The Summer School duration is 5 days (from Tuesday July 4th to Saturday July 8th) including 4 full days and a final morning session on Saturday. Activities include lectures / conferences, participant presentations, reading sessions and group project exercises.
The first day opens with a welcoming and icebreaker session including the presentation of the Summer School program.
During the first 4 days, mornings mainly consist in lectures given by members of the faculty around daily topics :
- Day 1 : Overview and modelling issues with NDCs assessment
- Day 2 : Modelling energy transformation pathways
- Day 3 : Social and economic implications of low carbon pathways
- Day 4 : Articulation between national and global scales
During afternoons, participants will present a version of their research work (around 30 minutes for each presentation) and will receive feedback from fellow students and faculty members.
Other scheduled activities include a group project exercise with restitution during final day, possible reading sessions, a videoconference by an international leader in the field and a closing conference.
A social dinner will be organized on Day 2.