Here is the exciting agenda for the Opening Training School week:
Experts from academia, industry, and certifying agencies will hold advanced training on in-flight icing to provide the doctoral students of TRACES with the best background to achieve the goal of their cutting-edge research projects.
The technical lectures in green in the agenda are public and will be streamed through Webex; links are available in this document:
Individual Research Committee and one-to-one meetings
On Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, each doctoral student will have one hour to meet personally with their Individual Research Committee (IRC) to finalize their research plan and discuss the next steps in their doctoral project. This could be also the opportunity to start the discussion about the Career Development Plan and the Individual Exploitation Plan.
Simultaneously, informal one-on-one meetings will be scheduled to allow doctoral students to get to know each other better.
The ice-breaker social event on Monday is the Aperitivo, an Italian pre-dinner ritual where friends gather to enjoy light bites paired with refreshing drinks. The aperitivo serves as a time for socializing and fostering connections among TRACES doctoral researchers and partners. Set in this convivial atmosphere, the doctoral researchers will elect their representative to sit on the TRACES Advisory Board.
On Tuesday night, we will have dinner all together at Osteria del Biliardo
Via Cialdini 107, 20161 Milano
On Friday morning, we will close the Opening Training School with a guided tour of the exposition of the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci. We will visit the Leonardo da Vinci Galleries and the Transportation exhibition.