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ISGS Summer School 2012 is the 3rd edition of this biennal School organized by the International Sol-Gel Society. It will be held in the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris (CIUP) from Sunday 22 July evening to Thursday 26 July morning. This School is targeted to 1st year PhD and Master students as well as most experienced researchers from industrial and academic world.

ISGS Summer School 2012 – 22-26 July 2012 – Paris, France

Paris, France | Posted on May 31st, 2012

ISGS Summer School 2012 - 22-26 July 2012 - Paris, France

Extend your knowledge in the field of sol-gel
Discuss practical cases with experts in the field
Interact with established researchers in a friendly atmosphere
Network within your sol-gel Society

A RICH SCIENTIFIC AND SOCIAL PROGRAM
The ISGS Summer School is the occasion to be updated with the latest advances in the field of Sol-Gel. The presentations are given by outstanding scientists internationally recognised in their field, coming from both Academia and Industry.
Courses will cover topics ranging from sol-gel chemistry to advanced characterization techniques during an intensive 3-day program. The courses will not only cover theoretical and practical materials, but will also provide an opportunity to discuss specific cases with the teachers.
A poster session will be scheduled : participants will have the opportunity to display their research and to present it during the poster session.
Different activities as convivial breaks all along the day, boat trip on the Seine, Banquet are scheduled during this residential School and will give the attendees the opportunity to network in a friendly environment.

A NICE PLACE TO WELCOME YOU IN PARIS
This residential School will take place is the famous Cité Internationale universitaire de Paris (CIUP). 4 nights accommodation is available on site. Housing is in double occupancy dormitory rooms with bathroom at CIUP and is available from Sunday July 22 arrival through Thursday July 26 departure. www.ciup.fr

AN INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION
An industrial Exhibition located in the heart of the School dedicated space will give the opportunity to industrial and commercial companies to show their latest developments in all the fields in which sol-gel technology is playing an active role.

For more information and registration, please see https://www.isgs.org/index.php/next-isgs-events
Registration deadline: 20 June 2012

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