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Attendance to these courses will give you credits that will help you obtain the EELISA Supplement. If you want these courses to be also accepted as credits for your school year, you need to proceed as-is:

  • Apply for the course at the host institution
  • Get an acceptance letter from the person in charge of the course
  • Show the acceptance letter to the dean of studies (international affairs) of your home institution
  • Get approval from your dean of studies
  • Get a certificate of attendance and validation of the course at the host institution at the end of the course (after examination, if this applies)
  • Transmit the certificate to the dean of studies at your home institution.

Please, note that the dates for some of the courses are based on those from the academic year 2020-2021. For the latest update on each course date, please request more information from the contact person. For a larger list of courses, you are advised to contact the international affairs office of your institution.

Advanced Mathematics for Informaticians – Applied Algebra and Mathematical Logic

WHAT

System of linear of equations, Gaussian elimination, vectors, vector spaces, subspaces, basis, matrices, special matrices, LU and PLU decomposition of a matrix, determinants, linear transformations and its properties, computation of the eigenvalues and eigenvectors, euclidean space, orthogonality, diagonalization of a matrix, Jordan canonical form of a matrix, Jordan basis, orthogonal diagonalization, norm of vectors and matrices, singular value decomposition of a matrix, nonnegative matrices, matrix functions, Perron-Frobenius theory. The language of first order logic, an outlook to higher order languages. Formalization. Structure, valuation. The sets of true valuations. Logical consequence and comparing with the operation implication. Deduction theorem, and characterizations of logical consequence. Normal forms: conjuctive, prenex, Skolem. Compactness theorem and its applications. – Proof theory. Deductive and refutation calculi. Analitic tableaux and its semantical background. Completeness theorem and its importance. Examples for semantical and proof theoretical approaches of some logical properties. The model method. Theorems of Löwenheim-Skolem types. Model constructions. Standard and non-standard models, on the concepts on non-standard real numbers, integers, infinitesimals. Categoricity, and completeness. – Discrete and density orderings. On the limits of first order logic, incompleteness and undecidableness, the famous results of Gödel and Church. On the connection of propositonal logic and Boolean algebras.

TARGET

Master

WHEN

1/1/2023 to -

WHO

Budapest university of technology and economics Müegyetem

FORMAT

On-site

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ECTS

4

Advanced Neurogenomics

WHAT

- A primer on regulation of gene expression and statistical considerations - RNA-seq: how it works - Sequence quality control and mapping algorithms - Detection of differential gene expression - Clustering and other methods to reduce dimensionality - Gene

TARGET

PhD

WHEN

3/11/2022 to 4/3/2023

WHO

Scuola Normale Superiore

FORMAT

Hybrid

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ECTS

3

Advanced semiconductor devices

WHAT

The course introduces the hardware building blocks of modern information technologies from traditional semiconductor architectures to the the most up-to-date concepts, technologies and devices. Topics: History of semiconductor devices and semiconductor industry. Advanced silicon technologies from crystal growth to micromachining and nanofabrication techniques. Si devices from traditional MOS FETs to trigate transistors or CCD sensors. Memory devices (SRAM, DRAM, flash). Si solar cells. Compound semiconductors, band engineering, two dimensional electron gas systems, quantum wells, light emitting and laser diodes, high electron mobility transistors, GaN technology. Organic semiconductors: polymer solar cells, OLEDs, printed electronics. Perovskite solar cells. Sensors and actuators: MEMS, physical, chemical, biological sensors, actuators, robotic applications, biointerfaces, artificial skin and nose. Novel device platforms: spintronic devices and resistive switching memories. Novel computing architectures: brain inspired computing, in memory computing, hardware implementation of artificial neural networks.

TARGET

Master

WHEN

1/1/2023 to -

WHO

Budapest university of technology and economics Müegyetem

FORMAT

On-site

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ECTS

3

AgriDev – Climate resilient, biodiversity-based agriculture for sustainable development

WHAT

Cropping systems in the XXI Century face complex challenges that cannot be addressed with unidimensional solutions. AgriDev program spans through climate science, agrobiodiversity, and economics with the aim of developing new angles to engage momentous challenges in food security, sustainability, and climate change adaptation. Students will develop a portfolio of knowledge at the base of cutting-edge scientific approaches in research for sustainable development. The seasonal school is structured in interconnected modules. The first module will explore climate science, discussing key concepts in climate change, and climate-agriculture nexus. The second module will deal with agrobiodiversity, its relevance for sustainability and provision of ecosystem services. The third module will discuss breeding approaches and means to enhance varietal development and recommendation. The fourth module will discuss micro- and macroeconomic aspects of cropping systems with a data- driven approach. Eventually, AgriDev will build a holistic interpretation of sustainable intensification of farming systems combining climate, agronomy, and economics to increase the impact of agricultural research for development.

TARGET

Master

WHEN

13/2/2023 to 17/2/2023

WHO

Scuola Superiore SantAnna

FORMAT

On-site

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ECTS

3

Aiming at B2 English

WHAT

The aim of the subject is to prepare students for B2 level in English focusing on listening, vocabulary and grammatical correctness.

TARGET

Bachelor

WHEN

09/01/2022 to 09/01/2023

WHO

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

FORMAT

On-site

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ECTS

3

Air Pollution Modeling 

WHAT

Course Description: Turbulence in the atmosphere, Equations and concepts. The turbulent kinetic energy balance. Statistical models of diffusion and Taylor's theory. Gaussian model. K-diffusion models. Monte Carlo diffusion models. Complex terrain and turbulent diffusion. Long-Range transport and Lagrangian models. Evaluation of model performance. Dispersion of fumes and plumes (the most common models such as ISC-prime, AERMOD, CALPUFF, and SCREEN3 will be used). Furthermore, meso-meteorological models such as SAIMM, MM5, WFR and UAM, CAMx, CMAQ chemical transport models will be discussed.

TARGET

PhD

WHEN

19/9/2022 to 30/12/2022

WHO

Istanbul Technical University

FORMAT

Hybrid

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ECTS

7,5