23-27 June 2014
Niels Bohr Institute
Europe/Copenhagen timezone
This school 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 anyone interested in this field.

(Photo: Andy Jackson)


Jennifer Adams (NBIA & University of Canterbury)
Carlo Giunti (University of Torino)
Jason Koskinen (NBIA & Discovery Center, NBI)
Georg Raffelt (Max Planck Institut für Physik, München)


Subir Sarkar (NBIA & University of Oxford)
Niels Bohr Institute
Auditorium A
Blegdamsvej 17 DK-2100 Copenhagen Denmark
Applications are invited from PhD students as well as advanced Masters students. Up to 2.5 ECTS points can be earned by attending all lectures & exercise sessions, and giving a talk.

There is no fee, thanks to generous support by Copenhagen University. Participants are expected to cover their own costs (travel, accomodation, meals). We have block booked some rooms at a special rate at the nearby Hotel 9 Små Hjem - if you want to stay there then select this option when registering. All social events are free.

There are limited funds to cover accomodation in Copenhagen for those who really need support. To be considered you must state how this School relates to your work (when you register) and provide a letter from your research supervisor (to be sent to Subir Sarkar <sarkar@nbi.dk>).

If you require an invitation letter (e.g. to apply for a visa), have queries of a practical nature etc, please contact Helle Kiilerich <helle@nbi.dk>.