International Neutrino Summer School 2014 (INSS 2014)

70th Scottish Universities

Summer School in Physics (SUSSP70)

The 6th International Neutrino Summer School (INSS2014) in collaboration with the 70th Scottish Universities Summer School in Physics (SUSSP70), hosted by the University of Glasgow, will take place at St. Andrews, Scotland from the 10th to the 22nd of August, 2014.


An exciting and entertaining programme is planned for participants. This School will be a place for the future leaders in neutrino physics to learn from today’s best minds. Topics covered will include the Standard Model; neutrino cross sections; neutrino detection; neutrinos in cosmology and astrophysics; neutrino mass models; neutrino oscillations; lepton flavour violation; solar, reactor and atmospheric neutrinos; accelerator neutrinos; and direct measurements of neutrino mass.


The School is jointly organised by the University of Glasgow, the Durham University Institute of Particle Physics Phenomenology (IPPP) and Fermilab.

 

                      ▪Chairpersons: Debbie Harris, Silvia Pascoli, Paul Soler

                      ▪Members: Ryan Bayes, Colin Froggatt, Suzanne Scott, Wei Wang, Alan Walker

 

Information regarding registration and travel to St. Andrews may be found through the menu above.


If you have any queries, please email Dr Suzanne Scott, the School Administrator, who will be glad to help: suzanne.scott@glasgow.ac.uk.


The deadline for registration has been extended to 31 May 2014. However, any students wishing to be considered for a bursary to (partially) cover the fees for the school should submit their registration and have reference letters submitted by 30 April 2014.


St Andrews, Scotland, 10-22 August 2014