25-29 June 2018
CERN
Europe/Zurich timezone

Antimatter experiments are at the cutting edge of science. They are, however, very difficult to realise. The AVA project aims at enabling new antimatter  experiments, probing the fundamental laws of nature.

We are delighted to announce a week-long international School on Low Energy Antimatter Physics which will be held at CERN. It will cover the challenges in antimatter facility design and optimization, beyond state of the art beam diagnostics and advanced detectors, as well as novel antimatter experiments.
In addition to lectures by research leaders, there will be study groups, a poster session and a dedicated industry session. There will also be opportunities for discussion and networking at evening events and a tour of CERN’s unique accelerator facilities.

Registration deadline: 7th May 2018

Payment deadline: 15th May 2018 

AVA has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 721559.

Starts
Ends
Europe/Zurich
CERN
1211 Geneva 23 Switzerland

The cost for attending the School is £500 and includes accommodation (5 nights, 24th - 29th June, at CERN hostel, single rooms for all except Fellows and scholarship holders) , coffee breaks, welcome reception, visits and gala dinner.

A reduced rate of £300 is available for those not needing accommodation.  

Several scholarships for early stage researchers from outside of the AVA network will be available. Application deadline: 31st March 2018

NOTE: IF NO PAYMENT IS RECEIVED BY 15 MAY 2018 YOUR REGISTRATION WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED.

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