The JETSCAPE collaboration is an NSF-funded multi-institutional project to create new event generators to simulate the physics of ultra-relativistic heavy-ion collisions. The JETSCAPE collaboration includes theoretical and experimental physicists, computer scientists, and statisticians, and has associate members in both theory and experiment.
This is the second edition of the JETSCAPE Online School, and it will take place from July 19-30, 2021.
The School is aimed at PhD students and postdocs, in both theory and experiment. The focus of the School is on the implementation of jet quenching and bulk calculations in the JETSCAPE framework, and its application to experimental data, including statistical analysis. The School will consist of lectures on theoretical and experimental aspects of jets, jet quenching, and bulk dynamics, together with extensive hands-on practical sessions working with the JETSCAPE code.