The school is focused on the characterization of structure, morphology, and physico-chemical properties of nanocompsites. The proposed methods for the discussion are following: Transmission Electron Microscopy, Scanning Electron Microscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy, Fourier Transform Infrared spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, UV-Vis spectroscopy, as well as electrodeposition methods. Planned topics includes general introduction into discussed methods and afterwards practical exercises.
The school is dedicated to Master & PhD students and Postdocs audience, working in the area of nanocomposites with a background in Chemistry, Physics or Materials Science.
Registration for the Training school finish 30th May 2017, the registration form can be found here. (link: bit.ly/2om0y8r )
The Training School aims particularly at Early-Stage Researchers but more experienced researches are also welcome.
The number of participants is limited to 30.
Participation is free of charge. Partial travel grants for the participants will be available according to Multicomp COST Action (CA 15107) rules.
1. There is planned financial support, which is 600 EUR for COST EU Participants and 300EUR for COST Polish Participants (flat rate) (for those, who ask for financial support from MultiComp COST Action CA15107). Please email Dr. Beata Kalska-Szostko (firstname.lastname@example.org ) with your CV and a brief paragraph about your motivation for wanting to attend the Training School. The Local Organizers will then select the 30 applicants who will be eligible to receive financial support from CA15107 (Please do not email the Chair).
2. Accommodation in dormitory will cost max. 25 EUR per night, and in hotel about 50 EUR per night.
3. Those of you, who decide not to have lunches, please keep in mind, that our campus is far from any restaurants or bars, and you may not have enough time during lunch break, to have lunch on your own. We will order catering to campus. Payment for the catering can be done in cash.