The Swedish e-Science Education graduate school (SeSE) announces its Autumn 2013 e-Science courses for PhD students.
SeSE provides basic training in fields where the use of e-Science is emerging (and where appropriate education can consequently have an immense impact on research), and also provides advanced training for students in fields that are already computer-intensive. The courses are open for PhD students from Sweden as well as from the other Nordic countries and will make it possible for inter-disciplinary collaborations on a Nordic level.
For details of the courses being offered in Autumn 2013, see:
and for information about SeSE, see: