- Akronim projektu:
- Program finansujący:
- Narodowe Centrum Badań i Rozwoju (NCBR) (The National Centre for Research and Development)
- JFA PEN/1/PEN40/02/2019 z dnia 2019-02-14
- Okres realizacji:
- 2019-02-01 - 2022-01-31
- Kierownik zespołu badawczego:
- dr hab. inż. Joanna Żukowska
- Członkowie zespołu:
- Kierownik projektu dr hab. inż. Joanna Żukowska
- Naukowiec dr inż. arch. Romanika Okraszewska
- Naukowiec mgr inż. Anna Gobis
- Asystent administracyjny mgr Maciej Sawicki
- Realizowany w:
- Wydział Inżynierii Lądowej i Środowiska
- Wartość projektu:
- 17 524 464.86 PLN
- Typ zgłoszenia:
- Międzynarodowy Program Badawczy
- Projekt zagraniczny/międzynarodowy
- Politechnika Gdańska
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