Scenes from the International Neutrino Summer School

(1/6) Students and lecturers mingle in the Wilson Hall atrium during one of the poster sessions of the International Neutrino Summer School at Fermilab. people Photo: Kurt Riesselmann

(1/6) Students and lecturers mingle in the Wilson Hall atrium during one of the poster sessions of the International Neutrino Summer School at Fermilab. Photo: Kurt Riesselmann

(2/6) The INSS 2019 poster session featured 43 posters showcasing a mix of the theoretical and experimental work being done by current graduate students and postdocs in neutrino physics all over the world. people Photo: Kirsty Duffy

(2/6) The INSS 2019 poster session featured 43 posters showcasing a mix of the theoretical and experimental work being done by current graduate students and postdocs in neutrino physics all over the world. Photo: Kirsty Duffy

(3/6) Summer school wouldn't be summer school without a picnic. student, people, lab life Photo: Pablo Herrero

(3/6) Summer school wouldn’t be summer school without a picnic. Photo: Pablo Herrero

(4/6) Today's lesson: superconducting radio-frequency technology. Accelerate! student, people, lab life Photo: Erica Snider

(4/6) Today’s lesson: superconducting radio-frequency technology. Accelerate! Photo: Erica Snider

(5/6) How <em>do</em> you compute a cross section? people, student, lab life Photo: Joshua Barrow

(5/6) How do you compute a cross section? Photo: Joshua Barrow

(6/6) Button-pusher says, Let's go underground! lab life, student, people Photo: Taylor Contreras

(6/6) Button-pusher says, Let’s go underground! Photo: Taylor Contreras