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Les formations hors Grenoble et les écoles d’été en 2015/2016

9 février 2016 ( maj : 16 septembre 2016 ), par Christine Bigot

Les formations hors Grenoble

Les Ecoles d’été en 2016

  • Summer School PROTINUS “PROviding new insighT into INteractions between soil fUnctions and Structure, Grenoble (France), from 18 July 2016 to 20 July 2016
    • This 3 days summer school aims at presenting up to date practices and methodologies used for 3D or 3+1D (3 spaces and 1 temporal dimensions) observations of porous media. It addresses the problem of setting up an experiment, defining adequate acquisition protocols and image reconstruction. The main focus is put on image analysis through courses and practical sessions concerning image treatment (filtering, segmentation) and computation of morphological parameters (porosity, tortuosity, connectivity, surfaces and others). Finally, various applications in the field of geosciences will be presented as short seminars.
    • This summer school is organised, within the frame of the H2020 European project PROTINUS, by LTHE, University of Grenoble Alpes. It aims at gathering local and international students (master and PhD students) and young researchers for information exchange and knowledge sharing on.
    • Registration : Based on the CV, a maximum of 25 students will be admitted.
    • Target Group The course is aimed at PhD candidates and other academics ; Group Size Min. 10, max. 25 participants
    • Course duration 3 days 25 hours
    • Language of instruction English
    • Prior knowledge Basic knowledge of porous media physics/image analysis
    • Fees REgistration fee : 80 euros, costs are asked for accommodation and food during the school.
  • Summer School on Fluvial Geomorphology for PhD students from June 27th to July 1st 2016.
    • The School, funded by the ETH board, wil take place in Losone (on Lake Maggiore, southern Switzerland) . Twelve keynote lectures, led by experts, will take place from Monday to Thursday, as well as discussions and short presentations from the participants. On Friday there will be a field excursion in the Maggia valley. See the website below for the list of all keynote speakers.
    • The goal of the School is to create an effective learning environment where students will have the chance to engage in fruitful discussions with the experts and to present their work.
    • The School is organized by PhD students from EPFL and ETH.
    • The registration fee is 250 Swiss Francs, which includes the school fee, accommodation with breakfast for the entire week, the field excursion, an ice-breaker reception and one school dinner.
    • The School is open to PhD students working in fluvial-related projects. Maximum number of participants : 30
    • Applications will be accepted until April 14th. Contact : fluvialgeom2016