To create a new generation of leaders in the field of CO2 utilization, many schools and workshops are organized in the framework of PIONEER. This thorough training provides a broad range of courses to the Early Stage Researchers, including instruction in several scientific fields and transferable skills, complemented with scientific workshops.
5-12 October 2019, Bad Honnef, Germany
The aim of the course is acquaint students with the present status of the field of low-temperature plasma physics. The course offers a broadening of knowledge in plasma physics and in the interaction of plasmas with surfaces, including a description of advanced diagnostics. Participants are invited to bring with them presentation material in form of posters.
5-15 October 2020, Online
All ESRs who could not join the 2019 Plasma School participated in this year’s online Plasma School.
Heterogeneous Catalysis and common courses
14-29 May 2020, Zaragoza, Spain
The second training of PIONEER program was supposed to be held in Zaragoza, beginning of June 2020. Because of the Corona Virus pandemic, it has been replaced by a series of online courses. These courses were organized by M.V. Navarro and T. Garcia from ICB-CSIC. The aim of the courses is to acquaint students with the present status of the field of catalysis . The course offers a broadening of knowledge in catalyst preparation and characterization, heterogeneous catalysis and plasma catalysis. The program was completed by courses on career planning and storytelling in scientific communication.
Bibliographic Search & Watch
4 March 2021, Online
In a one day online workshop by Violaine Jacq from Sorbonne University the students got an overview about where and how to look for relevant literature but also about how to let literature “come to them” using bibliographic watch.
5 and 6 May 2021, Online
We would like to thank the Sorbonne University Library service for providing our ESRs with a cycle of workshops about Open Access and bibliographic Search and Watch. It was very useful and informative, looking forward to use the tips learned for our future publications within the PIONEER consortium.