Saturday, April 19, 2008

Marie Curie Summer school on aqueous and porous materials

The final deadline for applications is fast
> approaching (1 May 2008)!!
>
> Please forward this to your PhDs and Postdocs who
> may be eligible for
> full funding to attend the 2008 Marie Curie Summer
> School on Aqueous and
> Porous Materials at Trest, Czech Republic from the
> 19th to 29th of
> August 2008.

> Full eligibility and registration details may be
> found at
> http://www.materialsknowledge.org
>
> This is the fourth and final in a series of Marie
> Curie funded summer
> schools on multidisciplinary materials science, and
> speakers and topics
> include:
>
> Prof. John Banhart, (Hahn-Meitner- Institut, Berlin)
> Metallic foams
>
> Dr. Richard Weinkamer (Max Planck Institute of
> Colloids and Interfaces in
> Potsdam) Bone and wood as hierarchical materials:
> structure-property
> relationships
>
> Prof. Franti¨ek Vyskocil (Charles University,
> Prague) Selective Pores in
> Cell membrane (Ion channels), are regulated by
> physical and chemical
> impulses
>
> Dr. Philippe Ackerer (IMFS, Strasbourg) Flow and
> Transport in natural
> porous media
>
> Dr. Anita Roth (University of Tuebingen) - The
> principles of plant water
> transport - Interrelationships between wood
> structure and function
>
> Dr. Peter Lichtner , (Los Alamos National Lab.) -
> Reactive Transport in
> Porous Media from Pore to Continuum Scales
>
> Prof. Giuseppe Fallini : (University of Bologna)
> Biomineralization
>
> Prof. Fran├žois Renard (LGCA Grenoble - PGP Oslo)
> Dissolution-precipitation
> processes driven by stress gradients in the Earth’s
> crust
>
> Prof. Wolfgang Brameshuber (RWTH, Aachen) Concrete -
> an example for a
> complex porosity
>
>
> —
> Mark Jessell
> IRD LMTG UMR 5563
> 14 avenue Edouard Belin
> 31400 TOULOUSE
> Tel: +33 (0)5 61 33 26 47
> www.lmtg.obs-mip.fr/user/mjessell (home)
> www.tectask.org (IUGS Tectask)
> www.materialsknowledge.org (Marie Curie Summer
> Schools)

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