Summer School on Preparative Strategies in Solid State and Materials Chemistry
DATES: August 8-21, 2010
LOCATION: University of California, Santa Barbara
The International Center for Materials Research (ICMR) at UC Santa Barbara will hold a Summer School on the Preparative Strategies in Solid State and Materials Chemistry from August 8-21, 2010 at UCSB. The school is aimed at future leaders of Materials Science: proponents of the idea that selection of materials for specific functions should depend solely on which material is optimal, rather than on what the investigator is familiar with. Candidate attendees are students close to finishing their PhD, and whose research involves materials preparation. In addition, candidates for the school are expected to display a strong curiousity into materials classes that may lie outside their domain of familiarity.
You can find the schedule for the summer school at the following link: Click here for schedule.
You can find a flier for the summer school at the following link: Click here for flier.
Areas covered in the school:
- Bioconjugate Materials
- Correlated Oxides
- Hydrothermal Techniques
- Main Group Compounds
- Molecular Machines
- Nitrides and Oxynitrides
- Phosphorescent Molecules
- Branched Polymers
- Extended Hybrids
- Ionic Conductors
- Metal-Organic Frameworks
- Peptide Materials
- Templated Porosity
Speakers and Presentations (available as pdfs below)
How to apply:
NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
We welcome applications for the Summer School from graduate (PhD) students. Lodging and meals will be provided and there is no registration fee. Travel support is available.
1. You can apply by visiting the following link click here.
2. Graduate students should, in addition to the above application, have their research supervisor email a letter of recommendation to Jennifer Ybarra at email@example.com.
The deadline to submit an application was March 19, 2010. All applications will be acknowledged by email.
For further details, please contact the ICMR Program Coordinator, Jennifer Ybarra, at firstname.lastname@example.org