Copernican year project
The visual identification of the World Copernican Congress created by dobosz.studio has been nominated in the Design of the Year competition organised by the Association of Graphic Designers in Warsaw. The jury's verdict will be announced on 21 October.
The World Copernican Congress has just come full circle
A lecture by the eminent astrophysicist Professor Ewine van Dishoeck, the awarding of Copernican Medals and a concert by Anna Maria Jopek all added splendour to the closing ceremony of the World Copernican Congress on 15 September, which came full circle in Toruń after a nearly seven-month journey.
Welcome to Copenican Integration Centre
- The Copernicus Integration Centre will be a long-lasting and vibrant reminder of the Year of Nicolaus Copernicus,' said Prof dr habil. Andrzej Sokala, NCU Rector, during the official opening of the Centre on 12 September.
A congress with a future
– We are in for days filled with Copernicus and its heritage, as well as inspiring meetings and discussions,' said Prof. dr habil. Andrzej Sokala, NCU Rector, during the official inauguration of the Toruń part of the World Copernican Congress held on 12 September. On that day, a letter of intent to create an International Centre for Copernican Studies was also signed.
Toruń around the World Copernican Congress
Exhibitions, debates, meetings, tastings – the proceedings of the Toruń part of the Copernican World Congress will be complemented by numerous accompanying events.
Finale of the World Copernican Congress
The final part of the celebrations of the World Copernican Congress touring Poland and following the map of Nicolaus Copernicus' life and profession is now on its way. From 12 to 16 September, Toruń will again be the venue for the congress' scientific and cultural events.