Dr. Nilesh Manwar, under the PASIFIC training, made a significant impact on Poland’s research and development landscape as numerous business leaders, scientists, research institutions, and financial experts gathered at the prestigious Innovatorium Łukasiewicza. This event, held at the renowned Poznań Congress Center’s ‘Sala Ziemi’ in Poznań, stands as one of the country’s largest R&D gatherings. The Lukasiewicz23 aimed to foster collaboration, knowledge exchange, and innovation across various domains by bringing together prominent minds from the networking and technology industry.
Distinguished figures from diverse sectors, including technology, engineering, healthcare, energy, and more, attended the event. While the sessions were primarily conducted in Polish, a language translation device was provided to interpret the speakers’ talks in English. The event featured general group discussions and round table discussions, where renowned speakers shared their experiences and explored potential future opportunities. Dr. Nilesh Manwar’s participation in the conference is expected to have a significant impact on shaping the direction of networking research and innovation.
Furthermore, a joint panel consisting of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN) and the Łukasiewicz network organized an English session on ‘Healthcare Innovations.’ During this session, five PASIFIC fellows from PAN and two Łukasiewicz researchers working in the field of biomedicine discussed associated challenges and opportunities.
Expressing enthusiasm about Lukasiewicz23, Dr. Nilesh Manwar stated, “I am honored to be a part of this event and grateful to the PASIFIC network for providing me with the opportunity to exchange knowledge and advancements in networking research. Poznań has a rich history of hosting exceptional scientific events, and I am excited to engage in fruitful discussions, learn from fellow experts, and explore potential collaborations for the future.”
Dr. Nilesh Manwar’s visit to Poznań for the Lukasiewicz 23 Conference promises to be a momentous occasion, fostering intellectual growth, collaboration, and innovation within the networking research community. The insights gained and connections made during the event are expected to have a lasting impact on the field, paving the way for transformative breakthroughs.
Acknowledgments: “This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 847639 and from the Ministry of Education and Science.”
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