NANOSUM 2022: International summer school Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies
Take part of a journey from the emergence of the nanoworld to the development of disruptive research and technological solutions to current societal challenges← Back to courses
- CIVIS focus area
- Climate, environment and energy
- Open to
- Field of studies
- Engineering & Technology
- CIVIS Hub 1
- Course dates
- 12 - 24 June 2022
NANOSUM will offer courses at the state-of-the-art (WEEK 1) and keynote seminars from actors in the development of Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies (WEEK 2). Exchanges between participants will be promoted during poster sessions, round tables, visits of labs, speed-dating with academic and industrial professionals, and social events.
Visit NANOSUM's website to learn more about the CIVIS course.
- High-resolution imaging
- Scalable fabrication approaches
- Quantum optics
- Quantum computation
- Quantum transport
- Magnetic nanoparticles for catalysis
- Synchroton: unlocking the secrets of matter
- Two-dimensional materials
At the end of the CIVIS course, students should be able to:
- Define Nanoscience
- Distinguish the different techniques used to characterize the chemical and physical properties of nanometric condensed phases of matter
- Understand the relationship between nanoscale and functionalization in interdisciplinary fields
- Analyze the contributions of nanoscale to performances natural or technological
- Identify the main areas of research and development in Nanotechnology
- Apply ethical concepts to the creation and use of nanomaterials
|Location: Marseille, France
|Duration of the course: 5 days
|Language: English (B2)
|Contact point: email@example.com
CIVIS scholarships: 40
This CIVIS course will be running for 5 days. It will consist of 20h of classrooms per week associated with special scientific professionalizing and social events.
A maximum of 40 international CIVIS students will be accepted in the course for a total of 100 students.
This CIVIS course is open to Master's and PhD students from CIVIS Universities. Participants should have robust basics in condensed matter physics and/or organic and mineral chemistry and/or biophysics.
A B2 level of English is required.
Schedule of the course
NANOSUM 2022 is divided into two weeks.
- WEEK 1 is open to Master's and PhD students. The NANOSUM school will offer a panel of advanced courses given by researchers from CIVIS universities and keynotes speakers. This week will include an entire day dedicated to student professionalisation.
- WEEK 2 is open to PhD students and young researchers in the field. The NANOSUM school will provide participants with expert seminars given by international speakers who have contributed essentially to the development of nanosciences and nanotechnologies.
In both weeks, exchanges between participants will be promoted during poster sessions, round tables, visits of labs, speed-dating with academic and industrial professionals, and social events.
The school also foresees to propose seminars on the topic of Nanosciences, Environment and Society, including issues related to the role of nanotechnologies in the environmental transition.
Interested students must send a detailed CV, their transcripts of marks of the last diploma for PhD's students or of the three last semesters for Master’s students, and a motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 April 2022.
Master students are welcome on WEEK 1.
PhD students may apply for participating in WEEK 1 or WEEK 2, please indicate your preference in your message.
Important note: Housing is arranged by the school. Therefore, once selected, students will have to pay the amount granted by the scholarship for housing.
The course will not be graded, but we will have special prizes for the poster and flash talk sessions.
General Eligibility Criteria for CIVIS Courses
Applicants need to be enrolled at their home university in order to be eligible for selection and participation. If uncertain about your status at your home university (part-time or exchange students etc) please check with your home university’s website or International Office.
Applicants who will be receiving other Erasmus funds for the duration of the course are not entitled to funding. Participation in the course may still be possible under “zero-grant” status, but applicants should contact their home university in order to confirm this.
A list of links and contacts for each university can be found in this Q&A.
- Antonio d'Alessandro, Director of Research Center on Nanotechnology Applied to Engineering of Sapienza Università di Roma
- Guillem Aromi, director of the Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Institute of Barcelona University
- Jorge Bravo Abad, in charge of Nanophysics program of Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
- Raquel Caballero, in charge of Master on Advanced Materials, Nanotechnology and Photonics of Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
- Sergi Hernandez, in charge of the master Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies at Barcelona University
- Uener Kolukisaoglu, Study Coordinator Nanoscience at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
- Aurélien Manchon, master Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies of Aix-Marseille Université
- Laurence Masson, chair of the master Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies of Aix-Marseille Université
- Fabienne Michelini, in charge of the program Nanoscale and Quantum engineering of Aix-Marseille Université - Chair of NAOSUM
- Martin Oettel, Coordination Physics for Bachelor/Master Nanoscience of Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
- Marco Rossi, Chair of Master of Science in Nanotechnology Engineering of Sapienza Università di Roma