United Kingdom, Cardiff

Catalysts in Chemistry

when 20 July 2019 - 3 August 2019
language English
duration 2 weeks
fee GBP 1995

Our research is focused on finding solutions to current real-world problems, as well as improving catalytic processes already in use. This approach forms the basis of the Catalysts in Chemistry Summer School, which provides a thorough grounding in both theory and practical skills.

In keeping with our varied research, the course content explores the varied presence and application in the chemistry of the differing types of catalyst and catalytic applications. Ranging from organic, inorganic, spectroscopic and theoretical chemistry, you will gain a thorough understanding of the integral role catalysts play in chemistry.

Course leader

Sophie Lewis

Target group

Undergraduate students, recent graduates or those with relevant work experience (18 years old and above).

Course aim

To give a comprehensive overview of the key themes and theories around Catalysts in Chemistry.

Examples of topics covered:
- Organic synthesis
- Molecular modelling
- Homogeneous catalysis
- Spectroscopy
- Dynamics and characterisation

Credits info

Students are usually able to obtain credits from your home institution. If you intend to claim credits from their home university after attending one of our summer schools, please make sure you ask your University about their requirements before you enrol with us. The decision to award credits rests with your home institution. Informal assessments will vary for each course but all participants will be provided with a certificate of attendance. Please contact us on PSE-ISS@cardiff.ac.uk if you have any questions.

Fee info

GBP 1995: (4-week course) This includes tuition fees, accommodation, 10 meals per week (breakfast and lunch, Monday to Friday), airport pick up and drop off from Heathrow Airport on fixed dates and includes excursions organised by Cardiff University (such as Stonehenge and industrial visits).

Scholarships

£1000 Scholarship - deadline on April 1st 2019.