MATSUS, the conference on materials for sustainable development hosted by the Valencia Conference Centre.
The environmentally friendly event comes to the Valencia Conference Centre
From 6 to 10 March, the Valencia Conference Centre will host the international scientific conference MATSUS (Materials for Sustainable Development Conference. This event, created by nanoGe, brings together specialists in the field of sustainability from all over the world. The main aims of MATSUS are to pool ideas to promote energy efficiency, mitigate the environmental impact caused by technology and economic growth, and achieve the efficient use of materials.
The event aligns with the sustainability policy of the Valencia Conference Centre. Both are committed to raising awareness and educating to reduce environmental impact. In addition, it aims to inspire innovation and creativity in technology and responsible management while demonstrating that there is a way to do things in an environmentally responsible way.
MATSUS, which is held twice annually, is now in its fifth consecutive year. The event in spring which is to be held at our venue will bring together around 450 people. One of the new features is that for the first time a forum on sustainable technology called STECH will be held. This event goes one step further by bringing companies to talk about the application of this energy transition. STECH focuses on topics such as hydrogen generation, recycling and circularity, energy generation, electric vehicles and innovation strategies.
Within its social programme, participants will be offered a great experience across all levels. For this reason, they have the option of visiting the centre of Valencia, tasting horchata, a typical Valencian drink, and attending the mascletà, one of the most deeply-rooted activities of the Fallas, a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity event held in March.
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