ISODARCO winter 2000
- Subject: ISODARCO winter 2000
- From: Alessandro Marescotti <kfqma at tin.it>
- Date: Thu, 04 Nov 1999 19:27:40 +0100
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 11:23:13 GMT
From: Carlo.Schaerf at roma2.infn.it
To: PAOLO.COTTA at MI.INFN.IT, CRANSHAW at TRIESTE.INFN.IT,
SDEGLIES at ECNO1.CINECA.IT,
ELENA at SCIENCE.UNITN.IT, PAOLOF at KEPLERO.DM.UNIPI.IT,
MANITESE at PLANET.IT,
FERRARIO at MI.INFN.IT, FONTANA at PARMA.INFN.IT
CC: SCHAERF at roma2.infn.it, SCHAERF at roma2.infn.it
Subject: Isodarco winter 2000
I am sending to you the announcement of the XIII Isodarco Winter Course.
Your collaboration in bringing the enclosed material to the attention
of possible participants will be highly appreciated.
Best personal regards
UNIVERSITY OF ROME "TOR VERGATA" ISTITUTO TRENTINO DI CULTURA
UNIVERSITY OF TRENTO OPERA CAMPANA DEI CADUTI Rovereto
UNIONE SCIENZATI PER IL DISARMO "FORUM TRENTINO PER LA PACE"
USPID - Sezione di Trento AUTONOMOUS PROVINCE OF TRENTO
ITALIAN PUGWASH GROUP
Founded in 1966
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL ON DISARMAMENT AND RESEARCH ON CONFLICTS
13th WINTER COURSE
" SECURITY IN GREATER EUROPE AFTER KOSOVO:
ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL DIMENSIONS "
ANDALO (TRENTO) - ITALY
23 - 30 January, 2000
ISODARCO has been organizing residential courses on disarmament and arms
control since 1966, and has already held twenty summer courses and twelve
winter courses. The courses are intended for people already having a
professional interest in the problems of disarmament and conflicts, or
for those who would like to play a more active and technically competent
role in this field. The courses have an interdisciplinary nature, and
their subject matters extend from the technical and scientific side of
the problems to their sociological and political implications.
RUTH ADAMS University Of California At San Diego,
La Jolla, California, Usa
ALEXEI ARBATOV Defence Committee, State Duma, Moscow,
NADIA ARBATOVA Institute Of World Economy And
International Relations, Moscow, Russia
DAVID CARLTON University Of Warwick, Coventry, U.K.
DOMINIQUE DAVID Institut Francais Des Relations
Internationales, Paris, France
ANNA MARIA DUPRE' Refugee And Migrant Service, Federation
Of Protestant Churches in Italy
ALEXANDER DYNKIN Institute Of World Economy And
International Relations, Moscow, Russia
VICTOR GILINSKY Maryland, USA.
HANS-D. JACOBSEN Freie Universitaet Berlin, Berlin, Germany
CATHERINE KELLEHER Aspen Institute Berlin, Berlin, Germany
RITA ROGERS University Of California Medical School,
Los Angeles, California, USA
STEFANO ZAMAGNI Universita' Di Bologna, Bologna, Italy
Confirmations are expected from additional eminent scholars who have been
invited to lecture at the School. The course will be articulated in formal
lectures, seminars offered by the participants, round tables and general open
A) English will be the working language of the School.
B) There will be approximately 50 participants. They are expected to
attend all lectures and seminars.
C) Applications should be submitted with the following information
which is compulsory also for those who have previously attended:
- Full name, date and place of birth, sex, full address (including Email
address, telephone and fax numbers if available);
- Present nationality;
- Degree and/or other academic qualifications;
- Present professional activities and work address;
- Publication list and fields of interest;
- In lieu of publications, a letter of recommendation from a professor or a
scholar in the field.
No special application form is required.
D) Letters of application should arrive not later than December 6,
1999, and should be addressed to the Director of the School:
Prof. CARLO SCHAERF
Department of Physics
University of Rome "Tor Vergata"
Via della Ricerca Scientifica
I-00133 Rome, Italy
Tel. : (+39-06) 7259-4560/1
Fax.: (+39-06) 2040309
E-mail: schaerf at roma2.infn.it
E) Applications will be considered by the Organizing Committee on the
basis of the information submitted. All the applicants will be informed
of the Committee's decision as soon as possible but not later than
December 21, 1999.
F) Participants are requested to arrive at Andalo (Trento) any time on
January 23 and leave in the morning of January 30, 1999.
G) The nominal admission fee which includes attendance, accommodation and
full board is Lit. 320,000 (approximately US$180) and Lit. 220,000
(approximately US$125) for students without a salary up to the age of 26
who ask for it. Participants will be housed in double or triple rooms.
The admission fee for single rooms, if requested and available, will be
Lit 500,000; participants asking to share a room with somebody in
particular, if this is possible, will be charged Lit. 100,000 extra for
each person. The School is unable to provide any contribution towards
H) The Course will meet at the Hotel Gruppo Brenta, via Strigole 1, 38010
Andalo (Trento) Italy, Tel. +39-0461-585813 and Fax +39-0461-585269.
I) A limited number of family members can be accommodated at the Hotel Gruppo
Brenta. Room and board for each member is Lit. 550,000 for the entire period.
Admission of families is limited and will be examined on an individual basis.
Participants wishing to bring their families are requested to submit their
applications as soon as possible.
J) Participants wishing to present a seminar should enclose a short
abstract of their proposed contribution in their application. The
Director of the School will reserve some time for seminars considered
particularly relevant to the programme of the Course.
K) The Organizing Committee reserves the right to introduce any necessary
changes to the programme.
L) Please mention in your application if you need a visa, indicating to which
Italian Consulate you intend to apply. As it could take some time to get
a visa, it is advisable to apply for it immediately after being accepted to
attend the School.
DAVID CARLTON CARLO SCHAERF
DIRECTORS OF THE COURSE DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL
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