EDGE International Summer School
10-15 September 2017, Bratislava
Program of the EDGE SUMMER SCHOOL 2017
The Summer School is intended for 35 graduate and doctoral students from all disciplines and countries. No prerequisite is needed. We will seek to create a group as diverse as possible, in order to maximise the interactions between students.
All participants shall receive an official certificate upon completion of the program.
The program features the diverse dimensions of the impacts of climate change on the nature and address four key issues : water, forests, biodiversity and new methods in integrated biovinary. These issues are brought together through cross-cutting lectures and seminars. Each day will feature lectures by renowned experts, workshops and social activities. All sessions will be conducted in English. The program subject to be precise.
10 SEP 2017 (Sunday) – Official opening – Welcome dinner in the old town center
11 SEP 2017 (Monday) – Impacts of climate change – lectures
12 SEP 2017 (Tuesday) – Water – lectures + Sightseeing cruise Gabcikovo
13 SEP 2017 (Wednesday) – Forests – lectures + Sightseeing trip to Zelezna studnicka and Kamzik
14 SEP 2017 (Thursday) – Biodiversity: success and unsuccess stories – lectures + field trip to insemination station
15 SEP 2017 (Friday) – Integrated viticulture and viniculture – lectures + field trip to winery close to Bratislava, closing dinner
The summer school does not charge any enrollment fees. Participants are expected to cover their travel and accommodation expenses. Full scholarships, including a lump sum of EUR 800 to cover for travel and accommodation, are available for applicants from low- and middle-income countries. Please indicate in your application if you would require such a scholarship.
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 692413