Multidisciplinary International School
Nanobiomaterials Engineering

Recruitment rules

  1. Lodz University of Technology (TUL) runs an intensive international curriculum in a frame of SPINAKER programme launched by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange. Project name is “Multidisciplinary International School of Nanobiomaterials Engineering” – acronym MINE of knowledge.
  2. The intensive international curriculum is understood as a short (30 didactic hours) form of education, and it will be performed in a hybrid form as a one-week workshop. The project involves two independent workshops on the following dates:
       a) Workshop on Bionanomaterial and Nanomaterial Engineering – 18-23 June 2023
       b) Short Course on Nanostructured Polymer Materials - 24-28 August 2023
    The scope of the workshop/short course is posted on the project website:
  3. Mine of knowledge is dedicated to doctoral candidates and students who have a citizenship other than Polish.
  4. Candidates can apply for both courses, but participation is only possible in one of them.
  5. The recruitment of participants will take place via an online method. All necessary information, such as eligibility criteria, application deadlines, formal requirements, and registration form, is available on the website:
  6. The information required to complete the online form is as follows: 
       a) name and surname; 
       b) sex;
       c) email address;
       d) name and address of university/research institute; 
       e) field of study/specialisation and thesis topic (completed or in progress); 
       f) thesis topic (for doctoral students only); 
       g) a list of publications and conference communications; 
       h) a list of other achievements (awards, participation in scientific projects confirmed by the project leader, etc.);
       i) an opinion of the supervisor (obligatory) containing the statement that the candidate has a sufficient level of English language skills to enable passive and active participation in the course activities.
  7. The selection of 30 participants will take place ensuring equal treatment of all applicants regardless of gender, worldview, or disabilities and will be based solely on their knowledge, achievements, and motivation for self-development.
  8. Each Participant (student or doctoral candidates) will receive scholarship in the amount of 4000 PLN, these costs may cover: travel to Poland and back; board; accommodation; visas (if necessary); accident insurance.
  9. The personal data of the User provided in the registration process shall be processed by the Lodz University of Technology (TUL) at the Department of Molecular Physics, based at 116 Zeromskiego, Lodz, Poland, NIP 727-002-18-95, in accordance with the Act of 29 August 1997 on the protection of personal data (uniform text: Journal of Laws of 1015, item 2135, as amended). Submission of personal data is voluntary, but necessary for the registration. The User has the right to access their data and correct them. Clicking 'Submit' at the end of registration form means your agreement to process your personal data by TUL. The scope of the collected data does not go beyond the purpose of the project.