There are four courses starting at the end of January/early February that require registration:
Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry, Integrated Cell Biology, Science Based Business Fundamentals and Catalytic Surface Science.
From January 29 until February 6, we will organize the biannual course Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry (PhMIC) 2015
For Programme and Registration see: http://www.hrsmc.nl/education/hrsmc-courses/physical-methods-in-inorganic-chemistry/phmic.html
The MSc Course “Integrated Cell Biology” will be held from 26-30 January, 2015 and from 2-6 February 2015 (2 identical sessions à 5 days, Monday-Friday). The course is limited to 12 participants per session. It combines both theoretical lectures and state-of-the-art practicals and will provide an efficient and integrated view on today’s possibilities to study, develop and exploit in vitro human cell cultures for biomedical research purposes. More information about the program can be found on the ICB blackboard site (you need to logon first in Blackboard with your ULCN account). Although ICB is meant in a first instance for students of the LST and Chemistry Master educational programs, it will also be open for PhDs and Post-docs from the LIC who would like to refine their cell culture expertise (Master students will have priority though). PhDs or Post-docs that would like to participate should contact Dr. Claude Backendorf (email@example.com). Master students, please request enrollment immediately via the ICB blackboard site.
In de Science Based Business Fundamentals cursus is nog een aantal plaatsen beschikbaar. Deze 15 EC cursus, voltijds, zal gegeven worden van 2 februari tot 10 april (10 weken).
De vakomschrijving is hier te vinden op: http://science.leidenuniv.nl/index.php/sbb/fundamentals
Studenten kunnen zich inschrijven voor de course door een formulier in te vullen: https://www.jotform3.leidenuniv.nl/sbb/40621701324.
3-full day course organized by NIOK (Dutch Catalysis Research Institute) with various speakers from Dutch universities on surface science aspects of catalysis: basic principles of surface chemistry and surface analysis techniques, structure of surfaces, adsorption and reactions at surfaces, theoretical surface science and heterogeneous catalysis, electrochemical surface science.
The course is first of all meant for master students from NIOK University groups, but is open for other interested people if places are available. It is an intensive three-day course, lectures are given from 9.00 – 17.00. The number of participants is limited to 30.
Please use the registration form to register for this course.
26-28 January 2015, at the Gorlaeus Laboratories, Leiden University.
Hotel rooms for students from outside Leiden will be available (paid by sponsoring of VIRAN).
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