The international Summer School of Science 2014 in Croatia is offering courses for interested high school students. The students can apply until May 1st 2014.
The Summer School of Science is a 10-day long international camp organized by the non-profit organisation society Out-of-Frame Education (EVO
) as interdisciplinary workshop for high school students.
The School held in Pozega, Croatia consists of two camps:
• camp S3++ (July 12th - July 22nd) - 11th or 12th grade students
• camp S3 (July 24th - August 1th) - 9th or 10th grade students
It offers high school students a diverse range of research projects and lectures in the fields of science and technology. This year, EVO gathered an international team of young scientists coming from top European scientific institutions - University of Cambridge, University of Zurich, EMBL Heidelberg, ETH Zurich, EPFL Lausanne. Project work will be accompanied by evening lectures given by eminent scientists from all over the globe.
Confirmed speakers include:
• prof. Ivan Djikic (Biochemistry Institute of Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany)
• Bojan Zagrovic (Max F. Perutz Laboratories, Vienna, Austria), recipient of the prestigious European Research Council Starting Grant.
The School is supported, among others, by the Google Rise Award, European Union FP7 grant and Open Society Foundations. More information about this year’s program and how to apply can be found on the School website http://drustvo-evo.hr/s3
Download the Summer School Poster.
(EVO is part of the SiS Catalyst Mentoring Programme