Baksan Valley, Kabardino-Balkaria, Russian Federation: April 10-18, 2019
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NEWS (January 14):
- the application deadline is extended until February 1;
- the school site is fixed to the hotel Wolfram, see Accomodation ;
- the school fee is reduced to EUR 325 (including the registration fee and full-board accommodation, for details see Fees and support );
- we expect to have 10 APPEC fellowships for European students and 5 fellowships for Russian students available, see Fees and support ;
- preliminary timetable is available, see Program .
The aim of the School is to cover topics in both experimental and theoretical astroparticle physics. The program of the school will include three main lecture courses followed by tutorials, practical and discussion sessions, together with several separate lectures, special session for participants presentations and excursion to underground laboratories of the Baksan Neutrino Observatory. The School is addressed to advanced masters students, graduate students and postdocs working in astroparticle physics.
The School will be held in a picturesque place in Baksan valley, a Natonal Park on the slopes of Mt. Elbrus, the highest summit in Europe and a famous alpine and ski resort. The program of the school previews 4-hour mid-day breaks for outdoor activities.
- Modern methods of neutrino detection, by Alain Blondel (Geneva U.)
- Machine learning in astroparticle physics, by Oleg Kalashev (INR, Moscow)
- Multimessenger astrophysics, by Michael Kachelriess (NTNU Trondheim)
- Neutrino oscillations: experimental review (Yuri Kudenko - INR, Moscow)
- MeV Neutrino Astrophysics (Mark Vagins - UC Irvine)
- Detection techniques for gravitational waves (Denis Martynov - University of Birmingham)
- JINR astroparticle physics program (Dmitry Naumov - JINR)
- Baksan astroparticle physics program (Valery Kuzminov - BNO INR, Neutrino) (TBC)
- Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Sciences
- Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia
- Astroparticle Physics European Consortium
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Last modified: 14 Jan 2019