This year’s International Neutrino Summer School will take place at Fermilab from Aug. 7-18. The school has a long tradition and has been traveling around the world for now more than 10 years, bringing international students and scientists together for lectures, projects and discussions.
We are very excited to host INSS2017 for the second time here at Fermilab, which is the host lab for so many neutrino experiments.
The two-week program consists of lectures covering a broad range of neutrino-related topics such as neutrino theory, solar and atmospheric neutrinos, reactor neutrinos, accelerator neutrino physics, neutrino fluxes and cross sections, neutrinoless double-beta decay, neutrino mass measurements, neutrinos in cosmology, astroparticle physics, collider physics, and more.
In addition to lectures, participants will work on various projects and join tours and discussion sessions.
The program is targeted for graduate students working on a neutrino experiment or neutrino theory project and early postdocs.
We are now accepting applications for this year’s school! Please apply through our website, and find more information on the schedule and logistics: http://npc.fnal.gov/inss-2017/.
The application period closes June 9.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jonathan Paley, Jen Raaf, Anne Schukraft and Erica Snider are the members of the INSS organizing committee.