Nov 21 – 25, 2022
University of Manchester, Schuster Building
Europe/London timezone

Contact the Coordinator (C. Doglioni) and Project Manager (J. Masterson)

We are happy to welcome the SMARTHEP Early Stage Researchers (ESR), their supervisors, our partners and collaborators to the kick-off event taking place at the Coordinating institute, the University of Manchester.

The goal of this kick-off event is to get to know each other, and plan the activities for the coming year. The first two days of the meeting will be dedicated to ESRs and supervisors with a round table and a Network Assembly. The rest of the week will include a visit to the Jodrell Bank site, and transferrable skills training for the ESRs. 

Logistics information can be found on the left-hand side of the menu, and for further information feel free to contact the SMARTHEP Coordinator and the Project Manager. 

University of Manchester, Schuster Building
Jocelyn Bell Burnell theater (ground floor) and Niels Bohr Common Room (6th floor)
See logistics and accommodation for details
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SMARTHEP is a MSCA-funded European Training Network that brings together scientists from the four major collaborations of CERN’s Large Hadron Collider which have been driving the development of Real-Time analysis (RTA) and key specialists from computer science and industry. By solving concrete problems as a community, SMARTHEP will train 12 Early Stage Researchers to bring forward a more widespread use of RTA techniques, enabling future HEP discoveries and generating large-scale impact to industry.