Tuition for the program for the selected academic participants (i.e. students, post-docs, or faculty) is free of charge and it covers participation, course materials, on-site accommodation, and meals at lunchtime. Students are responsible for their travelcosts, dinners, and any visa costs.
The participants requiring on-site accommodation must post their application on the indico web site before April 19 2022. The selected participants will be notified of their acceptance around April 25 2022. The registration deadline for participants not requiring any accommodation is May 20 2022. Local participants are selected on a first-come first-served basis (limited seating capacity).
In addition to completing an online application, please provide in a single document:
- A current CV or resume with the description of the current educational or professional status. A list of publications, if any.
- A short statement (1 page) that describes your research interests and the expected benefit for attending the summer school.
Furthermore, please provide two letters of recommendation: one from a professor/supervisor and one from a collaborator. The letters can be sent independently of the application, directly from the recommenders, but they must be submitted before the deadline. The letters can be sent by email to the following email address with the name of the participant as subject:
Informations on the registration to Indico.
How do I register to a scientific program on Indico?
In order to register to a specific program please click on the link you’ve received. Unless an Indico session is already open (in which case you will be able to directly fill the form) you will first be asked to log-in to Indico
To authenticate, always use an official email address (@hotmail, @gmail etc are not accepted) and you should use eduGAIN, if it works for your institution
Details on the log-in procedure.
EduGAIN is a worldwide federation that allows users to authenticate against a service using their home institution credentials rather than a specific account/password for the service. Most research institutions and universities around the world are members of eduGAIN. If you are a member of such an organization, it is required that you use eduGAIN to log into Indico. For this, just click on the eduGAIN button in the login page, select your organization and use your organization credentials. In order to find your organization, you can search in the field by typing an acronym or a key-word (e.g. if your institution is “Université Paris-Saclay” à type “Saclay”).
Any request for an Indico account when belonging to an eduGAIN organization will be rejected without any additional notice.
If eduGAIN doesn’t work for you, apply for an Indico account (link on the login page). Please do so only after carefully reading the warning notice in the account request page, and in particular the part about the mandatory comment.
Who do I contact for assistance regarding Indico?
Contact the Program Manager for any assistance.