Advanced Instrumental Techniques for the Monitoring of Aquatic Environments - International Summer School

The International Summer School: “Advanced Instrumental Techniques for the Monitoring of Aquatic Environments” is organized within the framework of the Graduate Program in Environmental Sciences, offered by the Graduate School of the University of Nova Gorica.

The International Summer School (ISS) will be held in Nova Gorica, Slovenia, from 14-27 June 2012, and is aimed at graduate-level students who have research and future professional interests in water pollution and related environmental issues. Participants will have the opportunity to intensively interact with an international team of experts in the field of instrumental analytical chemistry and environmental science, and to present and discuss their own study and research interests. We have invited top scientists and lecturers from universities all over the world, who will offer lectures in the areas of chromatographic, spectroscopic, electrochemical, bioanalytical and hyphenated techniques.

The ISS will be organized as a series of intensive lectures and case study presentations, together with hands-on laboratory experience and field work. Participants will be able to earn 10 ECTS credits for completion of the ISS after their final evaluation.

Participants will have the opportunity to take part in the Thematic Workshop: Instrumental Analytical Methods for Environmental Monitoring", where they can also present the latest results of their research.

The ISS will be financially supported by CMEPIUS, which offers 20 free positions for students from CEEPUS countries.

Posted on: Mar 7, 08:16 PM by: Mark Fitzsimons.