Hundreds of summer schools are organized around the globe every year. After COVID 19 many summer schools were canceled in 2020. Academic communities worldwide, both summer school organziers and those who are searching for opportunities to participate in a summer school are now preparing for the summer schools 2021.
You may also check the full list of 2021 summer schools.
Summer Schools in Europe
DeepLearn 2021 Winter will be a research training event with a global scope aiming at updating participants on the most recent advances in the critical and fast developing area of deep learning. Previous events were held in Bilbao, Genova and Warsaw.
Master's students, PhD students, postdocs, and industry practitioners will be typical profiles of participants. However, there are no formal pre-requisites for attendance in terms of academic degrees. Since there will be a variety of levels, specific knowledge background may be assumed for some of the courses. Overall, DeepLearn 2021 Summer is addressed to students, researchers and practitioners who want to keep themselves updated about recent developments and future trends.
There will be three full days of translation workshops, and day four will be devoted to professional and networking sessions and includes discussion panels with editors and publishers and a practical talk on how to write a reader’s report. A highlight will be a presentation of Comma Press’s translation book list and business model, together with a translation competition offer. The winning entrant(s) will be offered a publication opportunity with Comma.
Two full scholarships are available for the Bristol Translates Summer School, which will cover the full cost of fees on the programme.
BigDat 2021 Spring will be a research training event with a global scope aiming at updating participants on the most recent advances in the critical and fast developing area of big data. Previous events were held in Tarragona, Bilbao, Bari, Timișoara, Cambridge and Ancona.
The Summer School aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the concepts, approaches, and available data infrastructure of forest long-term monitoring. Novel modelling and assessment approaches will be discussed considering the expectations to future forests from a scientific, forest management, and socio-economic perspective. Experienced researchers in forest science will discuss the potential limitation of disciplinary and interdisciplinary concepts.
Deadline: February 21, 2021
Disciplines: Environmental Studies
Event Date: June 27, 2021 - July 03, 2021
The summer school discusses the current state of economic modeling to support the design of the respective instruments and their timing, as well as the (in)effectiveness of policy packages in place. Issues addressed concern how to address multidimensional societal targets (e.g., as represented by the Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs), how to build upon the IPCC long term scenario framework in path design (SSPs and SPAs), how to incorporate uncertainties in social and technological innovation, how to account for preferences changing over time, how to design the sequencing of instrument packages over time, and how to account for interdependencies across instruments.
This course aims to lay out the rise and downturn of witch-beliefs in medieval and early modern Europe, tracing the multifaceted roots leading to their construction, from the Classical Greek and Roman literary traditions, to medieval lore and popular beliefs, up to the outburst of the “witch-craze” in early modern Europe. Particular emphasis will be given to the analysis of primary sources, the discussion of modern methodological approaches, and the instruments and places for research. Issues such as the gendering of witchcraft and male domination, along with the consideration of the various social, cultural, literary, legal, religious, economic, climatic aspects involved in determining the outbreak of the witch-craze, will contribute to foster reflection and discussion on topics that are relevant in the historical debate as well as in social practice.
13th Annual Black Europe Summer School - Interrogating Citizenship, Race, and Ethnic Relations, Netherlands
The Black Europe Summer School is a two-week intensive course held each summer in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The course explores the contemporary circumstances of the African Diaspora and other people of color in Europe. Participants learn about the origins of Black Europe and investigate the impact of colonial legacies on policies, social organizations, and legislation today.
The 2021 summer school will focus on early modern sources that are humorous and playful. Last year we explored how early modern popular popular texts dealt with pandemics and we realised that humour played a huge part. After a year that has been trying for us all, we thought that a focus on humour, wit, laughter, and playfulness will be a good ki no kusuri 気の薬!
Published on Jan 10, 2021