Nanoparticles in the Environment
Time: 10th and 11th June, 2010
Location: Life Science Faculty - University of Copenhagen
Organizer: Hans Christian Bruun Hansen email@example.com
Nanotechnology is a new and emerging field with many promising future application. The symposium 'Nanoparticles in the Environment' will look at both the advances of nanotechnology, and its side effects on the environment and human health. The main focus will be directed towards PhD students, tutors, MSc student in environmental chemistry, microbiology and toxicology and other interested parties. Participating students will be able to receive 2.5 ECTS credits upon completion of a small workshop. The latter will incorporate elements of knowledge attained from the talks given by academic and industry professionals, along with recent journal publications in the field.
Registration deadline: may 14th 2010
Registration online: www.envirosymp.dk
Fee: 350 DKK in order to cover meal and refreshments.
Credits: 2.5 ECTS (Certificates for participation will be issues at the closing of the symposium)
Further information on the website: www.envirosymp.dk