- Practical Statistics - Roger Barlow, University of Huddersfield, UK
- Field Theory and the E-W Standard Model - Alexander Bednyakov, JINR
- LHC Run-2 and Future Prospects - Jamie Boyd, CERN
- Special Lecture on Gravitational Waves - Jo van den Brand, Nikhef, Netherlands
- Higgs Physics - John Ellis, King's College London, UK and CERN
- Neutrino Physics - Concha Gonzalez-Garcia, Stony Brook, USA and University of Barcelona, Spain
- Cosmology and Dark Matter - Valery Rubakov, INR and Moscow University, Russia
- Physics Beyond the Standard Model - Veronica Sanz, University of Sussex, UK
- Flavour Physics and CP Violation - Mikhail Vysotsky, ITEP, Russia
- QCD - Giulia Zanderighi, Max Planck Institute, Germany
- Heavy-Ion Physics - Korinna Zapp, Lund University, Sweden
In addition to the above, there will be lectures on the scientific programmes of CERN and JINR, by Fabiola Gianotti and Victor Matveev respectively, and a short course on science communications and outreach.
There will be parallel discussion sessions, lasting about 90 minutes, most afternoons during the School. Students remain in the same discussion group for the duration of the School. The discussion leaders will be:
- Jonathan R. Gaunt - CERN
- Alexey Gladyshev - JINR
- Alexander Huss - CERN
- Dmitry Levkov - INR, Russia
- Emin Nugaev - INR, Russia
- Eleni Vryonidou - CERN
The students in each discussion group will also participate in a collaborative project on an outreach theme. This will lead up to a presentation by a group representative in a dedicated session towards the end of the School.
All students are encouraged to present and discuss their work at a poster session during the first week of the School.