An Approach on Viruses by The International Summer School on Natural Products (ISSNP) 2020
Chair: Prof. Dr. Valeria Costantino; Prof. Dr. Giorgia Oliviero; Dr. Mattia Mori; Prof. Dr. Daniele Passarella
Date & Time: 10 JULY 2020 10:00 am (CEST)
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The third edition of the International Summer School on Natural Products (ISSNP 2019), a course for students and young researchers aimed at acquiring an interdisciplinary vision of the state of the art in the world of natural substances, will be held in Naples, at the Centro di servizio di Ateneo per le Scienze e Tecnologie per la Vita (CESTEV) in Biotecnologie, via Tommaso De Amicis n. 95, from 1 to 3 July 2019.
ISSNP 2019, organized by the Department of Pharmacy, in collaboration with the Zoological Station “Anthon Dhorn” and the ICB-CNR, is one of the 5 schools of the Italian Chemical Society. The third edition also sees the collaboration of UNIBAS, which took care of the Friday day that will be held in the beautiful setting of Maratea.
The lessons, divided into frontal lessons and interactive sessions, will be held by world-renowned Italian and foreign scientists.
“The ISSNP aims to create an international community of young scientists with an open mind to intersectoral work,” says Valeria Costantino, professor coordinator of the Scientific Committee.
After the Neapolitan stage, the summer school will continue on 4 and 5 July in Maratea.
SUMMER SCHOOL: Cinema, Drama and Literature. Summer courses of Italian Language and culture in Naples.
The initiative, promoted by the Centro Linguistico di Ateneo and the Master’s Degree in Dramaturgy and Cinematography of the University of Naples Federico II aims to teach the Italian language and culture through the study of the rich tradition of film, theater and literature to be held at the Centro Linguistico di Ateneo Via Partenope 36, from July 15, 2019 to July 19, 2019.
It is aimed at foreign students, PhD students and graduate students of the University of Federico II (including incoming Erasmus students), who want to get closer to the Italian cultural heritage.
The course is divided into lessons and seminars lasting 50 hours, including activities not in attendance, of which at least 20 are dedicated to teaching. The primary aim is to spread Italian culture, with specific attention to the literary, theatrical and cinematographic heritage.
There will be a maximum of 50 participants, including foreign students, PhD students and postgraduate students (including incoming Erasmus students) from the University of Naples Federico II.
The project’s coordinator is Prof. Vincenzo Caputo, supported by professors Anna Masecchia, Matteo Palumbo and Francesco De Cristofaro, who together with the writer Maurizio De Giovanni and the artist Peppe barra, form the Scientific Committee.
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At the end of the work will be issued a certificate of participation.
Reading the Mediterranean. Navigations, routes, imaginary
In the frame of Terra Murata in Procida will take place from 24 to 27 July 2019 the Summer School ‘Reading the Mediterranean. Navigations, routes, imaginary’ reserved for students, PhD students and PhD students, both Italian and foreign.
The initiative involves, in synergy, teachers from Federico II and the University of Naples L’Orientale (Guido Cappelli, Laura Cannavacciuolo, Carlo Vecce, Augusto Guarino, Lida Viganoni, Roberta Morosini, Tobia Toscano, Antonio Saccone, Francesco de Cristofaro, Giuliana Adamo, Antonietta Iacono, Maria Panetta, Marco Ottaiano, Monica Ruocco, Vincenzo Arsillo, Michele Costagliola D’Abele, Antonella Cilento, Ferdinando Tricarico).
The program, which consists of lectures, readings, discussions and excursions in the area, aims to introduce participants to the exploration of the imaginary Mediterranean, in order to spread the work of writers, intellectuals and artists who from this multifaceted space, from the Middle Ages to the present day, have drawn inspiration for their activities.
The works will close with an interview with the writer Antonella Cilento.
Summer School of the Nervi workshop on 'The shape of water'
From 19 to 24 July 2019, at the Lecco territorial pole of the Politecnico di Milano, the Summer School ‘The shape of water’ of the Nervi laboratory is held in partnership with Federico II of Naples, La Sapienza of Rome and the Politecnico di Torino.
As part of the broader research on modern architecture and the figure of Pierluigi Nervi, Italian engineer, entrepreneur and academic, specializing in civil construction, the theme of the Summer School is the indoor pool in Via Oglio, designed by Nervi in 1964.
The school, which has 16 places, has 4 students from DiARC, Department of Architecture of Federico II.
Sponsors of the School are the FIB and the CTE, with the patronage of Docomomo Italia.
The school ends with a final appointment in September 2019 for the presentation of the results and the awarding of the students.