Participants must have:

  • a degree in either: Biology, Chemistry, Medicine, Biotechnology, Pharmacology, Physics, Engineering, Mathematics, Bioinformatics
  • a basic working knowledge of experimental research.

Preference will be given to:

  • Ph.D. and junior scientists under 35
  • to those having not more then five years research experience

Applicants should send their current CV, together with a signed letter of recommendation from a Professor who is aware of their work.

The CV should include details of academic qualifications and a list of scientific publications as well as a short description of their current scientific research, to the School Secretariat via e-mail to (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Closing date for applications is May 14th 2018


  • The summer school activities will be held in English.
  • The selection procedure is expected be completed within a week.
  • The School can accept a maximum of 18 attendees.
  • The attendees will have the opportunity to present their results at a dedicated session.
  • The CMS3 summer school doesn’t cover accomodation, travel expences, medical insurance or any other costs. No scholarships are available for this course.


The school official accommodation is the Hotel Antica Colonia. We have negotiated special rates of €79 for a single room and €44,50 – per person- for two persons sharing a comfortable double room.  Note that single occupancy of a double room will be €79.  Dinner will be available at special rate of €18 (including drinks). Free transport to and from the school will be provided for the hotel residents only.

Alternatively in the area there are a large number of accommodations, such as:

Reservations should be handled directly by the School participants with the hotel.