Vilnius University Proceedings

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EISSN : 2669-0233
Published by: Vilnius University Press (10.15388)

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Miglė Marcinkevičiūtė, Augustė Lygytė, Aušrinė Lukšytė, Antanas Kairys, Egle Vaiciukynaite, Raimonda Sadauskaitė, Viktorija Ivleva, Marc Wittmann
Vilnius University Proceedings, Volume 16, pp 1-121; https://doi.org/10.15388/timeperspectives.2021

Andrej Spiridonov, , Liudas Daumantas
Vilnius University Proceedings, Volume 15, pp 1-73; https://doi.org/10.15388/proceedings.2021.5

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The International Meetings of Early-stage Researchers in Palaeontology (IMERP) are aimed at early-stage palaeontologists, from undergraduate students to recent post-doctoral researchers. Geologists, biologists or any scientist with research topics related to palaeontology, as well as palaeoartists, are also welcome. The IMERP has two main objectives: To provide a friendly environment for early-stage researchers to present their research through oral or poster presentations and follow each other’s progress. To share new methods and ideas useful in palaeontology, and develop the skills of the attendees with the help of leading experts, invited to give lectures about their fields. The IMERPs are usually held in villages or towns located in countryside areas of geological interest. This way the meeting can be held in a closer and more friendly environment, as well as help to the dissemination of the regional natural heritage among the local population. A field trip to this paleontological and geological heritage is offered to the meeting participants. After the 1st IMERP in 2016, the 2nd IMERP was held in Sigri (Lesbos, Greece) in 2017, the 3rd IMERP in Krasiejów (Opole, Poland) in 2018, and the 4th in Cuenca (Spain) in 2019
Monika Kvedaraitė, Austėja Dumarkaitė
Vilnius University Proceedings, Volume 14, pp 1-57; https://doi.org/10.15388/spv.2021.1

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Conference for Junior Scientists in Psychology is an annual event, organized by PhD students of Vilnius University, Institute of Psychology. The conference gives a platform for psychology students and junior researchers to present their scientific work and findings.
Veronika Butkevičiūtė, Vilma Zubaitienė, Agnė Lisauskaitė
Vilnius University Proceedings, Volume 13, pp 1-44; https://doi.org/10.15388/kalbuvakaras2020

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Language Night 2020 is aiming to present a very versatile as well as a fascinating phenomena of Spoken Language. Authors of Language Night 2020 in a briliant manner describe Informal Language in the context of various foreign languages: la langue français, polish, finnish and many others. It gives to readers a wonderful opportunity to rethink language's border (probably it might be necessary to push it further slightly or the opposite). Moreover, our Collection of Articles suggest to all of us to expand our knowledge on Spoken Language and to experience it together.
Iveta Gylienė, Jūratė Grigaitienė, Skaidra Valiukevičienė
Vilnius University Proceedings, Volume 12, pp 1-26; https://doi.org/10.15388/pso.2020.1

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The aim of this virtual conference is to share and increase dermatovenereology specialists’ knowledge about chronic inflammatory dermatoses. Attendees will be able to listen to latest scientific updates not only on psoriasis, but atopic dermatitis, hidradenitis suppurativa, acne, rosacea and other diseases as well. Experienced lecturers from Lithuania and other countries will present their research works, reviews and rare clinical cases, which are both of theoretical and practical benefit.
Aivaras Kareiva, Greta Inkrataitė, Liudas Daumantas
Vilnius University Proceedings, Volume 11, pp 1-83; https://doi.org/10.15388/proceedings.2020.2

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The aim of the conference “Nanostructured Bioceramic Materials” is to overview and share information about the newest achievements concerning bioceramic nanotechnologies with the scienti­c community. During the conference, scientists from chemistry, physics, technology, medicine and implantology will be able to acquaint themselves with synthesis methods, unique properties and applications of bioceramic nanomaterials in implantology.
Laura Doveikaitė, Mindaugas Grajauskas, Marilė Kosaitė, Gintarė Kugytė, Justinas Mikėnas, Paulius Starkus
Vilnius University Proceedings, Volume 10; https://doi.org/10.15388/klimatokaita.2020.48

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