Besides the International Spring School on Immunology, co-organized by ENII, Porto Conte Ricerche is organizing four additional Summer Schools co-funded by Regione Sardegna.
11-15 June 2012
Summer School on MRI, Raman and Food technologies
The course will focus on cutting-edge Imaging methodologies through Raman spectroscopy and NMR techniques for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Based on an advanced training programme and integrated hands-on activities, the course aims at offering useful research tools to candidates, whose research studies can be applied on a variety of food and many other biological samples.
Ideal candidates for the School are young researchers, preferably graduate students, PhD students and post-doctoral fellows.
6-12 august 2012
The Sardinian Summer School in Iwasawa Theory
Following the success of the 2011 Summer School on the Conjecture of Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer, we are now pleased to announce a new coming event in Iwasawa Theory which will take place in Alghero from 6th to 12th August 2012. Iwasawa theory is at present the only known general method for attacking the vast array of conjectural exact formulae in number theory, of which the simplest example is the celebrated conjecture of Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer. A maximum of 30 participants will be selected.
1-8 September 2012
Summer School on UBIQUITIN and SUMO
The Summer School is organized by Simona Polo, researcher at IFOM, in cooperation with Porto Conte Ricerche and is funded by The European Molecular Biology Oraganization (EMBO) and co-funded by Regione Sardegna. The School is aimed at offering to young researchers a multidisciplinary learning experience, based on a highly advanced programme as well as practical training activities.
The chief objective of this course is to present the state-of-the-art methodology for the analysis of ubiquitination and sumoylation to young scientists who are unfamiliar with this field.
1-5 October 2012
Summer School on Gel-based proteomics
Following the successful past edition of the International School on Proteomics, held in 2011 at Tramariglio, Porto Conte Ricerche is organizing the 2012 Proteomics Summer School edition, in cooperation with EuPA, the European Proteomics Association. The course will offer an intense training opportunity based on lectures and practical (hands-on) Lab activities. Ideal candidates would be PhD students with research interest on Proteomic analysis. A maximum of 16 participants will be selected.
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