Previous editions of European Summer Campus

The European Summer Campus of the Université de Strasbourg (UdS) is a prestigious and highly sponsored one week meeting of students from all over Europe. They assist lectures on some of the most recent research topics in physics presented by internationally known scientists. An important part of the programme consists in exploring the cultural and political heritage of the region of Alsace and Strasbourg, where the European Parliament and the Council of Europe are located.

European Summer Universities were created in 2000 by the French Minister of Education to develop the pan-European University space for undergraduate students and university staff. Mobility, not only of scientists but also of students, plays an increasingly important role in research, industry and the academic domain. Since 2009 this programme is called “European Summer Campus” (Campus Européen d’Eté).

European Summer Campus

2016 : Physics of Living Matter (July 4-8, 2016)
2015 : Light! An introduction to modern Physics of Light (July 5-11, 2015)
2014 : From the Mystery of Mass to Nobel Prizes (July 6-12, 2014)
2013 : Energy on all scales (Aug. 26 – Sep. 05, 2013)
2012 : Physics at the nanoscale (July 01 – 07, 2012)
2011 : Between two infinities (July 06 – 13, 2011)
2010 : Metamaterials (June 27 - July 5, 2010)
2009 : The Secrets of the Atomic Nucleus (June 28 - July 4, 2009)
2008 : Physics Probes - Interface with Chemistry, Biology and Medicine (June 30 - July 5, 2008)
2007 : The Physics of Living Matter (June 24 - 30, 2007)
2006 : Particles and the Universe (July 3-12, 2006)
2005 : The Challenge of Quantum Mechanics (July 3-10, 2005)
2004 : New Trends in Optics (July 4-11, 2004)
2003 : Fundamentals of Nanoscience (July 6-13, 2003)
2002 : Energy for Europe - Physics of Energy Cycles (7th-14th July 2002)