INSD Summer School 2020, Osaka-Tsukuba

INSD Summer School 2020, Osaka-Tsukuba

On-demand lectures August 1st and 15th. On-live test during August 24th and 28th

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The Institute for NanoScience Design, Osaka University will hold the INSD Summer School 2020 on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology with the combination of on-demand and on-live styles, since this year the movement restrictions caused by the COVID-19 prevent us to invite foreign lecturers abroad to Osaka. The Summer School 2020 is composed of three topics of lectures that are chosen from our archives recorded in 2018 and 2019.  The recorded lectures of seven or eight times will be uploaded on the INSD website during August 1st and 15th.  During this period, participating students should finish to view a series of lectures on-demand style and each time soon after viewing each lecture, send their answer to short questions for the evidence of viewing. The final test will be given as on-live style of student presentation with the participation of the lecturers abroad.  The ZOOM system will be used for the final presentation. 

The summer school is aimed at fostering international young talent on nanoscience and nanoengineering. This program is shared with the University of Tsukuba by connecting these university students.  
The lecture documents and recorded lectures will be uploaded on URL:

INSD Summer School 2020, Osaka-Tsukuba
(Summer Lectures in 2020 on Nanotechnology/Nanoscience) 

Lecturers: This year the following four lecturers will offer three topics, two from Osaka and one from Tsukuba.

Osaka University: Prof. Masashi Watanabe (Dept. Mater. Sci. & Eng., Lehigh University, USA),
         Prof. Marie D’angelo (Institute for NanoSciences of Paris, Sorbonne University, France)
University of Tsukuba: Prof. Etienne Gheeraert and Prof. Henri Mariette (University of Grenoble-Alpes, France)

Access point available for the final test on ZOOM, if desired
(Toyonaka Campus, capacity: 40) R.N. 305, INSD Seminar Room, 3rd floor of Interdisciplinary Research Building;
(Suita Campus, capacity 12) R.N. F390, INSD Satellite Room, 3rd floor of the first research building of Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research.