COST Actions supports the ability to share knowledge and support collaboration also through Training Schools. Training Schools can be organised by a COST Action on related research topics and can provide dissemination opportunities for an Action's activities. Training Schools provide intensive training in emerging research topics within the laboratories and organisations involved in the COST Action. Participants are mainly, but not exclusively, young researchers involved in COST Actions.
The aim of the Training Schools are to widening, broadening and sharing knowledge relevant to the Action's objectives through the delivery of intensive training on a new and emerging subject. They can offer familiarisation with unique equipment or expertise that are typically to the benefit of early stage researchers, although not exclusively. They are not intended to provide general training or education.
Past Training Schools (2018)
2nd Training School of COST FP1402 "Design of timber-concrete-composite systems"
(April 9-13, 2018)
The second Training School of COST Action FP1402 “Design of timber-concrete-composite systems”, was held from Monday, April 9th to Friday, April 13th 2018. The Training School had taken place at the University of Coimbra and it was hosted by our colleague and Working Group Leaders of WG4 Prof. Alfredo Dias and Jörg Schänzlin.
|April 9-13, 2018
|Coimbra University (PT)
Past Training Schools (2016)
1st Training School of COST FP1402 "Probabilistic Modelling and Reliability Assessment in Timber Engineering (September 11-16, 2016)
The first Training School of COST Action FP1402 “Probabilistic Modelling and Reliability Assessment in Timber Engineering”, was held from Sunday, September 11 to Friday, September 16th 2016. The Training School had taken place on the island of Hitra, near Trondheim, Norway and it was hosted by our colleague and Vice-Chair Prof. Jochen Köhler. The Co-Chair of this Training School was Dr. Gerhard Fink, also Co-Chair of WG1 in our COST Action.
|Sep 11-16, 2016
Final Programme (as of September 7, 2016)