Symposium 9th – 10th and course (9th) 11th – 13th of February 2015
The symposium and course include the technique super-resolution fluorescent microscopy, actualized by the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, and fluctuation-based fluorescence techniques. Results from nano- to single cell and tissue scale will be presented. The course (including the symposium) renders 2 ECTS and the symposium 0.6 ECTS. PhD students and postdocs can apply for KI funded travel/accommodation support. Selection criteria for receiving support: "Applicable if travelling more than 100 km one way, staying at least one night, and presenting a poster. Grants are up to 1000 SEK per person. Selection will be based on the scientific contents and relevance of the poster abstract. Awardees will be notified in mid-January".
Please note that the symposium and the course are open not only for PhD students but also for postdocs. Furthermore, PhD students in KI collaboration programmes such as the MIMS affiliated Doctoral Programme in Infections and Antibiotics are considered equal to KI PhD students when selecting participants if the activities are oversubscribed.
Link to registration to the symposium (including eventual application fo travel/accommodation support)
Dead-line for registration 13 December
Contact person for the symposium: Elina Staaf; email@example.com
Link to apply to the course
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Dead-line for registration 17 November
Contact person for the course: Sofia Johansson; firstname.lastname@example.org
Please register to the symposium/course as specified above. When you are admitted to the symposium/course you can apply for MIMS DPIA travel/accommodation support by filling out the form below. Please state in the "Comment" box at the bottom of the form if you are admitted only to the symposium or to the entire course and if you have applied for/been awarded KI travel/accommodation support.
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