A multi-disciplinary approach to energy transition, from policy to physics with a case study of Russia
The Groningen Energy Summer School 2013 for PhD students takes an interdisciplinary approach to energy transition. By bringing together and combining a broad range of disciplines, this event will offer a unique opportunity to PhD students to become aware of different aspects of the energy transition, to develop novel insights, and to create synergy in approaches to energy transition. During the summer school, the PhD students will attend lectures by specialists in the field, present their own work, and participate in workshops and discussions.
The summer school will be held from 17 to 28 June 2013 in Groningen, The Netherlands. It is jointly organized by the Groningen Energy and Sustainability Programme (GESP) and by the department of International Relations and International Organisations. The summer school is realized in partnership with the University of Groningen, EDGaR, EDI, and the Stichting Noord-Nederland Rusland 2013.
For more information about the summer school, please contact Goda Perlaviciute, firstname.lastname@example.org or see the summer school website: http://www.rug.nl/research/energy/education/summerschool/.
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