EACH Winter School

The EACH Winter School 2021 took place from January 18 to January 20, 2021. This time, the Winter School is online.

EACH Winter School 2021 Group Photo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The timetable for the WS 2021:

 

Overview and materials of sessions:

Teachers

Session

Notes

Ivo Leito

Introduction

Introduction, Aims of EACH and Winter school, practical aspects

2nd year students

Master’s theses and life at 2nd year universities

Overview of the thesis topics and current status of the 2nd year students at UU, AAU and UCBL, as well as about practicalities of studying at 2nd year universities

Presentations from practitioners

Applications of analytical chemistry in different fields

Industrial process control (Dr. Franck Baco-Antoniali, Axel’One https://www.axel-one.org/), synthesis of drugs and their intermediates (Dr. Piia Liigand, TBD Biodiscovery https://biodiscovery.eu/), renewable energy (Robert Järviste, Skeleton Technologies https://www.skeletontech.com/) and cultural heritage research (Prof. Hilkka Hiiop, Estonian Academy of Arts https://www.artun.ee/)

Anu Teearu, Ivo Leito

Practical information

Study track selection results, Some practical information for the coming semester


General information:

Every year, Winter School (WS) is held in the second half of January (duration: approximately 1 week). EACH programme Winter School usually takes place in one of the four countries: Estonia, Sweden, Finland or France. It includes (1) short courses on novel and timely topics of analytical chemistry and metrology in chemistry delivered by external scholars, including individual/group work by students; (2) presentations by second-year students on the progress of their master theses and their life at the second-year university; (3) teamwork on solving analytical problems, and (4) discussions and interviews for selecting 1st year students to study-tracks. All consortium students participate in the WS.

Previous Winter Schools: Winter School 2020, Winter School 2019Winter School 2018, Winter School 2017, Winter School 2016

Last modified: January 19, 2021