- Deadline for application:
31 May 2019.
- School dates: 29th July- 2nd August 2019.
- The School will start on Monday and end on Friday.
The School is targeted at students, graduate students, early-stage researchers, researchers, technologists and professionals in sectors as biomedicine, nutraceuticals, functional foods, physics, biology, chemistry, biochemistry, materials science, nanosciences, energy and environmental sciences.
Participants should have some basic domain background knowledge and an interest in molecular modeling, its operational methods, potentialities, limits and its integration with experimental data.
To apply to participate in the School, please send a brief application letter and your CV to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "application". In the letter, please explain your motivations for attending the course, including what you hope to learn.
The scientific committee will evaluate your application and advise you of the outcome.
Candidates will receive a confirmation e-mail within two weeks of the application deadline.
Note that ONLY 30 PARTICIPANTS CAN BE ACCEPTED.
Admission is free of charge, but subject to the acceptance of your application. We will provide you with course material, lunches, coffee breaks and a social dinner.
The course is scheduled to begin on the morning of Monday July 29th; Mon-Fri will be full course days; the course will finish on Friday lunch time.
The course is organized in a way to alternate lectures (typically in the morning) and practical sessions (typically in the afternoon).
Both lectures and practical sessions will be held in English. The lectures are public.
The practical sessions will give participants the opportunity to learn practical molecular modeling tools and test them in concrete cases.
Access to the practical sessions is reserved to official School participants. Participants will have to bring their own laptops, though upon request we can loan computers for the sessions.
The School Team will support participants to prepare the computers for the practical activities.
Students will have ample time to meet and speak with lecturers, especially at the coffee breaks, lunches and the social event.