May 18 – 31, 2022
Asia/Jerusalem timezone

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UPDATE (1 September 2021):

The 2021 European School of High-Energy Physics (ESHEP 2021) was due to take place in November 2021 - however, in response to the recent surge in Covid cases in Israel and an associated tightening by the Israeli authorities of travel restrictions, we have been forced to postpone the School and the new dates are 18-31 May 2022. Please note that the students have already been selected and we will not be accepting new applications.

The feasibility of holding the School will be kept under review and selected applicants will be informed as soon as possible of any changes to the arrangements.

 

Academic Programme

There will be about 33 lectures, each lasting about 90 minutes including time for questions. These will be complemented by parallel group discussion sessions most afternoons. There will be an evening poster session during which all students are invited to present their research work. The programme will include a short course on science communications and outreach. In addition, there will be group project work based on an outreach theme. The timetable will be available soon. The scientific programme can be found here.

Who can apply?

The European School is targeted particularly at students in experimental HEP who are in the final years of work towards their PhDs. Other schools, such as the CERN-FNAL Hadron Collider School may provide more appropriate training for young postdocs in experimental HEP, PhD students who have already attended the European School, and senior PhD students in HEP phenomenology. It should be noted that some pre-knowledge of the subjects is necessary in order to be able to profit fully from the lecture courses. 

Demand for attendance at the European Schools exceeds the number of available places, so a competitive selection is made. Preference is given to students who have connections with CERN and JINR Member States either because of their nationality, or because of their institutional affiliation, or because they are involved in an experimental programme at a laboratory located in one of the Member States. Nevertheless, applications from other geographical areas will be considered. One or two students from developing countries could be considered for financial support.