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International Summer School “Nanotechnology” at UPM

The UPM International Summer Schools are multilingual study abroad programmes. They address some of the latest trends in engineering and architecture, combined with a taste of Spanish language and culture in one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan ...

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    General information about UPM International Summer Schools

    The UPM International Summer Schools are multilingual study abroad programmes. They address some of the latest trends in engineering and architecture, combined with a taste of Spanish language and culture in one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan cities.

    The UPM International Summer Schools reach out to a worldwide audience by combining courses taught in English (Anglotech) and Spanish (Hispanotech). 

    Students of the UPM International Summer School will:

    • Get acquainted with the latest technological trends, visit laboratories and benefit from the insight of industry experts
    • Gain access to advanced knowledge on architecture and engineering, and visit notable buildings and sites
    • Experience learning in a multicultural classroom with peers from different parts of the world
    • Get a feeling for Spanish language, an appreciation of Spanish culture and enjoy the Spanish way of life

    The UPM International Summer Schools offer face to face courses on one of the UPM’s campuses. They also offers an interesting cultural and social programme, including day trips to world heritage sites like Toledo, Segovia, and guided walks around Madrid and visits to the Prado and Reina Sofía Museums.

    Registration deadline:

    Until 30 April 2023.

    Topic:

    Nanotechnology is the use of matter on an atomic, molecular and supramolecular scale for industrial purposes, covering fields of science ranging from surface engineering, organic chemistry, molecular biology, semiconductor physics, energy storage, microfabrication and molecular engineering. This course offers an introduction to the foundations of nanotechnology, the properties of nanostructures, and the most usual tools for their fabrication and characterization, and also the development of different nanodevices and nanosystems, especially in the areas of nanoelectronics, nanophotonics and nanobiotechnology.

    School specific information:

    Contact Hours20
    Dates 19/06 – 23/06
    DirectorFernando Calle
    Price400€

    Reduced participation fees, travel and subsistence support

    With regard to the registration fee, UPM offers students from EELISA universities (BME, ENPC, ITU, PSL, SNS, SSSA, FAU, UPB, UPM) a discount which consists in the payment of 50% of the registration fee. UPM decides on the final assignment of spots and fees. Travel and accommodation might be supported by your EELISA institution, please contact your local EELISA project coordinator.

    InstitutionContact person(s) and positionEmail address
    BMESára Tóvölgyi / Kata Kapusy / Sándor Kisstovolgyi.sarolta@gtk.bme.hu kapusy.kata@gtk.bme.hu ksandor@math.bme.hu
    ENPCMarie Christine Bertmarie-christine.bert@enpc.fr
    FAUEELISA@FAU-Teameelisa@fau.de
    ITÜEmrah Acaracare@itu.edu.tr
    PSLCamille Rogercamille.roger@psl.eu
    PSL-ChimieAntoine Mercierantoine.mercier@chimieparistech.psl.eu
    PSL-MinesAlma Catala Lunaalma.catala@minesparis.psl.eu
    SNSDarya Krasilnikoveelisa@sns.it
    SSSARossella Rasorossella.raso@santannapisa.it
    UPBMariana Munteanumariana.munteanu@upb.ro
    UPMMaría Luisa Martínez Munetaluisa.mtzmuneta@upm.es
    Summer / Winter / Seasonal schools
    In person
    Schedule
    19 Jun - 23 Jun 2023
    Location
    UPM Madrid
    Costs

    400€ (50% of the registration fee for EELISA members)

    Language
    English
    Organiser