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10 years (B-)IGSM

Celebrations of the 10 year anniversary on October 13th, 2017.

In 2007 the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesantalt (PTB) and the TU Braunschweig joined forces to found a graduate school for young academics in the field of metrology - the Braunschweig International Graduate School of Metrology.

On October 13th we will celebrate this anniversary with talks by former and current members of B-IGSM as well as friends and partners of B-IGSM.

One day earlier, on October 12th our partner, the Research training Group NanoMet, invites all interested people to attend their International Symposium.

International Summer School on Metrology 2017 - Frontiers of the Measurable

From 8 - 11 August PhD members of B-IGSM and other interested young academics from all over the world will meet in Kloster Drübeck in the Harz mountains to learn more about the newest developments in metrology. Highly renowned international lecturers will give talks about the four sub-topics of the 2017 summer school: Energy, Nanoscale, From Earth to Universe and Environment. The key note talk will be given by Nobel laureate Stefan Hell.

B-IGSM Summer School: Application deadline

The 2017 Summer School "Frontiers of the Measurable" is open to interested young academics from all over the world.

We have again invited renowned researchers to give presentations about metrology-related topics and discuss them with the participants. As special highlight Nobel prize laureate Stefan Hell will present his latest results on super resolution microscopy.

This year the Summer School’s subtopics are: Nanoscale, Energy, Environment and From Earth to Universe. To complement the program there will also be a poster session and exercises.

Dates: 08 – 11 August 2017

B-IGSM Scholarships: Call for Applications

Deadline: 28 February 2017

The Braunschweig International Graduate School of Metrology together with the Technical Cooperation of PTB offer the opportunity for two PhD scholarships in 2017 for students engaged in natural sciences or engineering. The funding is provided by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) to support developing and emerging countries (please see full list of partner countries) in the field of quality infrastructure. Intended start: September 2017

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