NaMeS PhD Studies

NaMeS PhD Studies

“Interdisciplinary NAnoscience School: from phenoMEnology to applicationS” (‘NaMeS’) is a research training programme of the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS (IPC) intended for PhD fellows. The programme, benefiting from former IPC achievements in nanoscience, is designed to employ the phenomenological knowledge concerning nanoscale processes to the creation of new materials applicable in industrial technology, medical diagnostics, and environmental protection.

NaMeS links chemistry, physics, mathematics, biology and materials science with business. The programme is aimed at creating a new generation of scientists capable of working in both scientific and business sectors, and becoming  stimulants and intermediaries of knowledge & technology transfer on an international level.

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Recruitment

Recruitment

Next calls

will be announced if vacancies occur

18
06

How to publish in internal journals and maximise your impact in the field - WORKSHOP

On the 11th-12th June, 2018 the 2-Day Author Training Academy was held in the assembly hall of the IPC PAS. The workshop discussed how to write a manuscript and successfully submit it to a journal. The training was addressed to all IPC researchers and in particular to the NaMeS and IDS PhD students. The meeting was attended by ca. 80 people.

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29
05

Academic scientists and Pharmaceutical R&D: what can they offer each other ?

NaMeS students are invited to IPC PAS Seminar Lecture:

Radosław Kwapiszewski, PhD Eng

R&D Project Manager, Drug Discovery Department, Adamed Group

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21
05

How to succeed in an ERC grant application?

Workshop on ERC grant application

This event is organized by Polish Academy of Sciences together with University of Cambridge. It is required to register to this event (participation is free of charge): https://goo.gl/forms/QmJ5U48I2eq7flw42

  • Date and time: 14th of June, 9:30-16:00
  • Place: Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS, Assembly Hall
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 711859.