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漢堡大學暑期研究計畫

課程日期 2018年7月2日 至 7月27日
報名資格
  1. Particles, Strings & Cosmology 
    限本校學士四年級/碩士/博士學位生且就讀 Particles, Strings, Cosmology 相關領域

    Climate Change ​ 
    限本校碩士/博士學位生且就讀 Climate, Environment, Earth-System Sciences 相關領域

    Health Economics 
    限本校學士四年級/碩士/博士學位生且就讀 Health Economics 相關領域

  2. English language proficiency (TOEFL 78 or higher or equivalent)
  3. Excellent academic record
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費用
名稱 金額 幣別 說明
臺大行政計畫費 2,000 新臺幣 *錄取後繳交
課程費用 2,900 歐元

*錄取後需自行匯款至姊妹校(正取者獲漢堡獎學金可免課程費用)

Fees include:

  1. Core and complementary study program & language course
  2. Official transcript
  3. Course materials
  4. Accommodation at the B&B Hotel Hamburg Altona (single rooms or equivalent, incl. breakfast)
  5. Lunch vouchers
  6. Ticket for public transportation
  7. 24/7 contact person in Hamburg
  8. Extracurricular activities such as:
    • Visits to museums, theaters and concerts
    • Excursions to the harbor, the Speicherstadt (world heritage site) and the Elbphilharmonie
    • Day trip to Berlin & the German Parliament
    • Welcome and farewell events


Fees do not include:

  1. Flight costs to and from Hamburg
  2. Visa costs (if applicable)
  3. Costs for dinner
  4. Other personal expenses
課程說明

分為下列三種課程,實際日期依各課程而定,錄取者須擇一修習(報到後不得更改)
 

CORE AND COMPLEMENTARY STUDY PROGRAM

Particles, Strings & Cosmology 

During the Summer School "Particles, Strings & Cosmology" at Universität Hamburg you will have the opportunity to learn from leading scientists in a unique research environment. Together with researchers from Universität Hamburg's Physics department and the German Electron Synchrotron (DESY) you will examine theoretical concepts to deepen your knowledge in fields such as particles, strings and cosmology  and discuss advanced research questions with different peer groups. The physics program will be complemented by sessions on German culture and history - topics will be discussed and taught on field trips and during excursions. A language course and extracurricular activities, such as a day trip to Berlin, will complement the program. Join us for knowledge, credits and fun!

| Dates: 02 July - 27 July 2018
| Est. program hours: 150 hrs total / 37.5 hrs a week
| Credits: up to 5 credits (ECTS)
| Language of instruction: English

  • Physics Program
    The three core topics, Particles, Strings and Cosmology, will amount to 67% of your study time of the summer school. Within these fields you will examine theoretical concepts to deepen your knowledge and discuss advanced research questions with renowned scientists. Excursions and field trips to top-notch research institutions and facilities, such as the German Electron Synchrotron (DESY), will complement your experience.
  • Complementary Program
    Students will explore aspects of German culture and experience it first-hand during field trips in Hamburg and on guided day trips to Berlin and the Hanseatic City of Lübeck. Courses will let you delve into the history of our beautiful city and learn about cultural phenomena, such as harbor life and hanseatic trade. Studying in and near the old Jewish quarter, in which the main campus of Universität Hamburg is located, will provide you with intriguing additional perspectives on life in Hamburg.
     

Climate Change

The international Summer School Climate Change, jointly organized by the Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability (CEN) at Universität Hamburg, the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M), and the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ) invites applications from students and prospective scientists who have a strong interest in climate, Earth system, and sustainability research. The curriculum consists of a broad range of lectures by expert scientists, as well as excursions and lab work. During hands-on sessions, participants will run complex Earth-system models using local computation facilities and focus on data analysis and interpretation. The Climate Change program will be complemented by sessions on German culture and history—topics will be discussed and taught on field trips and during excursions. A language course and extracurricular activities, such as a day trip to Berlin, are also included into the Summer School. Join us for knowledge, credits, and fun!

| Dates: 02 July - 27 July 2018
| Est. program hours: 150 hrs total / 37.5 hrs a week
| Credits: up to 5 credits (ECTS)
| Language of instruction: English

  • Climate Change Program
    The core program consists of three major themes: 'climate dynamics and modelling', 'impacts, sustainable mitigration and adaptation' and 'climate change and dynamics of social systems', which will amount to 67% of your study time. Within these themes you will learn about theoretical concepts, analyze challenges and findings of Earth system research and discuss advanced research questions with renowned scientists. Excursions and field trips to top-notch research institutions and facilities will complement your experience.
  • Complementary Program
    Students will explore aspects of German culture and experience it first-hand during field trips in Hamburg and on guided day trips to Berlin and the Hanseatic City of Lübeck. Courses will let you delve into the history of our beautiful city and learn about cultural phenomena, such as harbor life and hanseatic trade. Studying in and near the old Jewish quarter, in which the main campus of Universität Hamburg is located, will provide you with intriguing additional perspectives on life in Hamburg.
     

Health Economics 

During the Summer School Health Economics at Universität Hamburg, you will have the opportunity to learn from leading scientists in a unique research environment. In the midst of our renowned and highly interdisciplinary Hamburg Center for Health Economics (HCHE), you will study on the interface of medicine, business, economics and social sciences. The Center is home to more than 70 researchers, who you will join in their pursuits to find solutions to current and future challenges in health service provision. The health economics program will be complemented by sessions on German culture and history—topics will be discussed and taught on field trips and during excursions. A language course and extracurricular activities, such as a day trip to Berlin, will complement the program. Join us for knowledge, credits, and fun!

| Dates: 02 July - 20 July 2018
| Est. program hours: 120 hrs total / 40 hrs a week
| Credits: up to 4 credits (ECTS)
| Language of instruction: English

  • Health Economics Program
    The four core topics, European Health Care Systems and Social Health Insurance, Health Econometrics, Applied Microeconometrics and Risky Health Behaviours, and Health Economic Evaluation and Modelling, will amount 67% of your study time. Within these fields, you will examine theoretical concepts to deepen your knowledge and discuss advanced research questions with leading scientists.
  • Complementary Program
    Students will explore aspects of German culture and experience it first-hand during field trips in Hamburg and on guided day trips to Berlin and the Hanseatic City of Lübeck. Courses will let you delve into the history of our beautiful city and learn about cultural phenomena, such as harbor life and hanseatic trade. Studying in and near the old Jewish quarter, in which the main campus of Universität Hamburg is located, will provide you with intriguing additional perspectives on life in Hamburg.
     

LANGUAGE COURSE

During your first week of your four weeks program in Hamburg you will learn basic German to get an understanding of the language and the culture behind it. Your newly acquired language skills will make life in Hamburg even more convenient.
 

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

In addition to the studies and the complementary program, the Summer School offers extracurricular activities such as city tours, visits to museums and other exciting opportunities to learn and experience culture and life in Hamburg.

報名流程

Step 1

於本處完成線上報名並上傳文件:自2018年3月8日起至3月22日下午4時止

​Step 2

公布錄取名單:2018年3月28日下午5時

Step 3

報到繳交紙本文件:2018年4月9日至4月10日,上午9時至12時、下午1時至4時

錄取名單

正取 P1060003

正取 P1060005

備取 P1060002

相關連結

Summer School: Particles, Strings & Cosmology 2018

Summer School: Climate Change 2018

Summer School: Health Economics 2018

承辦人 鄭雨漩小姐/(02) 3366 2007 分機230/lilianzheng@ntu.edu.tw
學校介紹

Excellence in Physics

Hamburg provides a unique environment for interdisciplinary research at the interfaces between particle physics with astrophysics and cosmology. Activities include the study of the fundamental properties of matter within accelerator experiments such as the Large Hadron Collider, the use of the high-energy Universe as a natural laboratory to study the origin of matter and research on key questions in astrophysics. Theoretical, experimental and observational research are highly intertwined. Scientists in Hamburg construct new detectors and telescopes, hunt for new particles in laboratories, observe the local and far universe from radio waves to highest energy cosmic rays, model the building blocks of our universe on supercomputers and perform fundamental studies in string theory and mathematical physics.

Further, top-notch research institutions and facilities are located in Hamburg, such as the Center for Ultrafast Imaging (CUI), the Hamburg Observatory, the DESY, the Max Plack Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter (MPSD), the European XFEL, the Helmholtz Center for Materials and Coastal Research as well as many more. Universität Hamburg collaborates closely with these institutions and you will be provided with the opportunity to visit some of their facilities during the Summer School.

For more information on our Physics research at Universität Hamburg click here.