciplines, consisting of team-members from the EU10 and Switzerland. Sciex Fellows from the EU10: pursue their research in cooperation with Swiss researchers in Swiss research institutions. Ideal working and framework conditions support the success of their research. Sciex is part of the Swiss Contribution to the New Member States of the EU. The programme was conducted between 2009 (second quarter) and 2016 (http://www.swissuniversities.ch/).