5th International Summer School for Students and Young Scientists — 2018
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07 July 2018 (Saturday) – 21 July 2018 (Saturday)

National Research Tomsk State University (Tomsk, Russia) hosts 5th international Summer School for students and young scientists up to 35 years old. School opens in Tomsk. The main part of the School will be held at the Aktru Research Station on the Altai Mountains. 2 days for the field excursion to the High Altai (1200 km South from Tomsk) is planned.

Registration fee 
For individual applicants Summer School 2018 fee is 750 Euro (includes field trip expenses, accommodation, carriage, camping, food and registration fee are included)

 

More detailed information
http://tssw.ru/page/fifth-international-summer-school-for-students-and-young-scientists-2018/

 

Contacts:

Tatiana Kolesnikova kirpota@inbox.ru
Olga Morozova dolcezzamia@mail.ru

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