Part of the IMPRS-BAC curriculum are bespoke nanocourses. These are usually 2-day courses that teach a cutting-edge topic in an interactive way within a compact format. They start with input from the instructor to get participants from diverse backgrounds to the same level of knowledge and are followed by more interactive content. Our doctoral students are expected to participate in three nanocourses during their time in the IMPRS. We strongly encourage doctoral candidates to also participate in nanocourses that address different themes from their research project, the aim of the nanocourses is to broaden the general knowledge of IMPRS-BAC students.
Here you can find a list of our past nanocourses: