To celebrate the International Women and Girls in Science Day 2018 and to join forces to build an inclusive scientific community, ICTP, Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD) and SISSA organize a "discussion aperitivo" at Antico Caffé San Marco, in Trieste. Following some short presentations from representatives of Trieste's scientific institutions, the floor will be open for a discussion of the current status quo, the specific challenges facing members of our community, and specific events and strategies for moving forward.
The appointment with "Scienza e Virgola" is back. Organized by the Master in Science Communication "Franco Prattico" (MCS), the event will be an opportunity to deepen themes addressed by popular science books and to meet their authors.
We are glad to introduce you MARS42, our new Summer Entrepreneurship School developed in collaboration with 42 Accelerator, a revolutionary accelerator program for early-stage and game-changing startups.
The purpose of MARS42 is to provide Science PhDs and Post-Docs with the high-technical guidance and multidisciplinary mentorship required for reading Research under a new light.
SISSA will host the first edition of the 6 x ½ hour Telethon relay, a non-competitive fundraising event. All proceeds will be donated to Telethon Foundation.
Read details: https://www.sissa.it/news/run-telethon
Docenti, Dottorandi e Assegnisti sono invitati a compilare il questionario in cui viene richiesto, per macro tipologia di servizio, qual è la percezione in merito alla chiarezza delle procedure, completezza delle informazioni, ecc., in modo da misurare il grado di qualità percepita.
The School is mainly directed to undergraduate and graduate students, with little or no experience in computer simulations.
Click here for more information: http://democritos.sissa.it/school2017/index.php/Main/HomePage
The PhD honoris causa award ceremony, planned for today 31 January 2017 in SISSA, Trieste, has been cancelled. Antonio Damasio will not be able to attend because of an unexpected indisposition.