November 17, 2015
The Main Event for Young Materials Scientists, July 10-14, 2016Register Now
10th-14th July 2016
Starting at 15:00
Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne, Building CO
Accommodation at the Civil Shelter There is a limited number of places available at the Civil Shelter, which is in walking distance from the conference building. Rates per person and per night : CHF 20,00 Here you can see more information and register for TUTORIALS. On Thursday 14th of July, various tutorials will be offered by leading experts to improve knowledge on specific fields.
Only 3 spots left for Granta Design Workshop Due to huge interest for the workshop we decided to open 5 additional spots for participants. There are only 3 left, apply by sending an email to email@example.com.
MUSIC PERFORMANCE BY POLAR CIRCLESFor all participants of Junior Euromat 2016, you are invited to join a barbecue night on 12 July 2016 (Tue) where you would have a great meal and wonderful dining ambiance because a Swiss band Polar Circles is invited to perform their original musics on that night!
Watch an interactive video guide and discover Lausanne!An interactive discovery of the city with the wacky Pierrick Destraz. Follow the guide!
DON'T MISS A SPECIAL WORKSHOP! [5 more spots]
Workshop: Teaching Materials in the context of Sustainable DevelopmentWorkshop Instructors: Dr. Tatiana V Vakhitova and Dr. Pippa Newby This workshop is aimed at Materials Researchers interested in expanding their knowledge of Sustainable Development and also at those interested in teaching Materials and Sustainable Development. Due to huge interest for the workshop we decided to open 5 additional spots for participants.
When? July 10, 2016 (15:00 - 17:30)
Support usFEMS and EPFL kindly invite companies and other private and public organisations to sponsor this important event for young materials scientists and engineers in Europe. Please find the various options and more information in this letter.
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