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Programme - 2008 Summer School

The Summer School is designed to last for 6 days, and consists of about 30 contact hours and another 4 hours of scheduled reading time or consultation. The School is a mixture of lectures, student presentations, consultation and reading sessions. Each lecturer is expected to give 3 hours of lectures, split into 2 x 1.5 hour sessions. Each student is also expected to make a presentation, of about 30 minutes, so for 20 students that would give another 10 hours of contact time.
The paper should be completed and sent to the Summer School Secretariat by the 1st of June, 2008.
In the consultation session students can consult privately with lecturers. In order to reduce the burden on students and lecturers, a free afternoon is scheduled.

A provisional programme overview is available below.

Social Programme

Event:   Welcome Cocktail  
When
: 6th of July, Sunday
Time: 18.30 - 20.00
Where: VIU Courtyard, San Servolo Island

Event:   Visit to the Museum and Social Dinner  
When: 8th of July, Tuesday
Time: 19.00
Where: Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venice

 

Final Programme Overview
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Sunday
6th July
Monday
7th July
Tuesday
8th July
Wednesday
9th July
Thursday
10th July
Friday
11th July
Saturday
12th July
  9.15-9.30
Welcome and Introduction

9.30-11.00
Spatial models in ecology
Prof. Simon A.
LEVIN

9.30-11.00
Spatial models in ecology
Prof. Simon A. LEVIN

9.30-11.00
Stability of International Environmental Agreements
Prof. Aart DE ZEEUW


9.30-11.00
Spatial Analysis for Integrated Natural Resources Management and Decision Making
Prof. Carlo GIUPPONI
9.30-11.00
Location of pollution activities
Prof. Michael RAUSCHER

9.30-11.00
Optimal management of spatial economic/ecological models
Prof. Anastasios XEPAPADEAS

11.00-11.30
Break
11.00-11.30
Break
11.00-11.30
Break
11.00-11.30
Break
11.00-11.30
Break
11.00-11.30
Break
11.30-13.00
Optimal management of spatial economic/ecological models
Prof. Anastasios XEPAPADEAS

11.30-13.00
Spatial models in renewable resource management
Prof. James WILEN

11.30-13.00
Spatial models in renewable resource management
Prof. James WILEN
11.30-13.00
Stability of International Environmental Agreements
Prof. Aart DE ZEEUW
11.30-13.00
Spatial Analysis for Integrated Natural Resources Management and Decision Making
Prof. Carlo GIUPPONI
11.30-13.00
Location of pollution activities
Prof. Michael RAUSCHER
13.00-14.00
Lunch
13.00-14.00
Lunch
13.00-14.00
Lunch
13.00-14.00
Lunch
13.00-14.00
Lunch
13.00-13.15
Concluding Session
14.00-15.00
Reading time/ consultation
14.00-15.00
Reading time/ consultation
Free afternoon 14.00-15.00
Reading time/ consultation
14.00-15.00
Readind time/ consultation


15.00-15.30
Brian GROSS
15.00-15.30
Lorenzo MARI
15.00-15.30
Godwin Kofi VONDOLIA
15.00-15.30
Florian HARTIG

15.30-16.00
Tess STAFFORD

15.30-16.00
Student talk Alessandro TAVONI

15.30-16.00
Mirko MORO

15.30-16.00
Stéphane SALAET

16.00-16.30
Break
16.00-16.30
Break
16.00-16.30
Break
16.00-16.30
Break
16.30-17.00
Sarah DOBSON
16.30-17.00
Efthymia KYRIAKOPOULOU
16.30-17.00
Saudamini DAS
16.30-17.00
Marije SCHAAFSMA
17.00-17.30
Kenmei TSUBOTA
17.00-17.30
Sturla KVAMSDAL
17.00-17.30
Ruslana PALATNIK
17.00-17.30
Elzbieta WISZNIEWSKA
       

18.30-20.00
Welcome Cocktail

19.00
Social Event

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This activity is part of the ESS RESECON project, that has received funding from the European Community's Sixth Framework Programme, Marie Curie Actions - Human Resources and Mobility.
Sole responsibility lies within the author and the Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained herein.

 

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