CONCEIVING WASTEWATER TREATMENT IN 2020
Energetic, environmental and economic challenges (ES1202)
COST

Deadline extended for Summer School on the management of micropollutants in the urban water cycle

The deadline to apply the summer school, has been extended until 1st of May 2016.

 

INRA and IRSTEA are organising an international summer school for next july (4th-8th) in Narbonne (France). This short, intensive and highly specialized course is focused on priority and emerging micropollutants in wastewater (including sludge) and wastes systems (including biowastes, green wastes, manures…). 

 

The course will be in English and it is oriented to PhD students who wants achieve a higher degree of specialization in this field, but also to other students or professionals specifically interested in these topics and with a limited amount of time.

 

There is NO registration fee for the course.

 

The applicants should send the following requested documents to the organisers:
- A cover letter with a statement of interest of up to 1-page
- CV including a list of publications
- 1-page description of your research topic

 

Futher information in the document attached or visit:

http://www6.montpellier.inra.fr/narbonne/Conferences/Conferences-organis...