[Neutron] Fwd: Science Summer School in Grenoble - France

Sophie Debrion sophie.debrion at neel.cnrs.fr
Fri Jan 29 15:24:28 CET 2016

Dear neutron users,

we are organizing, for the fifth consecutive year, *a science summer 
school* to attract more *undergraduate* students in Science especially  
in subjects related to large scale facilities. This school will take 
place in Grenoble-France within the Université Grenoble Alpes 
(previously Université Joseph Fourier)
see the attached flyer and the website: 

It is a 6 weeks program, from*june 2 until july 13, 2015* with a *45 
hours French cours*e including cultural visits and a *60 hours 
scientific course taught in English*.
Three scientific courses are available among which ''Introduction to 
large scale facilities: probing matter with synchrotron and neutron 
This course will consist of lectures, tutorials and practicals, as well 
as visits of ILL and ESRF. Students are welcome to participate.
For partner universities, the tuition fees are only 500 €.
Grants associated with a research institute in Grenoble may also be 
available for the best students willing  to spend a couple of weeks  
until the end of July in  a research environment.

*Application deadline: 16th of March*
<mailto:summer-program at ujf-grenoble.fr>summer-program at ujf-grenoble.fr

Do not hesitate to contact us for further information!
Best regards,
Sophie de Brion

/______________________________________________________ Dr Sophie DE 
BRION Université Joseph Fourier http://www.ujf-grenoble.fr/ Institut 
Néel CNRS / Université Joseph Fourier http://neel.cnrs.fr/ /

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