Summer school on Multiscale Methods | Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics at the Gdańsk University of Technology

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Date added: 2023-05-19

Summer school on Multiscale Methods

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The Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics of Gdańsk Tech invites international students to the summer school on Multiscale Methods, organized within the ScienceApp project.

All Participants will receive a diploma certifying acquired skills and learning outcomes, and ECTS credits collected during the training that may be recognized by the home institution.

We will have introductory courses on Molecular Modelling, Computational Chemistry and Scattering Theory. This will be complemented by courses on Monte Carlo simulations and Positronium Physics and its biomedical applications. In addition you will learn about Polish history and culture. The detailed program can be found at the school website: schools-2023/multi-scale-methods-summer school/program .

The school will be organized in hybrid mode (in-person and online) with three weeks (3 – 21 July) of online training (10 hours per week) and one week (24 – 28 July) stationary at our campus in Gdańsk. All lectures will be recorded. Therefore a complete participation online is also possible.

More details can be found on the webpage of the summer school: schools-2023/multi-scale-methods-summer school

The participation at the school is free of charge. Accommodation and lunches are not included. Cheap accommodation in walking distance from the university campus can be booked in the student dormitory ( ). Early booking is recommended. For students from outside Poland we have a limited number of fellowships to support the travel and stay.

Click here to register to this event. Registration deadline is 12 June 2023. Do not forget to read the regulations carefully prior to registration.

ScienceApp project is run within the frame of the SPINNAKER program - Intensive International Curricula, organized by the National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA), financed by the European Union under the Knowledge Education Development Operational Program (Action 3.3. Internationalization of Higher Education). The budget of the project is PLN 726,900.00. ScienceApp aims to attract talented international students and young researchers to Gdańsk Tech.