Details of the 2017 IsoSiM Summer School are on the way. Make sure to check this event page for updates and details.
The summer school on "Climate Change" will be held in British Columbia, Canada, August 27 - September 1, 2017. It is targeted at masters students, doctoral students, and early career postdocs working with radioisotopes in different areas of research.
Registration deadline: July 15, 2017
Maria Maldonado, Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, University of British Columbia
Dominique Weis, Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, University of British Columbia
Jay Cullen, Department of Earth & Ocean Sciences, University of Victoria
Alison Shaw, Lorax Environmental Ltd.
Walter Kutschera, University of Vienna, Austria
Professional skills development (tba)
This year's professional skills development workshop will feature 2 parallel sessions focusing on different topics. Stay tuned for more details!
Summer school venue
Poets Cove Resort & Spa - August 27 - 31, 2017
The IsoSim Summer School will begin at Poets Cove on Pender Island. Poet's Cove is a resort in the Southern Gulf Islands. It is a short ferry, boat, or seaplane ride away from Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. We will organize a transport from TRIUMF to Pender Island on Sunday, August 27. Spaces are limited so if you would like to be considered please let us know asap.
9801 Spalding Road
Pender Island, British Columbia V0N 2M3
TRIUMF - September 1, 2017
On September 1, 2017, the summer school will take place at TRIUMF and University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia. TRIUMF is Canada’s national laboratory for particle nuclear physics and accelerator-based science.
4004 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BCV6T 2A3
Summer school costs
The approximate cost of the summer school is $700 CAD. This includes accommodation and full board during the summer school. The official cost of the summer school will be updated when finalized.
Reiner Krücken (IsoSiM Program Director, TRIUMF / University of British Columbia, Canada)
Iris Dillmann (IsoSiM Scientific Coordinator, TRIUMF / University of Victoria, Canada)
Monika Stachura (IsoSiM Program Coordinator, TRIUMF, Canada)