Register now for the 8-bit PhD Event! FuseNet organises its annual PhD Event for the eighth time on 22–23 November. The virtual venue of this year is Gather.town.
To inspire and support young women to pursue a career in the nuclear field, the IAEA-initiated Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme (MSCFP) provides scholarships to selected students studying towards a Master’s degree in nuclear-related subjects and internship opportunities facilitated by
On Monday, 23 November 2020, 9 o’clock sharp, Prof. Roddy Vann opened the 7th edition of the FuseNet PhD event. Though originally the conference was to be held in Padova during early spring, the Covid-19 pandemic compelled us to come op with a virtual alternative.
The venue for the next PhD Event has been found: Padova. From 3 to 6 March, the European doctoral students will gather in the old city, its gardens and the experimental facilities. We are honoured that the University of Padova and Consorzio RFX will host the event.
Fusion in Europe is calling for aspiring writers and gifted artists! Are you into fusion? Are you even writing about it? Do futuristic scenarios play a vital role in your artwork? Have you already drawn, sketched or modelled a future powered by fusion? Now, it’s your time to introduce yourself to an international audience!
The FuseNet Association supports the organization of mini-workshops: a typically 2-5 day event with a limited audience (on PhD or master level) that covers a topic that is not widely addressed in summer schools or on another educational activity.
As of now, FuseNet is looking for organisations, companies, research institutes or universities in Europe that want to organize such a mini-workshop. FuseNet has a budget to support two of them. Institutes can claim the actual costs, up to 6k€ each. See the attached document for more details. The call is open from June 11 2018 and runs until August 26 2018.
The 2017 edition of the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science International Awards will designate five outstanding scientific researchers in the Physical Sciences, who each will receive an award of €100,000. Deadline applications: 27 March 2017.