Utrecht Network will contribute with hospitility grants to the ASC Winter School 2019 “In-situ Spectroscopyin Chemistry – Methods & Applications”, which will take place in Leipzig from March 11st to March 15th 2019.
Professor Vladimir Aeyev, University of Helsinki; Profesor Detlef Belder, Leipzig University; Professor Sylvain Cristol, University of Lille; Dr. Muslim Dvoyashkin, Leipzig University; Professor Marco Giorgetti, University of Bologna; Professor Kinga Góra-Marek, Jagellonian University (Krakow); Professor Holger Kohlmann, Leipzig University; Professor Jörg Matysik, Leipzig University; Professor Thorsten Reemtsma, Leipzig University; Professor Markku Vainio, University of Helsinki.
Monday, 11th March – 6-7 p.m.: registration
Tuesday, 12th March – Lectures, Workshop “How to effectively create a scientific poster”, Personal consultation about poster layout
Wednesday, 13th March – Lectures; Guided walk through Leipzig’s city centre
Thursday, 14th March – Lectures; ASC event – networking, poster presentations etc.
Friday, 15th March – Lectures; closing ceremony at noon
The participation fee for the winter school is 500 €. It covers the courses, social activities as well as meals & accommodation. Travel costs are not included.
Hospitility grants from the Utrecht Network might be available.
The winter school is held at Leipzig University’s Faculty of Chemistry & Mineralogy not far from the city center and easibly accessible by public transport.
What is ASC?
The ASC is shorthand for M.Sc. Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry – a two year European Master programme (4 semesters, 30 ECTS each) jointly designed and operated by 5 European universities, i.e. the University of Lille, Alma Mater of Bologna, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, University of Leipzig and University of Helsinki. The ASC master programme has been selected, and financed two times in a row by the prominent Erasmus Mundus programme (EMJMD) of the European Union.
In the framework of the ASC master programme, the ASC Winter School gives students the opportunity to meet in the same place once a year. First-year students will therefore meet all second-year students, as well as former ASC students. It will also be the moment for first year students to network with invited professors from the consortium. The winter school is open to participants from outside the ASC programme
All information is available on the website https://www.chemie.uni-leipzig.de/en/start/veranstaltungen/asc-winter-school-2019/.