Twelfth Summer School in Nuclear Physics
QCD in High Energy Nuclear Physics
University of California, Santa Cruz
July 3 - July 14, 2000
The school is intended for advanced graduate students and beginning postdoctoral researchers in theory or experiment, and will consist of several courses of introductory lectures. The lecturers are:
Argonne National Laboratory
|Electromagnetic Physics at CEBAF and HERMES|
|What We Expect at RHIC|
|Nuclear Structure from Nuclei to Neutron Stars|
University of Minnesota
Neutrinos and the Origin of the Elements: from the Big Bang to Supernovae|
University of Connecticut
|Weak Interactions in Atoms and Nuclei: The Standard Model and Beyond|
Organizers: Wick Haxton (University of Washington) and Larry McLerran (Brookhaven National Laboratory).
Walter Henning, Chair
Baha Balantekin, Vice-Chair
Bruce Barrett, Past Chair
George Bertsch, NSF grant holder
In addition, there will be opportunities for selected students to speak.
Students will be lodged on the campus of the University of California, Santa Cruz, the site of this year's school. The number of students will be limited to about fifty, and some fellowship support is available. The application deadline is April 28, 2000. However, please apply as early as possible as space is limited. To apply, please fill out the online application form.
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy's Institute for Nuclear Theory, and the University of California, Santa Cruz Department of Physics.
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