Bordeaux, 21-22 March 2019.

The EMMI network has its origins in the Network of Excellence FAME which started in 2004.

Since then, EMMI has initiated many EU projects and collaborations. The first of them was the ERASMUS MUNDUS Master programme FAME-Master1, which started in 2007 and recently obtained renewal funding for the 3rd time.

Another flagship project was the Doctoral School IDS-FunMat2, and its successor EJD-FunMat3. Both projects will end in 2019.

Thus we will celebrate in a special meeting next march the anniversaries of EMMI and FAME-Master, and hold at the same time the final meeting of the projects IDS-FunMat and EJD-FunMat. 

Over 2 days, the meeting will include reports from former Master and PhD students, several lectures for the general public, discussions of hot topics in materials science, and hopefully the initiation of new European projects from the EMMI community.

One highlight will be a presentation from Donna Strickland, University of Waterloo, Winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2018.

Here is the full programme for download (pdf 2MB):

See you in Bordeaux!

1FAME-Master was first funded through two grants from ERASMUS MUNDUS. The latest edition FAME+ is funded by the Programme ERASMUS+

2IDS-FunMat has received funding from the European Commission through the
Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate Programme, FPA 2010-0004/001-001, SGA 2014-0966

3EJD-FunMat has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and
innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 641640