Covering the fields of African studies to analytical chemistry to health sciences to environmental issues to optics and more, discover the previous editions of the Bordeaux Summer Schools.
- African cities in 2030: multidisciplinary research to meet health, demographic, economic and political challenges | Public health, Economics, Political science
- May 31st – June 4th
- Soft Matter for Functional Materials #3: surface patterning and colloidal assembly | Materials of the future
- 14th – 18th June
- Advanced mass spectrometry applied to cultural heritage | Analytical chemistry, Cultural heritage
- 16th – 18th June
- Advanced materials for energy storage and conversion | Energy
- 5th – 9th July
- ECNP Immuno-NeuroPsychiatry | Neuroscience
- 15th – 17th July
- Wine and sake: the cutting-edge of oenology and sakeology | Oenology
- 6th – 10th September
- Neurepiomics | Neuroscience
- 11th – 15th October
- 258 participants
- 97 international experts
- +100 hours training, +45 hours interactive sessions, +12 hours informal exchanges
- COVID-19 in Africa: health, economic and political challenges | Public health, Economics, Political science
- 22nd - 26th June, online
Dedicated to the health, economic and political challenges raised by the COVID-19 epidemic in Africa and its immediate and potential consequences for the continent, this online Bordeaux Summer School was open to graduate and doctoral students as well as professionals.
Our aim was for participants to exchange with scientists and key actors in the fight against COVID-19 in Africa, for them to understand what we know and don’t know about this epidemic, and to discover, hands-on, how important and powerful it is to join skills and experiences from different backgrounds and disciplines to address such a complex international crisis.
Joanna Orne-Gliemann — Member of the organizing committee and IDLIC researcher
- 18 participants
- 13 international experts
- 10 nationalities represented
See below for some photo highlights of the 2019 edition!
Bordeaux Summer Schools