1-5 August 2016
Niels Bohr Institute
Europe/Copenhagen timezone
Thanks to all who participated for a most enjoyable school (see 'Photos' below)!
This is the second edition of a school that aims to bring PhD (and advanced Masters) students up to date with the latest developments in neutrino physics, from theoretical issues to experimental results, including astrophysical and cosmological aspects. It is open to all interested academics.

For the previous edition held in Copenhagen during 23-27 June 2014, click here.

(Photo: Andy Jackson)


Steen Hannestad (Aarhus University)
Eligio Lisi (INFN Bari)
Teresa Montaruli (University of Geneva)

Seminar Speakers (NBI):

Jason Koskinen
Philip Mertsch
Mohamed Rameez
Oleg Ruchayskiy
Subir Sarkar 
Irene Tamborra 
Starts Aug 1, 2016 09:15
Ends Aug 5, 2016 18:30
Niels Bohr Institute
Auditorium A
Blegdamsvej 17 DK-2100 Copenhagen Denmark
Applications are invited from PhD students as well as advanced Masters students. Attending all talks and discussion/problems classes is worth 2 ECTS points - giving a talk will earn 1 extra point.

There is no registration fee (coffee/tea & lunch will be provided free to all participants). All social events (Welcome Reception, School Excursion & Dinner, Farewell Party) are also free. Participants are expected to cover their own travel & accomodation costs. Some hotel rooms have been block booked at a special rate - if you wish to avail of this then select the relevant option when registering.

There are limited funds to cover local accomodation (in shared rooms) for those who really need support. To be considered you must explain how this School relates to your work (when you register) and your research supervisor must send a letter of support (to Subir Sarkar <sarkar@nbi.ku.dk> & Irene Tamborra <tamborra@nbi.ku.dk>).

If you require an invitation letter to apply for a visa or have any queries of a practical nature, please contact our administrator Anette Studsgård <studsgaard@nbi.ku.dk>.