On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we are pleased to invite students, from all countries, to the second International School on Atmospheric Chemistry to be held at Shanghai (China), in the period November 22-30, 2017. This school builds on the very successful first and second editions held in 2013 and 2015.
The course is aimed at PhD students and post-doctoral scientists in the field of atmospheric chemistry.
The emphasis of this third School on Atmospheric Chemistry (SESAC3) is twofold:
- Scientific topics cover (a) the basics of gas phase, heterogeneous and multiphase chemistry and modelling. (b) will address current topics such as the routes for organics oxidation in the atmosphere, secondary organic aerosol formation and properties, , exchanges at interfaces (soil, oceans, etc…) and the implications to the atmosphere (air quality and climate change) and (c) the state of the atmosphere in China.
- Building common awareness between the new generations of atmospheric scientists.
Invited lectures by (agreed lecturers only)
A.R. Ravishankara, Sergey Nizkorodov, Jamie Donaldson, Daniel Knopf, Markus Ammann , Wahid Mellouki, Christian George, Eric Villenave, Hartmut Herrmann, Bernard Aumont, Stephan Borrmann, Ali Wiedensohler , Thorsten Hoffmann , Guibin Jiang, Jiming Hao, Yuanhang Zhang, Jianmin Chen, Xin Yang, Yujing Mu, Xinming Wang, Tong Zhu, Tao Wang
How to apply
Applications must include your CV, research interest and description of your work (Maximum length 3 pages) and should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before August 31st, 2017.
As the number of participant will be strictly limited, a selection of applications will made based on the quality of the documents submitted.
The full registration fee for the school will be in the range 300 – 400 € (maximum amount requested depending on the final secured funding for the school and depending the type of accommodation selected – shared or single), covering all local costs (full board accommodation for the full duration of the school).
Attendees will have to cover themselves the travel expenses to Shanghai (if booked well in advance, this is associated with a reasonable cost).
For complete information, see: http://sesac3.sciencesconf.