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Стипендии за обучение в Германия и Европа

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Стипендии за обучение в Германия и Европа

Мнениеот tonic » 27 Февруари 2006, 15:32:04

ако смятате за удачно, тук можем да публикуваме различни възможности за отпускане на стипендии за обучение или друг вид финансиране на обучение в Германия или други европейски страни.



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Мнениеот tonic » 27 Февруари 2006, 15:41:57

като инициатор започвам първа с тази страница, на която има много интересни стипендии за следдиплмно обучение:
http://www.eastchance.com/anunt-index.asp?q=eu,sch
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Мнениеот velingrad » 27 Февруари 2006, 18:50:33

Айде и от мене ТОВА :wink:
Ако не харесваш нещо, промени го. Ако не можеш, промени отношението си. Не мрънкай.
На народите с къса памет,
преходите им са много дълги!
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Мнениеот tonic » 28 Февруари 2006, 09:42:44

днес ще ви зарадвам с възможностите за отпускане на стипендии за обучение в различините степени на висше обарзование и за летни езикови курсове в Унгария - ето тук www.scholarship.hu
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Мнениеот tonic » 6 Март 2006, 09:34:17

имам въпрос към модераторите: имам възможност да предоставя информации за различни възможности за обучение и финансиране на това обучение, но те не са на български, а на английски и съответно на латиница. може ли? само не ми казвайте,че трябва да ги превеждам, защото ще ме напуснат мигом всички добри намерения...плийз
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Мнениеот Mr.Bombastic » 6 Март 2006, 10:14:57

Нямаш проблем. Първо писането на кирилица е за българския език само и второ, когато материалите са полезни не ги пипаме (стига да могат да се прочетат).
А я аз да питам. Тези материали от теб ли са писани? Имаме ли право да ги публикуваме и в "Полезна информация" на страницата.
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Мнениеот tonic » 6 Март 2006, 10:33:10

не, не са писани от мен, а са издирени по интернет и други канали....няма проблем да бъдат публикувани, където и да е....важното е повече българи да могат да се възползват от предоставените възможности
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Мнениеот tonic » 6 Март 2006, 10:39:38

ГЕРМАНИЯ

Monetary Theory and Policy
Bonn, Germany

Deadline: 5 May 2006
Finaid: Stipends for academic participants are available
Date: 12 June - 20 June 2006
Open to: advanced doctoral students, post-docs, junior assistant professors and central bank economists


Purpose: The purpose of the ZEI Summer School is to bring together young economists for a series of lectures covering the current frontiers of research in their area of interest and to create an opportunity for stimulating discussions and presentation of their own research to a group of international scholars.

Participants: Advanced doctoral students, post-docs, junior assistant professors and central bank economists.

Lecture Topics: Asset prices and macroeconomics, identification with sign restrictions, new open economy macroeconomic models, exchange rates in dynamic general equilibrium models, models of exchange rate pass-through, open economy models of the current account

Accommodation: The ZEI Summer School will take place at a seminar center near Bonn (Physikzentrum Bad Honnef). Room and board will be provided.

Cost: Participants are expected to pay for their own transportation. Room rates are approximately EUR 47 per day including breakfast and lunch. The conference fee is Ђ 1500. Stipends for academic participants are available.

Presentations: Presentations must be based on a paper, which has to be submitted by May 5.

Application and information: Applicants should send the paper they wish to present together with a short curriculum vitae and a letter of recommendation before 5 May 2006 to: Rudolf Maier (zeib@uni-bonn.de) ZEI, University of Bonn,Walter-Flex-Strasse 3, 53113 Bonn, Germany.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5 May 2006.

Website: http://www.zei.de/zei_english/propro/su ... l2006.html

2nd Summer School on Governance and Democracy in Central Eastern Europe
Lьneburg, Germany

Deadline: 30 May 2006 (notification of acceptance: 15 June 2006)
Finaid: scholarships are available
Date: 13 - 26 August, 2006
Open to: 20 - 25 junior researchers (MPhil/PhD students)


Target Groups:
20-25 junior researchers (MPhil/PhD students) working on governance and democracy in Central Eastern Europe under comparative or national perspective.

Objectives:
The main objectives include: to expose junior academics to a wider range of expertise on theoretical and methodological approaches than would normally be available at a single institution; to provide a forum for discussing research issues with specialized staff from Western and Central Eastern Europe; to help graduate researchers develop their dissertation projects/thesis; to stimulate closer academic co-operation between junior researchers in Political Science in Europe, the US and Canada; to disseminate best practice in research on governance and democracy.

Courses:
The Summer School comprises an intensive programme of lectures, seminars and presentations of students' research projects. The teaching language will be English. There will be ten teaching days, each of which will be organised around a topical research question related to the overall theme of the Summer School. The overall number of class contact hours will be about 60. On request, 10 ECTS credits may be awarded. A detailed academic programme is available on the Summer School homepage.

Deadline:
Application deadline 30 May 2006 (notification of acceptance: 15 June 2006)

Fees:
The fee for the Summer School is Ђ300 and covers: full tuition, accommodation in student residences; lunch vouchers for each working day in Lьneburg; access to library and computing facilities; guided city tour to Hamburg; travel to Berlin and hotel accommodation in Berlin (two days).

Scholarships:
ECPR mobility fund (applications directly to the ECPR ); DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) travel fund (applications through the Summer School organisers).

Contact:
Professor Dr. Ferdinand Mьller-Rommel
Telephone: +[49] 4131 677 2486
Fax: +[49] 4131 677 2474
Email: muero@uni-lueneburg.de

Website: http://www.uni-lueneburg.de/zdemo/

The Potsdam Summer Academy (PoSA)
University of Potsdam, Germany

Deadline: March 15th, 2006
Finaid: Scholarships are available
Date: July 3rd to July 28th, 2006
Open to: All interested


The Potsdam Summer Academy (PoSA) is an outstanding venue for learning in an international context, offering a variety of courses in economics, business administration, and social policy with the focus on banking, insurance, social security, and public regulation. International experts and selected staff from the Berlin-Brandenburg academic and business environment look forward to instruct an international group of advanced graduate students. The four-weeks program also includes a series of field trips and visits to business companies. No prior German language training is required. After the four-weeks program, internships with institutions and business can be arranged.

The main purpose of PoSA is academic. High-quality courses conducted in English are offered in an international, intellectually challenging environment. PoSA provides a unique opportunity for English-speaking foreign students and academics to deepen and widen their knowledge of banking, insurance, public economics, and social policy.

In addition to academic instruction, PoSA offers a unique chance to get firsthand experience of today‘s Germany.

First, an information programme provides a general information on Germany and Europe, including topics such as politics, history, and local customs.

Second, participants take courses together with German students who will support their foreign partners and prepare them with information for studying, traveling and other activities in Germany.

Third, a limited number of internships with Berlin-Brandenburg research institutes, institutions of the Federal Government, the States of Berlin and Brandenburg and German businesses in the region can be arranged.

Finally, an extended cultural programme, international evenings, visits to local businesses, and field trips into the Mark Brandenburg complete the extra-curricular activities provided by PoSA.

Website: http://marx.wiso.uni-potsdam.de/posa/index.php


The 6th POLNET Summer School on the Analysis of Political and Managerial Networks
Universitдt Konstanz, Germany

Deadline: Application will be possible at least until the end of April
Finaid: Participants from Central and Eastern European countries may qualify for financial support
Date: July 31 - August 4, 2006
Open to: MA and PhD students as well as researchers interested


The 6th POLNET Summer School on the Analysis of Political and Managerial Networks will take place at University of Konstanz, Germany, July 31 - August 4, 2006.
The seminar is a basic introduction to social network analysis. It is intended for MA and PhD students as well as researchers interested in theoretically driven empirical research on networks in the social sciences. The aim of the Summer School is to introduce scholars to the analysis of networks who are conducting or planning to conduct quantitative studies of networks in the fields of policy, management and organisational science. By using a concrete data set of relationships among a set of actors, the Summer School will introduce UCINET and visone as methodological tools for analyzing these data.

More detailed information will be provided by the end of the year.
Participation fee is anticipated to be no more than 300 EUR, application will be possible at least until the end of April.

Participants from Central and Eastern European countries may qualify for financial support.

Website: http://www.polnet-school.info/

3rd International Summer Academy: Energy and the Environment
Greifswald, Germany

Deadline: 30 April 2006
Finaid: A number of full and partial scholarships depending on personal merit and need
Date: 16 - 29 July 2006
Open to: Young professionals from the areas of politics, academia, business and society


The 3rd international Summer Academy “Energy and the Environment” will take place in Greifswald from July 16 to July 29, 2006.

The Topic
On 1 January 2005, an economic instrument of climate policy was introduced throughout Europe: Greenhouse Gas Emission Allowance Trading. The 3rd international Summer Academy will address the topic “Emissions Trading in Europe – Review and Preview” and evaluate initial experiences with his system from an economic, legal and political perspective as well as from the point of view of practice. It also aims to provide new ideas for political and legal decision-making. The Commission report on the operation of the emissions trading directive submitted to the European Parliament and the Council by a 30 June 2006 will provide an ideal starting point. Drawing on a review of experiences to date, the Council has been mandated with elaborating proposals for the further development of emissions trading as an instrument. 30 June 2006 is also the deadline for submission of the National Allocation Plans for the second trading period.

Speakers
The roster of speakers is again comprised of highly qualified experts. We expect the participation of Franzjosef Schafhausen of the Federal Ministry of the Environment, Bernd Hansjьrgens of the UFZ Leipzig/Halle, Jьrgen Lefevere of European Commission, as well as many other recognized
scholars and practitioners.

Participants
We seek the participation of excellent young professionals from the areas of politics, academia, business and society working on issues of environmentally sustainable energy policy and energy generation.

Deadline: 30 April 2006

Fees:
Full fee (Business sponsored participants):
One week: 1.000 Ђ; Two weeks: 1.500 Ђ

Reduced fee (Other participants):
One week: 250 Ђ; Two weeks: 350 Ђ

The fees cover all costs related to tuition and accommodation (with breakfast). Travel costs are not included. We will award a number of full and partial scholarships depending on personal merit and need. Updated information will be available on our website in early 2006.
Website: http://typo3.rz.uni-greifswald.de/funk/?id=gisa


13th Transatlantic Summer Academy (TASA)
University of Bonn - International Office, Germany

Deadline: March 17, 2006
Finaid: A limited number of full or part scholarships is available directly through TASA
Date: June 19 - July 15, 2006
Open to: See 'Target Group'


"Our generation faces new and grave threats to liberty, to the safety of our people, and to civilization, itself. We face an aggressive force that glorifies death, that targets the innocent, and seeks the means to murder on a massive scale. We face the global tragedy of disease and poverty that take uncounted lives and leave whole nations vulnerable to oppression and terror."

In these words, U.S. President George W. Bush described the threat of terrorism in a speech before the German Parliament in Berlin on 23 May 2002, and subsequently called for international cooperation in the fight against terror.

Since the Al Qaeda terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, terrorism has become the greatest security challenge. The attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon have shown that terrorism, in the age of globalization, presents an incalculable great threat that even renders a superpower like the United States of America defenseless. This is why the 13th Transatlantic Summer Academy (TASA) concerns itself with the causes, different faces and the consequences of terrorism.

Causes, Connections, Consequences
Research into the causes of terrorism may shed some light on how to prevent it efficiently. Public debate on the roots of terrorism often does not go beyond a vague idea that terrorism, poverty, fundamentalism and anti-Americanism are somehow connected. However, the issue is much more complicated. After all, not all underdeveloped countries are breeding-grounds for terror. Equating fundamentalists with terrorists would be just as wrong.
We have to be more precise: To what extent does poverty really result in breeding terrorism? Which role does "religion" really play? Is terrorism just the corollary of the "Clash of Civilizations" that Samuel Huntington predicted? Is anti-Americanism a significant factor?
Terrorism is a complex phenomenon with many faces, Islamic terrorism being only one variant. From a historical and comparative perspective, the question arises whether there are constant and generally valid conditions and explanatory patterns for the phenomenon of "terrorism." In other words: Is there a connection between the anarchists in czarist Russia, the Red Army Fraction members in Germany, the ETA-fighters in Spain and the Al-Quaida terrorist in Afghanistan? Can their person profiles be grouped according to socioeconomic characteristics or identified by psychological dispositions? Are there affinities in their objectives? These guiding questions form the basis of a working definition of terrorism, and help us to identify predecessors of 21st-century terrorism in antiquity, the Middle Ages and in modern times. The claim of the novel quality of today's terrorism can be judged appropriately only against its historical background.
9/11 has not just brought about fundamental changes in security policy but a "dawn of a new age [Zeitenwende] in international policy," as German political scientist Karl Kaiser has put it. What exactly is the character of this historical turning-point and how have individual states reacted to terrorism? How does terrorism change the coordinates of foreign policy?
Apart from governmental reactions to terrorism, the reception in the media deserves special attention. It has often been argued that terrorism and the media enjoy a symbiotic relationship. Do certain media spread fear and panic to improve their ratings? The journalistic dilemma involves the task of informing adequately without offering the terrorists a platform for their propaganda. What could be ways out of this dilemma?

Target Group
Graduate Students and Postgraduates in European Studies, International Studies/International Relations, Government, History, Law, Political Science, Sociology, Economics, American Studies, Cultural Studies; Senior Year Undergraduate Students with exceptionally advanced knowledge in these fields

How to apply
Participation in TASA is limited to graduate students from North America and Europe with a strong background in European studies, International Relations, political science, history, economics, law, or cultural studies. In exceptional cases, senior year undergraduate students will be accepted if they can demonstrate exceptional academic achievements and a sound knowledge in the subject areas of the summer academy.

Scholarships
A limited number of full or part scholarships is available directly through TASA: We explicitly encourage highly qualified students -- especially from Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe -- to submit an application for a scholarship.

To apply for a scholarship through TASA, please submit a brief application letter -- indicating the necessary amount and the steps you have taken to secure additional funding from other sources -- together with the regular application material

Website: http://www.tasa.uni-bonn.de



The Kiel Summer School
Kiel, Germany

Deadline: annually, end of April
Finaid: a series of scholarships are available for students from Eastern Europe or low income countries
Date: annually, for eight weeks from June to July
Open to: students who have graduated at least their second year of university studies


The Kiel Summer School (KiSS) is a center for learning in an international context, offering a variety of courses in economics, business administration, quantitative methods, social sciences, and the German language. The seven-week program also includes a series of field trips and visits to business companies. No prior German language training is required. After the seven-week program, internships with institutions and business can be arranged.

The main purpose of KiSS is academic. High-quality courses conducted in English are offered in an intellectually challenging environment. KiSS provides a unique opportunity for English-speaking foreign students and academics to deepen and widen their knowledge of business administration, economics, quantitative methods, and social sciences. In addition, all participants attend German language courses at suitable levels to newly acquire the language or to achieve a higher level of perfection.

In addition to academic instruction, KiSS offers a unique chance to get firsthand experience of today‘s Germany. First, participants take courses together with German students and some participants stay with German families. Second, an orientation week provides a general information on Germany and Europe, including topics such as politics, history, and local customs. During orientation week, KiSS will also prepare its participants for studying, traveling and other activities in Germany. Fourth, a limited number of internships with German businesses in the region can be arranged. Finally, international evenings, sailing events, visits to local businesses, and two field trips into northern Germany between the North and Baltic Seas complete the extra-curricular activities provided by KiSS.

Website: http://www.bwl.uni-kiel.de/KiSS
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Мнениеот Mr.Bombastic » 6 Март 2006, 10:48:17

Ако ти се занимава може да удебелиш някаква част от заглавната информация за всяка тема. Не за друго ами да се чете по-ясно. сега се сливат някакси.
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Мнениеот tonic » 6 Март 2006, 10:55:29

ВЕЛИКОБРИТАНИЯ

ECPR Summer School on Environmental Politics and Policy
Keele University UK


Deadline: 8 May 2006
Finaid: Applications to the ECPR mobility fund and ECPR scholarship fund are encouraged
Date: 25 June - 7 July, 2006
Open to: See 'Target Groups'

Target Groups:
Summer School participants should be graduate students who are currently engaged in research on any aspect of environmental politics or the international relations of the environment or related fields. The group for which the summer school participation would probably be most beneficial are PhD students who are at least one year into their projects, but MRes students and novice PhD students may also apply. Post-doctoral researchers are also invited to join if their current research work is in this field.
There is no age limit. The Summer School is open to participants from all ECPR member institutions. Applications from colleagues working in non- ECPR member institutions will be considered if places are available. The key criterion for accepting applications is academic merit, i.e. the quality and thematic appropriateness of the paper to be presented by the participants.

Objectives:
To develop links between established and young environmental political scientists and theorists working in European universities and research institutes; To stimulate closer academic cooperation between research students working on environmental issues; To contribute to the intellectual and career development of new and young researchers; To provide new and young researchers with a forum to discuss their research with other researchers from a range of ECPR universities and research institutes; To create a network of researchers concerned with issues of environmental politics and policy.

Courses:
The Summer School will be organised around an intensive two-week programme of seminars and presentations of student projects. The teaching language will be English. There will be 10 teaching days, each divided into morning and afternoon sessions. Each session will be run by a designated lecturer, who will deliver a morning teaching workshop before going on to supervise the delivery of student presentations and ensuing discussion. Topics covered in 2006 will include green political theory, political sociology of the environment, international relations, and public policy. See the school website for details of teaching staff.

Deadline:
Application deadline 8 May 2006.

Scholarships:
Applications to the ECPR mobility fund and ECPR scholarship fund are encouraged for eligible applicants.

Fees:
Ј350 for applicants from ECPR member institution; Ј425 for others. This covers all tuition, 13 nights bed and breakfast accommodation and Ј30 contribution to the cost of other meals.

Contact:
Jill Gordon
Research Institute for Law, Politics and Justice
Keele University, ST5 5BG, UK
Telephone: +[44] 1782 584588
Fax: +[44] 1782 582592
Email: j.gordon@humss.keele.ac.uk

Website: http://www.keele.ac.uk/research/lpj/ecp ... /index.htm


Cambridge Veterinary School
University of Cambridge, UK

Deadline: 13th March 2006
Finaid: Full
Date: 25th June to 26th August
Open to: Students with a variety of nationalities and educational backgrounds


The veterinary profession works in the front line of animal health treatment but is also central in advising Government on agricultural policy and management of epidemic and zoonotic diseases. It is crucial for the pharmaceutical industry to have veterinary profession input into the understanding of diseases and the processes that lead to pathological situations and so to help in development of drugs for all diseases that affect animals and humans. Genomic and proteomic research are also impacting on the ability to clone or alter animal genetics and so affect animal breeding or health programmes. Modern scientific methods are employed to improve diagnosis, treatment, epidemiology and vaccination and also to understand the disease process itself. The modern world therefore needs veterinary scientists to take part in and lead research and to translate research output into practise within the community. We need to train young veterinarians in all aspects of science so that they can contribute and direct where this research should lead us in the future.

Over the last six years Cambridge University has developed a Summer School to foster veterinary science skills and examine careers for veterinary scientists. The School aims to allow you as a veterinary student to consider the contribution that you might make (and the excitement you will experience) by following a veterinary science career. The School offers the opportunity to find out about important and challenging veterinary problems in depth; to discuss such problems with experts in the field; to perform a structured research project in a top class laboratory; to develop problem-solving, teamwork and communication skills, and to consider the structure and potential directions of careers in veterinary science. We also consider ethical and other questions pertinent to such a career. Whether participants subsequently take a research career path or go into practice, the School aims to remind the student that in the study of veterinary medicine you must acquire the questioning habits of an education rather than merely learning an unchanging craft.

Structure of the Summer School
The Fundamentals of Veterinary Science Summer School is a nine-week residential school for clinical veterinary students or new veterinary graduates. Participants are selected from the entire world-wide veterinary community: a great deal of the success of the School derives from the interaction of students with a variety of nationalities and educational backgrounds.

Participants are paid an honorarium and travel costs. In addition, accommodation is arranged and paid for by the School.

The academic programme consists of workshops and seminars (see details of last year's program), as well as a research project in one of Cambridge University's leading laboratories. The workshops give participants the chance to review areas of interest with world authorities in their subject area, and to practice presentation and discussion skills. Working sometimes singly and sometimes in teams, participants are asked to prepare and present information on a single aspect of the topic. A group of these presentations is used to stimulate discussion in debates in which the expert faculty are briefed to both provoke and inform.

Students are housed together in a Cambridge college (Wolfson Court, Girton College), with their own rooms and a shared kitchen. A number of social events are organised by the Summer School including a punt trip, a formal college dinner and a barbecue, but we hope that you will develop a real group spirit and enjoy your summer working and "playing" together. Cambridge is a small, but beautiful and lively town with many activities occurring throughout the summer.

Summer School 2006 - Applications and Enquiries
In 2006 we shall run from 25th June to 26th August.

Enquiries about the Fundamentals of Veterinary Science Summer School 2006 should be directed either to Mrs Janet Smith, Administrator, at js247@cam.ac.uk or to Dr Barbara Blacklaws, Director of Summer School, at bab2@cam.ac.uk. You will be selected for the Programme on the basis of past academic record and your short personal statement (<400 words) describing your motivation for participating in the Summer School. You may come from anywhere in the world providing that your veterinary and general education equips you to benefit from the course. You should be in the clinical years of veterinary training or within 3 years of graduation from a veterinary course. A fluent command of English is essential. The application form is available in pdf or RTF, or as a Word document or from Mrs Janet Smith, js247@cam.ac.uk. Please be sure to state which areas of veterinary and basic science particularly interest you and why. Please ask an academic referee to support your application on the form provided. We accept applications either by post or email at the address indicated on the form, however your academic reference must be on paper. Entry to the Summer School is competitive. The closing date for applications is Friday 13th March 2006.

Website: http://www.vet.cam.ac.uk/summerschool/
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ФИНЛАНДИЯ

16th Jyvдskylд Summer School
Jyvдskylд, Finland

Deadline: 12th April 2006
Finaid: scholarships are available
Date: 24th July - 11th August 2006
Open to: advanced Master's students, graduate students and post-doc


The 16th Jyvдskylд Summer School is organised in cooperation with the Faculty of Mathematics and Science and the Faculty of Information Technology at the University of Jyvдskylд, Finland. Jyvдskylд Summer School annually offers courses for advanced Master's students, graduate students and post-docs in the various fields of science.

Fields of the summer school
- Chemistry
- Biology
- Renewable Energy
- Physics
- Mathematics
- Statistics
- Scientific Computing
- Information Systems


Courses of the 16th Jyvдskylд Summer School

Chemistry
CH1: New Ionization Techniques in Mass Spectrometry
CH2: 15^N NMR
CH3: Supramolecular Systems Based on Bile Acids
CH4: Chemical Syntheses and Transformations under Non-Traditional Conditions

Renewable Energy
RE1: Renewable Energy Trading in Electricity Market
RE2: Engineering Thermodynamics in Renewable Energy Applications

Biology
BIO1: Biological Imaging in Nanoscale
BIO2: Links between Hydrodynamics and Aquatic Ecology

Physics
PH1: Concepts and Questions in Nuclear Astrophysics
PH2: Nuclear Structure
PH3: Supersymmetry Phenomenology
PH4: Introduction to the Theory of Magnetic Nanostructures
PH5: Quantum Electromechanical Systems

Mathematics
MA1: Dessins d'Enfants: Function Theory and Algebra of Belyi Functions on Riemann Surfaces
MA2: Dessins d'Enfants: Combinatorics and Group Theory of Belyi Functions on Riemann Surfaces

Statistics
STA1: Spatial Statistics in Practice

Scientific Computing
SC1: Iterative Projection Methods for
Sparce Linear Systems and Eigenproblems
SC2: Domain Decomposition and Multigrid Methods
SC3: Introduction to Machine Vision
SC4: Iterative Methods and Structured Matrices
SC5: Variational Methods in Imaging

Information Systems
IS1: Multimedia Computing
IS2: Important Legal and Risk Considerations in the Global Software Business
IS3: Contract Agreements Related to the International Software Business
IS4: Knowledge Engineering

Contact Informations:

Jyvдskylд Summer School
Faculty of Mathematics and Science
P.O.Box 35
FI-40014 University of Jyvдskylд
Finland

Tel. +358 14 260 2206
Fax. +358 14 260 2201
Email. jss@cc.jyu.fi

Website: http://www.jyu.fi/science/muut_yksikot/summerschool/en/


Helsinki Summer School
Helsinki, Finland


Deadline: will be available in the beginning of the year 2006
Finaid: A limited number of scholarships for talented students
Date: August 2006
Open to: visit the official website for more information


Universities in Helsinki wish you a warm welcome to Helsinki Summer School, an international summer university. Helsinki Summer School provides an exceptional opportunity to combine high quality learning with unforgettable summer experiences in Helsinki, the Capital of Finland.
As a city of culture and high technology, Helsinki offers excellent facilities for university studies. The Summer School's friendly atmosphere, new international friends and a wide range of social events and excursions also contribute to a memorable summer course in Helsinki. We, the faculty and staff of the Summer School, will be working with you to make sure that your stay in Helsinki will be as pleasant for you as it has been for previous participants in Helsinki Summer School.

In summer 2006 we will be offering multidisciplinary courses designed for university and college students from all over the world. The language of study is English and the credits are transferable. The 2006 course programme will be available in the beginning of the year 2006.

Email summer-school@helsinki.fi.

Website: http://summerschool.helsinki.fi/
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Мнениеот tonic » 7 Март 2006, 11:35:47

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EMS Summer School 2006: CANT 2006
University of Liиge, Belgium

Deadline: for application to grant - 20th March 2006

Finaid: grants are available
Date: 8 - 19 May 2006
Open to: researchers


This international school is aimed at presenting and developing recent trends in Combinatorics, Automata Theory and Number Theory. On the one hand, the newest results in these areas shall benefit from a synthetic exposition, and on the other hand, emphasis on the connections existing between the main topics of the school will be sought.

To reach these complementary goals, high quality lecturers of international recognition have been selected. Due to their scientific and pedagogical capabilities, we hope that they will attract a wide audience including Ph.D. students, young researchers as well as more mature researchers. They have been asked to convey in their lectures state-of-the-art results, open problems and main issues in their individual field of expertise.

Concurrently to the school, there will be an international conference focusing on the same topics. Courses and lectures will be organized in the morning, while the afternoon sessions will be devoted to the conference. Obviously, this conference gives the opportunity to young researchers to present their personal achievements in front of a worldwide panel of specialists. But, it also permits experienced researchers to participate actively in the event.

We hope that this joint event will bring synergy to the entire community by bringing together researchers working in a specific domain but also by facilitating the interactions amongst researchers working in close and related areas of mathematics.

It is a difficult task to briefly present the main subjects of the school, however they can be succinctly explained as follows. Combinatorics, and more specifically combinatorics on words, deals with problems that can be stated in a noncommutative monoid such as subword complexity of finite or infinite words, construction and properties of infinite words, unavoidable regularities or patterns,.... For instance, the coding of orbits and trajectories by words, constitutes the basis of symbolic dynamical systems. A historical example dating back to 1921, is the study by H. M. Morse of recurrent geodesics on a surface with negative curvature. As an other example, these similar ideas are found in connection with the Word Problem in group theory. Moreover the use of combinatorics is sought in the analysis of algorithms, initiated by D.~E.~Knuth, and which greatly relies on number theory, asymptotic methods and computer algebra.

When considering some numeration system, any integer can be represented as a finite word over an alphabet of digits.

This simple observation leads to the study of the relationship between the arithmetical properties of the integers and the syntactical properties of the corresponding representations. One of the deepest results in this direction is given by the celebrated Cobham's theorem. Surprisingly, a recent extention of this latter result to the complex numbers leads to the famous Four Exponentials Conjecture. This is just one example of the fruitful relationship between formal language theory (including the theory of automata) and number theory. Other examples are given by the study of digital functions, automatic sequences and the transcendence of formal power series, the Rauzy fractal and discrepancy problems and by the representation of real numbers in various numeration systems.

This latter problem is in particular related to Diophantine analysis or approximations of real numbers to algebraic numbers, which has recently enjoyed striking developments through a fruitful interplay between Diophantine approximation and combinatorics on words.
On the other hand, we have to keep in mind that both combinatorics on words and theory of formal languages have important applications and interactions in computer science and physics. To cite just a few: study and models of quasicrystal, aperiodic order and quasiperiodic tilings, bioinformatics and DNA analysis, theory of parsing, algorithmic verification of large systems, coding theory, discrete geometry and more precisely discretization for computer graphics on a raster display,....

Website: http://www.cant2006.ulg.ac.be/
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УНГАРИЯ


The First CEU Graduate Conference in Humanities
Budapest, Hungary

Deadline: April 1st, 2006

Finaid: full for selected participants
Date: 12 - 14 May 2006
Open to: young scholars and competitive students from or interested on the region


Graduate students and young faculty members, both CEU and non-CEU, are encouraged to propose papers and panels. Each panel will include approximately 4 (four) presentations. Another young scholar will participate as a discussant. Each panel will host a senior scholar or expert in the relevant field of study that will moderate the discussions. Ample time will be left for discussion. The working language will be English.
A panel proposal should contain a short rationale, and, if available, abstracts of possible contributions. In case of need, organizers will help circulate the panel proposals and recruit further participants.
The selection of the papers will be realized by the Advisory Committee, composed by CEU Faculty members, who will be involved throughout the process of organizing the conference.

Deadlines:
The registration period will start on March 1th. Applications will be considered as they are received. The final deadline is April 1st. Early applicants will have better chances of being selected. Applicants that would need a visa to enter Hungary are encouraged to apply earlier.

Financial Support:
There is no registration fee for qualified participants. Accommodation and food are also provided by the organizers. Non-CEU applicants able to cover their travel expenses are strongly encouraged to participate. Also, one may apply for a travel grant for the cheapest means of travel (up to 100 USD). Successful travel grants applications offer also accommodation in CEU Dormitory. Priority will be given on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

Those intending to apply for a travel grant should write a short letter of justification. (up to 500 words).

The application form as well as any additional information will be soon available on the website of the conference.

The application consists of:
a) the completed application form, including the abstract of the paper (cca. 400 words);
b) a short CV;
c) a short letter of justification ONLY for the applicants for travel grant (up to 500 words). All the applications will be sent to humanitiesgradconf@ceu.hu

For further enquiries please send e-mails to:
Silviu Hariton
PhD student in History, CEU:
HPHhas01@phd.ceu.hu
or
Cristian-Nicolae Daniel
PhD student in Medieval Studies, CEU:
MPHdac01@phd.ceu.hu

Website: www.humanitiesgradconf.ceu.hu
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ШВЕЙЦАРИЯ

Analytical Politics and Public Choice
Zurich, Switzerland

Deadline: April 1st, 2006
Finaid: Scholarships are available
Date: 12 - 20 September, 2006
Open to: PhD students, Postdoctoral researchers and junior faculty


Target Groups:
PhD students, Postdoctoral researchers and junior faculty who wish to receive advanced training in analytical politics and public choice to address their own questions of interest. No prior knowledge in choice-theoretic reasoning is required.

Fees: Ђ100 (accommodation and meals covered).

Quantity of Scholarships:
Based on need and availability, scholarships may be made available.

Value of Scholarships:
Fee (Ђ100). Travel funds may be obtained from the ECPR mobility fund for students from ECPR member institutions.

Contact:
Simon Hug
IPZ, University of Zurich
Hirschengraben 56
8001 Zurich, Switzerland.
Telephone: +[41] 44 634 9050
Fax: +[41] 44 634 9098
Email: simon.hug@access.unizh.ch

Website: http://www.publicadministration.leidenu ... /flyer.pdf
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Ljubljana Summer School
Ljubljana, Slovenia

Deadline: annually, May 21
Finaid: full/partial scholarships available
Date: annually, June-July
Open to: all interested undergraduate/postgraduate students


The summer school is designed for students who are interested in real-life business situations and insights provided both by policy makers and business executives. The objective of the programme is also to introduce students to Slovenia's history, economic and political systems, national heritage and sights of natural beauty.

•Meet the Decision-Makers Face to Face: Challenge and Be Challenged!
Enjoy opportunities to discuss relevant economic and business issues with people who actually play key roles in the economy and politics in Slovenia and internationally

•Visit World Class Companies
Discover the key ingredients of a successful business on company tours with people who have already made it happen.

•Learn by Exchanging Views and Experiences
Meet your colleagues from different parts of the world and gain insights into different cultures and thinking processes that are the source of creativity and development.

•Work on Projects and Earn 7 ECTS Credits
Learn about doing business in South-East Europe and improve your negotiating skills.

•Discover Our Country - Enjoy Our Hospitality
We promise you an unforgettable experience. A number of attractive excursions are waiting for you. Take a dip in the Adriatic while enjoying a view of the Alps, explore a world-famous cave of outstanding beauty, visit a mysterious medieval castle whose history is both exciting and romantic... We'll take good care of you.

•English-speaking programme

Website: http://www.ef.uni-lj.si/en/units/summerSchool/
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