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The Sixth NExT PhD Workshop takes place from 20-23 June 2016 in Brighton.
The workshop comprises about 20 hours of lectures by world experts in particle physics on the most recent developments in collider and flavour physics and beyond-standard model physics, with an emphasis on composite Higgs models.
On Tuesday evening there will be a poster session and prize competition. There will be a further student-led session during the school
The workshop is anticipated to moreover feature sessions on careers advice, public engagement, and employer engagement.
All of the school and accommodation are located close together on the beautiful University of Sussex campus amidst the South Downs National park, a short bus or train ride away from the centre of vibrant Brighton.