Summer Schools

The Eawag Summer Schools provide the opportunity for doctoral and postdoctoral students from all over the world to deepen their knowledge of a particular scientific topic. Preeminent scientists lead the lectures, practical work and exercises. The events take place in the summer holidays and usually last for a week. Alongside their educational input, the Summer Schools also offer the opportunity to discuss research questions and to network with others in the field.

Current Summer Schools

Summer school in Environmental System Analysis

Mathematical models are essential for gaining insights into environmental systems and making predictions about their behaviour. In this summer school, we provide guidance on how to use Bayesian techniques to treat uncertainties in data, model structure, and parameters quantitatively. This course is designed for PhD students, post-doctoral researchers, and senior research scientists who work with mathematical models in all disciplines.

Further information

15th Summer School on Bayesian Methods for Environmental Modeling

The next Summer School will take place from 9 to 15 June 2024. Further information.

Cover photo: Participants at the 13th Summer School in Environmental Systems Analysis 2022. (Eawag, Peter Penicka)