Wizyty profesorów planowane na rok 2015

W roku 2015 odbędą się wizyty następujących specjalistów:

 

  • Prof. Helmut Brentel; Consulting and Training in Higher Education

    Tematyka kursu: Professionalization of PhD Supervision

    Osoba zapraszająca: Dr Marcin Grabowski, marcin.grabowski@uj.edu.pl

     

  • Prof. Michael Giersig; Freie Universität Berlin, Department of Physics, Institute of Experimental Physics

    Tematyka kursu: Nanotechnology and Applications of New Materials

    Zakres omawianych zagadnień:

    Plan wizyty:

    Dwutygodniowy kurs obejmujący 30 godzin zajęć ze studentami oraz doktorantami (wykład 15 godzin oraz seminarium 15 godzin), zakończony egzaminem.

    Zaliczenie kursu prof Giersiga pozwala studentom programu SET na zaliczenie jednego z dwóch kursów fakultatywnych, które trzeba zrealizować w ciągu 3 lat studiów.

    Osoby zapraszające: Prof. dr hab. Marian Jaskuła, jaskula@chemia.uj.edu.pl; dr hab. Grzegorz Sulka, sulka@chemia.uj.edu.pl

     

    1. An introduction to nanotechnology
    2. Metallic nanoparticles and nanostructures
    3. Semiconductor nanoparticles
    4. Magnetic nanoparticles
    5. Nanosphere Lithography 2-D and 3-D systems
    6. Multiwall Carbon Tubes and their application in biomed
    7. Nanosystems for electronic applications
  • Prof. Jianguo Gu; Tohoku Pharmaceutical University in Sendai, Institute of Molecural Biomembrane and Glycobiology, Division of Regulatory Glycobiology

    Tematyka kursu: Glikobiologia, biologia rozwoju, glikozylacja zachodząca w białkach adhezyjnych komórek nowotworowych

    Osoba zapraszająca: dr Ewa Pocheć, ewa.pochec@uj.edu.pl

     

  • Prof. Hiroshi Hirata; Hokkaido University, Division of Bioengineering and Bioinformatics, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology

    Tematyka kursu: Zastosowanie spektroskopii elektronowego rezonansu paramagnetycznego w badaniach biomedycznych, obrazowanie zmian stanu redox, stężenia tlenu i pH in vivo metodą EPR

    Osoba zapraszająca: dr Anna Pawlak, anna.pawlak@uj.edu.pl

     

  • Prof. Thomas Marcussen; Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Department of Plant and Environmental Science

    Tematyka kursu: Diversity and Evolution of Plants

    Prof. Marcussen will give 2 lectures at the course "Diversity and Evolution of Plants" and also several seminars for students and doctoral students on the topic: Role of polyploidization and hybridization in plant evolution and also how to build a phylogenetic tree including reticulate evolution.

    Szczegółowy harmonogram kursu znajduje się w załączonym pliku.

    Osoba zapraszająca: prof. dr hab. Elżbieta Kuta, elzbieta.kuta@uj.edu.pl

     

  • Prof. Pascal Mimero; CESI Engineering School

    Tematyka kursu: Project Management. Conduct of change, or how to face the challenges at CESI Group (the history behind the scen ery

    Opis kursu:

    Plenary Lecture

    "Project Management. Conduct of change, or how to face the challenges at CESI Group (the history behind the scenery)"

    During the plenary session, I will introduce the CESI group, browse its founding concepts and publics, and highlight various points from teaching methods and contexts.

    The CESI group was created in 1958 by five of France's major industrial companies, who wished to promote their high-potential technicians and to develop their employee's skills. Today, the group is one of the major professional training organizations in France. It is a higher education and vocational Training Group, which specializes in training executives, supervisors, engineers, technicians and business experts. Its training programs, certificates and degrees are attainable through combined work and training programs, apprenticeship programs, continuing education, as well as accreditation of prior and experimental Learning and initial training.

    Why are we different? Certainly our links with the industrial world, associated to an original scheme, which combines theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience, as well as innovative training approaches (problem based Learning, project approach) and individual tutoring. CESI was the first to offer an alternative scheme based on a combined work-training system, recognized by ministries and/or accreditation bodies. Driven by its strong values and consistent with its founding mission of promoting social equality, it has consistently provided each individual with universal access to training (undergraduate and postgraduate courses), coaching and skills development in line with the needs of companies and the realities of the professional world (professional development courses, focussing on industrial topics, construction & public works, applied computer science, management, …).

    The heart of our mission is? "To support people and companies in the development of new professional identities", where there is an obvious need to manage projects and changes!

    4 Workshops:

    "Project Management Training"

    After an ice-breaking round-table, attendees will share their current knowledge in project management or project practice / experience. According to the number of participants, small groups could be organized, each group will have to select one study case, to enter a context based situation issued from various domains of application. And to solve it, the use of a project management frame, methodology or tool, is required. It could then be transferable to any other fields.

    Osoba zapraszająca: dr Iwona Maciejowska, maciejow@chemia.uj.edu.pl

     

  • Prof. John B. Nezlek; College of William and Mary

    Tematyka kursu: Introduction to Multilevel Modelling

    Osoba zapraszająca: prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Barańska, baranska@chemia.uj.edu.pl

     

  • Prof. Meir Shillor; Oakland University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics

    Tematyka kursu: Advanced Mathematical Modeling

    Opis kursu:

    The course provides an introduction to modern ordinary and partial differential equations, with an emphasis on mathematical modeling of problems arising in physics, mechanics and engineering.
    Lecture is interdisciplinary, the subject lies on the border of mathematics, computer science and mechanics. The course is addressed to MSc students, PhD students, young scientists and faculty members.

    Plan kursu:

    • Models of thermal phenomena. The heat equation, derivation and a model problem with initial and boundary conditions – 1 class
    • Melting or solidification, enthalpy formulation, and the process of spot welding – 2 classes
    • Thermistors, and In Situ Vitrification – 1 class
    • Electropainting, diffusion, reaction-diffusion models in biology – 2 classes
    • Models with ordinary differential equations, thermostats, oscillations, hysteresis, delays, sliders and springs, suspensions with contact and friction, MSEIR models in epidemiology, and population dynamics – 3 classes
    • Rods, beams, contact, friction, adhesion, and damage – 1 class
    • Contact problems with friction, adhesion, and wear – 2 classes

    Harmonogram spotkań:

    • May 11, 2015, Monday, starts at 10:15, lecture 2h
    • May 14, 2015, Thursday, starts at 10:15, lecture 2h
    • May 18, 2015, Monday, starts at 10:15, lecture 2h + seminar 1h
    • May 21, 2015, Thursday, starts at 10:15, lecture 2h + seminar 1h
    • May 25, 2015, Monday, starts at 10:15, lecture 2h + seminar 1h
    • May 28, 2015, Thursday, starts at 10:15, lecture 2h

    Miejsce spotkań: sala nr 1177, Wydział Matematyki i informatyki UJ, ul. łojasiewicza 6

    Osoba zapraszająca: dr hab. Anna Ochal, ochal@ii.uj.du.pl

     

  • Prof. István Tarrósy; University of Pécs, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Political Science and International Studies

    Tematyka kursu: Interdisciplinary Development Studies and the Changing Global Context – Theory, Methodology and the Case Study of Sub-Saharan Africa

    Harmonogram kursu:

    Termin: 13-25.05.2015

    (13.05, 14.05, 18.05, 19.05: godz.17:00-19:15

    20.05, 21.05: godz. 17:00-18:30

    25.05: godz. 17:00-18:00 podsumowanie kursu, rozdanie zaświadczeń uczestnictwa)

    Miejsce: Sala Posiedzeń INPiSM UJ (ul. Jabłonowskich 5, II p.)

    Szczegóły dotyczące kursu znajdują się w załączonym sylabusie

    Osoba zapraszająca: dr hab. Robert Kłosowicz, rklosowicz@yahoo.pl;

    Informacje i zapisy: mgr Joanna Mormul (joanna.mormul@uj.edu.pl)

    Zaliczenie kursu prof Tarróssy'ego pozwala studentom programu SET na zaliczenie jednego z dwóch kursów fakultatywnych, które trzeba zrealizować w ciągu 3 lat studiów.

     

  • Prof. Lionel Bretillon; Uniwersytet Burgundzki, Dijon, Francja

    Tematyka kursu: Lipids: from analysis to clinical aspects

    Harmonogram kursu:

    16.11.15 – Poniedziałek (2 wykłady):

    9.30-11.00, room D105: Basic principles in lipids

    12.00 – 13.30, room 1.01.5: Lipidomics in ocular samples: methodological concerns

    17.11.15 – Wtorek (2 wykłady):

    12.00 -13.30, room 1.01.5: Lipids in the retina

    14.30 – 16.00, room 1.01.5: Cholesterol in the aging retina

    18.11.15 – Sroda (2 wykłady):

    10.00-11.30, room D107: Nutrition and the aging retina (part 1: epidemiological issues

    12.30 – 14.00, room 1.01.5: Nutrition and the aging retina (part 2: explanatory hypotheses

    Informacje: dr Anna Pawlak(anna.pawlak@uj.edu.pl)