Faculty of Mathematics and Science

Short courses abroad

Here are short term courses that are available for students and Staff members. Remember to check course fees and other costs before you upload your application to courses. You can apply grant from your department or from Faculty for your costs: Grand application form and introduction to apply grant. 

 

Short term courses

 

- BONUS BalticCoast Summer School 2017 in Latvia
   • The theoretical lecture part - August 21– 22, 2017. University of Latvia, Academic Center for Nature       Sciences (ACNC), Jelgavas str.1, Riga, Latvia
   • Field studies and exercise part - August 23–25, 2017. Guest house Rakari, Svetciems, Salacgriva District, Latvia.

SDG 11: Towards Sustainable Cities and Municipalities - the Circular Economy Approach and Urban Ecology".” 

Organized by the Baltic University Programme (BUP) with Lodz University of Technology, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences and the University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Görlitz Rogow, Poland, 19-23th September 2017

No registrations will be accepted after this deadline. All cost of the event (i.e. food and accommodation) are covered, thus, there is no participation fee. However, participants have to cover their own travel expenses. More info: http://www.hszg.de/hochschule/managementsysteme/umweltmanagement/mach-mit/veranstaltungen-und-aktionen.html 

The International Nanoscience Student Conference (INASCON) 21st - 24th August 2017 Wills Hall, Bristol, United Kingdom Now accepting abstracts for oral and poster presentations 

The International Nanoscience Student Conference (INASCON)  is an annual conference organised by students, for students. We aim to attract early-career scientists from nanoscience, nanotechnology and nanomaterials-related degrees or disciplines. Applications are welcomed from Ph.D., Master’s and final year Bachelor’s students from a related discipline.

 

As well as student talks and poster sessions the conference includes invited talks from world class speakers, workshops and social activities. Due to the focus on promoting the careers of young scientists, INASCON provides a unique opportunity for students to present their work to an engaged audience of students, academics and industrial sponsors . We aim to facilitate networking to help students plan the next steps of their careers as well as set up future collaborations.

Early bird registration deadline: July 15th 2017. To register or for more information please visit inascon.eu