Scholarships in Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion ( Erasmus Mundus Master Programme)


Dear Nanoscience community and friends, our Erasmus Mundus programme ( MESC-Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion)  is now accepting applications from all over the world for the 2011-3012 entry. It is a fully funded scholarship programme in Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion with more emphasis on Materials development and Characterization for Battery Technology, supercapacitors, Fuel cells, Hydrogen Energy, Solar Enegy, Electrochromic materials etc. Nanscience and NanoTechnology are the core subjects of the programme. Please for more information visit the website of our programme at: and do hesitate from our Alumni via our email: or our webpage at:

Our programme is given in the world best laboratories by highly distingusied professors and scientists in the area  described above.


Looking forwards to see you in our MESC Alumni Community

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Comment by Sumit Barthwal on January 3, 2011 at 7:49am

Dear Sir,

              Myself Sumit Barthwal post-graduate (chemistry) from Kanpur university , India. Presently I am working in DST Unit of Nanosciences Center at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur (India. I am working here from past 5 years and have experience of handling and operating different materials characterization tools (like
AFM/STM, XRD, SAXs, maskless lithography and SEM)
and interpretating data from them. I am also involved in different
projects going on here. Now I want to
join Phd
. proof of your level of English is required for indian also ? but write now i dont have , kindly help me .

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Comment by Mohamed farag attya on December 27, 2010 at 4:54pm


this point of research  "material for energy storage and coversation is my point of intrest during my MSC I have finished in 2009 ,and now I am still going in same way for PHD in more advanced material , please contact me if there is a chance to join your group ,I have 10 years experience working in same field ,I particpate in developing grade M50 no-oriented electrical steel sheet with lowest watt losse ,also the processing of oriented-electrical steel grades for the minimum watt loose and the optimized charactristics of sheet with negligable power lost ,I have many researches for may new advanced materils in this field.

your reply is highly appreciated


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