Short course on 'Physical characterization of nanostructures' - Deadline for reg. is April 15th

With this mail I would like to inform you about the school on 'Physical characterization of nanostructures' which we are organizing in Vaalbeek (very close to Leuven) with financial support of the Faculty of Science
of the K.U.Leuven. This school is primarily aimed at master students and PhD students, but it will also be instructive for postdocs in the disciplines of physics, biophysics, chemistry, nanoscience and
(materials) engineering. The scientific program will start in the evening of May the 8th and will run until the morning of May 13th 2011.

You will find more details, prices and the registration form at

        https://wet.kuleuven.be/nano


The flyer of the course can be downloaded from

http://wet.kuleuven.be/english/summerschools/nanostructures/poster-...

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