July 19-20, 2012
SISSA, rooms 128-129
The FP7 DOPAMINET Consortium is pleased to announce the 2012 DOPAMINET Summer School which will take place on 19-20 July 2012 in Trieste at SISSA - International School for Advanced Studies. The theme and focus of the Summer School will be on Dopaminergic Neurons and Parkinson's Disease.
REGISTRATIONS ARE OPEN
The Summer School goals are:
To keep step with the growing demand for mobility and globalisation, Wallonia-Brussels International (WBI) has set up an excellence grant programme.
The programme awards:
1. Doctoral grants of a minimum duration of 1 year, renewable up to a maximum of three times.
2. Postdoctoral grants of a minimum duration of 1 year, renewable only once.
3. Short doctoral or postdoctoral research grants (of between 1 and 3 months). These are designed to fund research programmes exclusively within the university framework.
Wednesday July 4, 2012, 8:45
SISSA - Lecture Hall 128
Update on the Standard Model Higgs searches in CMS and ATLAS.
Friday June 15th
SISSA - room 004
"Which is the food for the XXI Century?"
Prof. Maurizio G. Paoletti, Department of Biology Lab. Agroecology and Ethnobiology Padova University
The Doctorate schools of University of Udine, University of Trieste and SISSA, with the contribution of Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia jointly organize a 3 year cycle of Summer schools for PhD students in the areas of Nanotechnology, Biomedicine, and Bioinformatics.
Participation to the schools is open to all PhD students and free of charge for all PhD students of Regione FVG.
The 2012 Edition of the schools will take place in Udine.
6 luglio 2012
SISSA - Aula Conferenze (128-129)
Dott.ssa Manuela Schisani, National Contact Point IDEAS
Il seminario si terrà al mattino mentre nel pomeriggio, a partire dalle 14.30, la relatrice sarà a disposizione per incontri individuali.
June 14, 2012 @ 15.00
SISSA Main Building - Room 132 - first floor
"Modeling financial asset dynamics on the basis of the scaling symmetry. Can the approach be extended to food prices time series?"
Fulvio Baldovin - Attilio Stella, National Institute for Nuclear Physics, Padova