European Credit Transfer System
The 6th IMSS will give ECTS credits to students who passed the examination test.
According to the Italian rules, 1 ECTS credit = 25 working hours. This conversion can change depending of the country.
By considering hours spent in the class, preparation and homework hours, a participant could be eligible for 1.5 ECTS credits.
The ECTS credits will be reported in the final Certificate of Attendance with the Exam outcome (pass/fail and grade (A (excellent) ÷ E (sufficient))) together with the actual number of the working hours, so to facilitate conversions in different countries.
Nico Nibbering Travel Awards
The International Mass Spectrometry Foundation and the Organizing Committee of the
International Mass Spectrometry School (IMSS 2023) invite applications for the
Nico Nibbering Travel Awards to support student participation in the 6th IMSS.
Prof. Nibbering was a passionate advocate for young scientists and supported the education and career-development of mass spectrometrists from many countries around the world through his mentorship and the delivery of education and workshop programs.
The Nico Nibbering Student Travel Awards serve to honor his many contributions to international mass spectrometry and build on his legacy of supporting young scientists in this field.
Deadline extended until May 31st, 2023To apply, please click the button here.
Prof. Gianluca Giorgi
University of Siena
Department of Biotechnology, Chemistry and Pharmacy
via Aldo Moro
I-53100 Siena (Italy)