Chemistry of Molecular and Interfacial Systems (CheMISyst) is a focused excellence project combining state-of-the-art of scientific and technological approaches operating at the interface of chemistry, with biology and medecine on one side and physics on the other side in an un-precedented cross-disciplinary effort.
The unifying purpose of the CheMISyst roject is to combine long-range and short-range specific interactions over different scales and to implement them into multi-scale design. It is the ambition of the project to consider this domain beyond the supramolecular point of view.
The potential impact that CheMISyst provides, includes the following:
Our practical summer school in Analytical and Separation Chemistry is held yearly for a full week including practical sessions since the first edition 2006 in Montpellier. Since 2012, the Practical summer school is in common with the associated teams within the Excellence laboratory "CheMISyst" (2012 – 2020), a project devoted to chemistry using the so-called weak Long Range Interactions, i.e. molecular interactions beyond binding to the nearest neighbour.
Our practical summer school enables us to welcome researchers interested in the content of our research programmes, experimental projects, and the methods developed at the ICSM. The programme lasts one week and is organised in collaboration with our partners (CEA/INSTN), and has been integrated into the activities of the Balard Research Centre since it was created. These practical European summer schools, which aim to achieve a level of pluridisciplinarity and attractiveness comparable to the Ecole des Houches for physicists, offer basic courses and specialised training on timely subjects.
If you are interested, contact Stéphane Pellet-Rostaind (stephane.pellet-rostaing ad cea.fr) or Philippe Moisy (philippe.moisy ad cea.fr)