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Discover our Summerschools and doctoral training courses

NFZ Summerschools
The summer school programme was the first multifaceted project to be developed within NFZ.forestnet. NFZ summer schools take place every year, and are organized by one of the three partner countries. Due to the COVID19, all events planned for 2020 have been postposponed to 2021 or 2022, We look forward to welcome you to one of our summer schools in Nancy, Davos and other places.

Next NFZ summer schools and training courses

2022: SwissForestLab & WSL Biodiversity Center & NFZ Summer School "FORBIODIV: Biodiversity, a key element for temperate forest ecosystems" at Davos

21 - 27 August 2022, Davos (Switzerland).

Click here for more information and application.
>>> Download the announcement flyer

2022: NFZ Summer School 2020: "Emerging pests and diseases in temperate forests" at Nancy

July 2022, Champenoux, near Nancy (France).

Click here for registration, submission and other information. Applications made in 2020 will be kept for 2022.

2021: NFZ Training Course “International Forestry and Global Issues" (IFGI) at Nancy

End 2021, Nancy (France). We will keep you informed of the new dates. 

Click here for registration, submission and other information
>>> Download the announcement flyer

2021: NFZ International Doctoral Course: “Stable Isotopes in Forest Ecosystem Research” at Nancy

13 – 17 September 2021, Champenoux, near Nancy (France).

Click here for registration, submission and other information

2021: SwissForestLab & NFZ Summer School "ForMon: Long-term Forest Monitoring" at Davos

22 - 28 August 2021, Davos (Switzerland).

Click here for more information and application.
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2021: Atelier Recherche en Gestion Forestière (REGEFOR) : « Forêt en crise, relevons le défi ! » at Nancy

21 – 23 June 2021, Champenoux, near Nancy (France).

Click here for registration, submission and other information

Past NFZ summer schools 

2018: NFZ Summer School on Old-Growth Forest Research in Nyzhnje Selyshche
2. Sept. – 8. Sept. 2018, Nyzhnje Selyshche (Ukraine).
Click here for more information

2018: NFZ Summer School in Davos,
August 2018, Davos (Switzerland).
Click here for more information

2018: NFZ International Doctoral Course on “Stable Isotopes in Forest Ecosystem Research” (SIFER), in Champenoux
26. June – 29. June 2018, Nancy (France).
Click here for more information.

2017: NFZ Summer School “International Forestry and Global Issues" (IFGI) in Nancy
25. Sept. – 29 Sept. 2017, Nancy (France).
Click here for further information.

2017: NFZ International Doctoral Course on “Stable Isotopes in Forest Ecosystem Research” (SIFER), in Champenoux
11. Sept. – 15. Sept. 2017, Nancy (France).
Click here for registration, submission and other information.

2017: NFZ Course  on “Advanced Data Analystics using R” in Birmensdorf.
11. Sept. – 15. Sept. 2017, Birmensdorf (Switzerland).
Click here for registration, submission and other information

2017: NFZ European Dendroecological Fieldweek  in the French Vosges Moutains 
10. Sept. – 17. Sept. 2017
Click here for registration, submission and other information

2017: NFZ International Doctoral Course on "Soil Functions along a Gradient of Human Impact" (SAGA), in France
11. Sept. – 15. Sept. 2017, Nancy (France).
Click here for registration, submission and other information.

2016: NFZ summer school "Bioeconomy - a challenge for European forestry and the bio-based sector" (BioFor) 2016 in Freiburg, Germany.

2016: NFZ summer school “Integrated Land Use Systems” (ILUS) 2016 in Freiburg, Germany.

2015: International Doctoral Course “Stable Isotopes in Forest Ecosystem Research” 2015 in Champenoux, France.

2015: "Climate change impacts on forest ecosystems: Disciplinary and interdisciplinary challenges across spatial scales" (FORESCALE), in Fafleralp, Lötschental (Valais, Switzerland).

2014: "Mixed Forests Ecosystems" (MIXFOR), in Nancy (France).2005: "Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forest History. Impacts on the environment" (LULUC), in La Bresse (France).

2013: "Douglas fir, opportunities and risks for European Forestry" (DOUGOP), in Esthal (Germany).2006: "Mountain Ecology and Alpine Ecosystem Management" (MOUNTECO), in Davos (Switzerland).

2012: "Forest Economics in a Changing Environment" (FORECE), in Maienfeld (Switzerland).2007: "Innovative Approaches for Sustainable Management of Forest Ecosystems Under a Changing

2011: "New Challenges for Interdisciplinary Wood Research" (NEWOOD), in Nancy (Fance).Environment" (FORCE), in Freiburg (Germany).

2010: "Impacts of Climate Change on Growth and Mortality of Forests in Europe", in Freiburg (Germany).

2009: "How to Publish and Conference" (HOWTOPC), in Zurich (Switzerland).

2008: "Modelling Forest Community Organization, Functions and Dynamics for Improving Forest Management" (FORMOD), in Le Tholy (France).

Pfynwald (Photo: P. Fonti, WSL)

NFZ-Summer School 2015 "FORESCALE"

Climate change impacts on forest ecosystems: Disciplinary and interdisciplinary challenges across spatial scales.
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