ECerS Summer School - Madrid - June 2015

The Summer School “Ceramic and Glass Science and Technology, application to bioceramics and bioglasses” was organised by ECerS at the Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC in Madrid, Spain, from Wednesday 17 to Friday 19 June 2015.


65 students were registered - 60 from Europe and 5 non European divided as follow:
  • Italy:8
  • Spain: 7
  • Poland:6
  • United Kingdom:6
  • France:6
  • Ireland:5
  • USA:4
  • Belgium:3
  • Portugal:3
  • Slovakia:3
  • Bulgaria:2
  • Germany:2
  • Latvia:2
  • Slovenia:2
  • Austria:1
  • Czech Republic:1
  • Finland:1
  • Iceland:1
  • Norway:1
  • Brazil:1

There were also 22 professors and moderators from 11 different countries:

- Jérôme Chevalier - INSA Lyon - France
- Elizabeth Kupp - Penn State Univ - USA
- Fernando Monteiro - INEB - Univ Porto - Portugal
- Marianna Peroglio - AO Fundation - Switzerland
- Maria-Helena Fernandez - FMDUP - Univ. Porto - Portugal
- Corrado  Piconi - ENEA - Italy
- Maria Pau Ginebra - UPC, Barcelona - Spain
- Eamonn de Barra - Limerick Univ - Ireland
- Anne Leriche - Univ. Valenciennes - France
- Yannis Missirlis - Univ. Patras - Greece
- Jan Willem Hoekstra - Radboud university - The Netherlands
- Valter Sergo - University of Trieste - Italy
- Meinhard Kuntz - CeramTec GmbH - Germany
- Stuart Hampshire - Limerick Univ - Ireland
- Maria Jesus Pascual - ICyV, Madrid - Spain
- Fausto Rubio - ICyV, Madrid - Spain
- Gary Messing - Penn State Univ - USA
- Jose Antonio de Pedro - U. Salamanca - Spain
- Antonio Pérez Caballer - U. Francisco de Vitoria - Spain
- Julio San Roman - ICTP, CSIC - Spain
- Carmen Baudin - ICyV, Madrid - Spain
- Francis Cambier - BCRC, Mons - Belgium

The accommodation for Students and Teachers was at the RESIDENCIA UNIVERSITARIA ERASMO, located near the Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio where the courses were given. Social events were also organised, such as a gala dinner and a visit of a village near Madrid, Manzanares el Real.

The summer school was organised with the support of the JECS Trust.


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