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2002 Nuclear Physics Summer School

St. Johns College, Santa Fe

Fourteenth Summer School in Nuclear Physics

Santa Fe, NM
July 28 - August 10, 2002

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. 

Some lectures are now available for download, others will be posted shortly. A lecture schedule is also available, including a list of student talks. The lecturers are:

William Louis
Neutrino Physics
Aneesh Manohar QCD and its Symmetries
Thomas Schaefer
High Density QCD
Joseph Carlson 
Microscopic Nuclear Physics
Guy Savard
Physics for a Rare Isotope Accelerator

Guest lecturers:

Yong - Zhong Qian
Rocks with a view of the universe: from neutrinos and nuclei to stars and galaxies
Vijay Pandharipande
Nuclear Matter and Neutron Stars


Steering Committee:

E. Beise, Chair

R. J. Furnstahl, Vice Chair

A. Baha Balantekin, Past Chair

Bruce Barrett, NSF grant holder

Don Geesaman

Barbara Jacek

Witek Nazarewicz

V. R. Pandharipande

J. F. Wilkerson

In addition, there will be opportunities for selected students to speak.

Students will be lodged on the campus of the St. Johns College, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 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 was May 1, 2002. A few additional students may be accepted if space permits.

  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 Los Alamos National Laboratory.

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