2 March 2018
ASC Winter School: Imaging and spectroscopy of materials
Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, together with the consortium of Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry, have the honor of inviting master students to the 2018 ASC Winter School. The main theme of the Winter School is “Imaging and spectroscopy of materials”. The chosen location for 2018 is Krakow, from 26th of February to 2nd of March, 2018.
The European ASC Master's Course is a two year (4 semesters, 30 ECTS each) Master's programme including a mobility period within the ASC network. It has been jointly designed and is operated by 5 European universities since 2007: University Lille1, Alma Mater of Bologna, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, University of Leipzig and University of Helsinki. The ASC master’s course has been selected, and financed, for the second time by Erasmus Mundus programme (EMJMD) of the European Union.
In the framework of the ASC Master course Advances Spectroscopy in Chemistry the ASC Winter School will give students the opportunity to meet altogether in the same place once a year. First-year students will therefore meet all second-year students, as well as former ASC students who are now doing a Ph.D. or have found a job. It will also be the moment for first year students to network with alumni and external guests from industry or with invited professors from the consortium.
Chair of local organizing committee - Piotr Pietrzyk (Jagiellonian University)
Lecturers: Z. Sojka, J. Gryboś, P. Indyka, J.C. Hernandez Garrido, B. Jany, M. Woźniakiewicz, A. Kaczor, K. Małek, K. Marzec, P. Pietrzyk, K. Kruczała, T. Czechowski, S. Zapot
The school is addressed to the students of master programs in the fields of chemistry, chemical technology and engineering, physics, and related fields. The main emphasis is put on the issues related to spectroscopy applied to materials science. Thus, suitable background is expected from participants.
To deepen one specific field of spectroscopy
EUR 500: Including meals and accommodation