The university's success stems from its academic competence, modern infrastructure and research networks. Its research groups are involved in multiple cooperation projects with top scientists and research institutions all over the world.
In view of the above, the World Cultural Council is delighted to celebrate its 28th Award Ceremony at this university. As the current Rector, Professor Alar Karis, has stated, "As an international research institution, University of Tartu has, throughout its nearly 400-year-old history, supported the emergence of pioneering ideas, the transfer of wisdom, academic freedom and mutual respect within society. The University of Tartu, along with the entire academic community, is proud to share a common goal with the World Cultural Council and to be encouraging excellence in the fields of science, arts and education, to increase the efficient and positive use of knowledge."
The "ALBERT EINSTEIN" World Award of Science was created as a means of recognition to those men and women who have accomplished scientific and technological achievements which have brought progress to science and ensuing benefit to mankind.
The "LEONARDO DA VINCI" World Award of Arts is conferred upon a renowned artist, sculptor, writer, poet, cinematographer, photographer, architect, musician or other performing artist, whose work constitutes a significant contribution to the artistic legacy of the world.
For more than four decades, Professor Ozin has embraced a multidisciplinary approach to the synthesis of nanomaterials, applying it to physics, materials science, engineering, biology and medicine to solve a variety of problems.
His career's work, whi
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