10-22 August 2014
School of Physics and Astronomy, St Andrews, Scotland
Europe/London timezone
Welcome to the 70th edition of the Scottish Universities Summer School in Physics (SUSSP70) in collaboration with the International Neutrino Summer School (INSS 2014). Neutrinos are very important in many areas of modern physics. They provide the best evidence for physics beyond the Standard Model, and are proving to be an invaluable tool in astrophysics and cosmology. Neutrino physics has provided a fertile ground for new scientific discoveries. In this Summer School, we will explore all aspects of neutrino physics, providing an essential grounding for young graduate or postdoctoral researchers working in this exciting field. Lectures at the School will include experimental, phenomenological and theoretical developments. Additionally, there will be opportunities for students to work in groups addressing some of the main issues affecting neutrino physics and there will also be a Public Lecture dedicated to members of the public and school-age children. The main School web site can be found here: http://www.inss2014.physics.gla.ac.uk/ For any enquiries, please contact Dr Suzanne Scott, the SUSSP70 Administrator: suzanne.scott@glasgow.ac.uk Note that the registration deadline has been extended to 31 May 2014. However, to be considered for a bursary your registration needs to be in by 30 April 2014.
School of Physics and Astronomy, St Andrews, Scotland