Previous editions

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.

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2020 edition

  • COVID-19 in Africa: health, economic and political challenges Public health, Economics, Political science
    • 22nd - 26th June, online
    • Flyer

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.

Key figures

  • 18 participants
  • 13 international experts
  • 10 nationalities represented

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

2019 edition

  • Brain homeostasis and neurovascular coupling | Neurosciences
    • 19th May – 8th June
    • Flyer
  • Bordeaux School of public health | Public health
    • 20th May - 28th June
    • Flyer
  • Ecology and society: frontiers and boundaries | Environment
  • Advanced mass spectrometry applied to cultural heritage | Analytical chemistry, Cultural heritage
  • Biosensors and actuators for cellular and systems neuroscience | Neurosciences
    • 23rd June – 13th July
    • Flyer
  • Short-pulse lasers and applications | Optics, photonics, lasers
  • Microbiota, symbiosis and individuality: conceptual and philosophical issues | Immunology
  • Cardiac electrophysiology | Cardiology
  • Organic electronics | Materials of the future
  • Africa 2030 | Public health, Economics, Political science

Key figures

  • 300+ participants
  • 150 international experts
  • 34 nationalities represented

See below for some photo highlights of the 2019 edition!


Richard Nourry © université de Bordeaux
Richard Nourry © université de Bordeaux
Richard Nourry © université de Bordeaux
Richard Nourry © université de Bordeaux
Richard Nourry © université de Bordeaux
Richard Nourry © université de Bordeaux
Richard Nourry © université de Bordeaux
Richard Nourry © université de Bordeaux


Updated on 12/04/2021

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