Online participation (08/06/2022): In-person registration is closed, but online participation is possible. If you would like to participate of the school online, please complete the Registration form.
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The Niels Bohr International Academy (NBIA) invites PhD students and advanced Master students to the International PhD Summer School on Neutrinos: Here, There & Everywhere. This one-week school aims to bring the participants up to date with the latest developments in neutrino physics, from theoretical issues to experimental results, including astrophysical and cosmological aspects.
The deadline for in-person registration is March 31, 2022. There is no participation fee.
Students will be given topical introductions, along with an overview of the current state of the field and the open questions that confront it. The invited lecturers are internationally renowned experts in their fields. The school participants will gain a broad understanding of current theoretical problems in neutrino physics, state-of-the-art neutrino experiments, and applications of neutrinos in cosmology and astrophysics.
Guest Lectures & Lecturers
Instituto de Física Corpuscular (IFIC), Universidad de Valencia
Neutrino Theory & Phenomenology
Institut für Physik, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz
Neutrino Astrophysics & Astronomy
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
- Register as a participant
- Registering is solely an expression of interest; you will later be informed about your admittance to the School by the organizers
- The participation is free of charge and includes catering during coffee and lunch breaks. Students are expected to cover their travel and local expenses.
We have limited funds to cover the accommodation costs of in-person PhD student participants for the duration of the School. See here for details.
- The main form of participation of the School will be in person
- In-person participation is limited to 50 students
- Depending on resources available, we might provide options to participate remotely; you may indicate your preference in the registration form, but please be aware that, at this stage, remote participation is not guaranteed
- Priority will be given to in-person participants
COVID-19 and health:
- Please be aware of the health rules regarding COVID-19 to enter Denmark
- These rules may change over time, so please be sure to revisit them close to your travel dates
- The School will be carried out following the health guidelines of the Danish Health Authority
- We ask our participants to follow best health practices at all times
- See here for the list of countries with a visa requirement and visa-free countries to enter Denmark
- If you require an invitation letter to apply for a visa, please contact our administrator Michelle Westergaard
- Students who wish to receive credit (2.5 ECTS) for the course are required to give a short presentation on their current research project, to attend lectures and discussion sessions, as well as to participate actively in problem classes
- Only in-person participants may receive ECTS (unless there are exceptional circumstances)
The Leon Rosenfeld Foundation, supporting young scientists