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UP FAMNIT announces Renewable Materials for Healthy Built Environments PhD program

A new interdisciplinary doctoral program, Renewable Materials for Healthy Built Environments (RMHBE), has been established at the University of Primorska Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies (UP FAMNIT). The program will be available in both Slovene and English.

Dr Andreja Kutnar, InnoRenew CoE director and RMHBE program coordinator, is excited about successfully achieving the new PhD program.

“This program offers a wide range of topics from the emerging field of renewable materials for healthy built environments,” said Dr Kutnar.  “This research area is also of great importance to InnoRenew CoE.”

The RMHBE doctoral program combines knowledge from engineering, wood science, architecture, health science and information technology. Interested candidates will most likely be able to enroll beginning April 2020.

More information about the RMHBE program and enrollment process can be found on the UP FAMNIT webpage.