Jul 17 – 28, 2023
Wuppertal, Germany
Europe/Berlin timezone

Registration details and Fee

Fees and Expenses

The detector school is organised in the framework of the EURIZON project, which receives funding from the European Union.

The EURIZON project will cover the following expenses for all students:

  • Lunch and coffee breaks during the full duration of the school (10 lecture days);
  • Two social dinners (on 19/7 and 26/7);
  • An excursion to Zeche Zollverein (incl. dinner) on Sunday 23/7.

Therefore students are expected to cover their own expenses for:

  • Lodging (see "accommodation");
  • Dinners (except the two conference dinners, see above);
  • International travel, and local travel.

There is no fee for the school.

Extended funding (including lodging, breakfast and international travel) is allocated to a limited number of students.

 

 

Registration details

  • Students are expected to attend in person for the entire duration of the school.
  • The deadline for student applications (April 11th 2023) has passed.
  • The main target audience of the school are PhD students working on particle detectors. Advanced master students and early postdocs will also be considered for attendance.
  • The number of students is limited (approx. 60). The applications were reviewed by the organizing committee, and all students were informed of the outcome by the end of April.
  • Selected students have performed full registration.