Internet connection

There will be three networks available:
a) AGH-Events (specially dedicated for the School attendees)
c) AGH-Guest

Informations for lecturers:

Lecturers are kindly asked to bring their lectures on their own laptop computer, have it powered on and ready to connect to the LCD projector.
Both PC-style VGA and HDMI connections to the projector will be supplied. For not standard connections, in particular Mac OS users, the lecturers must ensure that they have the correct adaptor plug and that video exit is activated.
In the lecture hall, there will be a multi-port switchbox so that lecturers can connect and test their laptops before the session.
There will be technical support provided for lecturers' equipment. Lecturers are asked to bring a copy of their presentation on a USB pendrive as a back-up (just in case of laptop failure).

Informations for participants:


We encourage participants to bring posters to present their work. Students are asked to present their poster in a one-slide-two-minutes presentations as an exercise to summarize their work. Poster will be hanged during coffee breaks and special sessions. The preferred size of the posters is A0 portrait. In the Programme special POSTER CLIPS sessions are scheduled for quick presentations of the participants as an introductions to their poster (two slides max). Please have such slides prepared in an electronic format.


Practical are organized to practice the use of numerical, analytical or experimental techniques, related to topics covered by the lectures. Computers will be provided on-site and readily setup for the practicals.
Each practical is typically 2h. Attendees will be asked on-site for their wishes to attend such or such practicals, however it is not possible to attend all of them. On the average, three to four practicals may be attended by each participant.

Question-Answers session

The purpose of a research School is to provide young scientists with the basics in a working field. With this respect interactivity between students and lecturers should be promoted. Like in the previous editions, a key aspect of this interactivity is the possibility to raise questions at the end as well as during the course of the lectures. Besides, several sessions of questions take place, during which the lecturers or voluntary students present in more detail issues raised by the students during the lectures or anonymously through a question-box.

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