Summer school MaMaSELF is a 2 year ERASMUS MUNDUS Master Course in Materials Science Exploring Large Scale Facilities. It deals with material characterization using neutron and synchrotron radiation with strong synergies between universities, industrial partners and research centres. In an international environment, it offers excellent academic and industrial opportunities to Master Students. A 2 weeks summer school is organized for all Mamaself students in the beginning of the second year at the University of Rennes. Objective of the summer school is to obtain a wide background in exploring materials using neutron or synchrotron radiation. Status Meeting Mamaself The Mamaself status meeting is organized in Switzerland during the 4th semester and brings together all second-year Mamaself students and representatives of Partner Institutions. During the status meeting the students will present the preliminary results of their Master-thesis work. Additionally scientific topics will be presented by specialists from research centres. Master in Materials Science Exploring Large Scale Facilities www.mamaself.eu Partner institutions The Consortium The Master thesis during the 4th semester can be conducted partially/entirely at 3rd country partner institutions outside Europe or at Large Scale Facilities. Third country partners institutions are situated in Switzerland (PSI, Zurich), Japan (Kyoto University, Tokyo Institute of Technology), India (IIT Madras), USA (University of Wisconsin, Cornell University, Manhattan Kansas University), Russia (Southern Federal University), Brazil (University of Sao Paulo). The Erasmus Mundus Master diploma is delivered from two out of five partner universities : University of Rennes 1, France Pr P. Rabiller, coordinator [email protected] www.univ-rennes1.fr U niversity of Montpellier2, France Pr W. Paulus [email protected] www.univ-montp2.fr Supporting Large Scale Facilities Several Large Scale Facility partners strongly support the summer school and the Master thesis : ILL or ESRF (Grenoble, F), LLB (CEA-Saclay, F), FRM-II (Munich, D), DESY (Hamburg, D), PSI (Villigen, CH), Elettra (Trieste, I). Contact Christiane CLOAREC Tel +33 (0)2 23 23 58 58 [email protected] University München, Germany Pr W. Petry [email protected] www.tu-muenchen.de The Ludwig Maximilian Universität Pr W. Schmahl [email protected] www.lmu.de University of Torino, Italy Pr C. Lamberti [email protected] ww.unito.it Application ESRF www.mamaself.eu 2014 - 2016 www.mamaself.eu Electronic submission on : http://application.mamaself.eu Application deadlines (for the Erasmus Mundus fellowship) CAT A (Non-EU students) and CAT B (EU and Non-EU students) : 26 January 2014 Self-funded students : 16 May 2014 (For details see website www.mamaself.eu) A two year Master’s course in the Erasmus Mundus framework FRANCE GERMANY ITALY Mamaself Master Course Mobility Erasmus Mundus The development of new technologies and new materials plays a key role in the technological and scientific competitiveness of highly industrialized countries worldwide. This implies new and additional exigencies for scientists and engineers in the field of scientific and technological advancements. The MaMaSELF Master’s Course aims at promoting international collaboration among Universities, Large Scale Facilities and Industry. Its main objective is to form skilled scientists in Materials Science together with an advanced knowledge in the use of Large Scale Facilities for the characterization of high technology materials. The two year Mamaself programme is split in 4 semesters : The first year (SEM 1 & SEM 2) is entirely enrolled at one out of the five universities of the consortium, SEM 3 at a different university. SEM 4 is dedicated to the Master thesis and can be carried out at any university or Large scale facility or at partner institutions situated in Switzerland, Japan and India, USA, Russia. (For details refer to our website www.mamaself.eu) The European ERASMUS-MUNDUS programme stands for the promotion of the European Union as a Centre of Excellence in the field of higher education. It strongly supports high-quality Master Courses to enhance visibility and attractiveness of European higher education all around the world. It can provide EU-funded scholarships for non-EU and EU students participating in these Master Courses. Additional scholarships are foreseen for visiting non-EU Academics. The Master Mamaself is part of the Erasmus Mundus 2 framework. Erasmus Mundus website: The two-year MaMaSELF Master’s Course covers 120 ECTS credit points. Successful candidates obtain a double or multiple diploma. Principal teaching programmes RENNES Materials science Basics in solid state Chemistry and Physics, quantum mechanics, electrochemistry and corrosion, thin films, nano-and bio-materials, interfaces, semiconductors, polymers, sensors Management: Entrepreneurial project, marketing MUNICH TUM Engineering physics Bio-materials, polymers, theoretical physics, nuclear physics, neutron physics, reactor physics LMU Mineralogy Interfaces, geo-materials, bio-minerals, crystallography, spectroscopy, petrology http://ec.europa.eu/education/programmes/mundus/index_en.html Grants TURIN For each academic year the consortium selects a limited number of non-EU and EU students, who will receive a grant (see our website) CAT A (Non-EU students): 22.000€ per year CAT B (EU and Non-EU students): 9.000€ per year + 3000€ (mobilty grant for an internship at a Non-EU partner institution). Selected students can participate in the Master’s course even without EM grant. Chemistry and nano-materials Catalysis, metallurgy, surface science, biomaterials, polymers, quantum chemistry, ceramics, superconductivity Tuition fees CAT A (Non-EU students): 6000/year CAT B (EU and Non-EU students): 3000/year Health insurance, language courses,… are already included in the tuition fees. MONTPELLIER Materials science Cristallography, quantum mechanics, materials for energy transfer & storage, catalysis, surface science, ceramics, metallurgy, management & entrepreneurship Admission criteria Students must have a Bachelor (180 ECTS or equivalent) in Materials Science or related disciplines (chemistry, physics, geo-science, … ); and good English competencies, e.g. TOEFL 210/550, IELTS 6.5 or equivalent. Language policy Instruction language is English for lectures and any other business. We offer leveladapted language courses of about 48 hours in each semester in French, German and Italian language at the respective consortium site.
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