Nearly 50 students from more than 20 countries participated in both editions of the program (2018-2020 and 2019-2021).
The ceremony was led by professor Sandrine Lacombe, Vice-Rector for International Relations of the University of Paris-Saclay, with the participation of representatives from all the universities of the consortium. AMU was represented by professor Bohdan Skalski, professor Tomasz Pędziński, both from the Faculty of Chemistry and Vice-Rector Rafał Witkowski.
You can read more about the SERP+ Program here (SERP+ website) and here (AMU website).
The Erasmus Mundus SERP-Chem master is a two-year programme in Surface, Electro, Radiation, and Photo-Chemistry with elements of Management, Business, Innovation and Valorisation, Communication and Patent law.
This master is organized around a consortium of 4 European universities: the University of Paris-Sud(coordinating institution), the University of Genoa (Italy), the Adam Mickiwicz University of Poznan (Poland) and the University of Porto (Portugal).
The SERP-Chem master aims at training students in the most performing experimental and theoretical tools used and developed in chemistry, and to become the topmost researchers and managers in areas of great relevance such as:
– Green chemistry based on photon-induced reactions,
– Nanomedicine and renewable energies, applications of radiations,
– Catalysis and industrial processes based on innovative surface treatments and modification
– Environment concerns