15th National Nuclear Physics Summer School
June 15-27, 2003
The UTK campus
The University of Tennessee - Knoxville

The 15th National Nuclear Physics Summer School is being organized by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Tennessee.   The school will be held on the campus of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.  The school is intended for advanced graduate students and beginning postdoctoral researchers in either experimental or theoretical nuclear physics.  The primary aim is to provide future researchers with a broad perspective on current research in the field.  Lecture courses will cover the major themes in nuclear physics research.  Partial scholarships for local expenses are available for most participants.


Peter Parker Yale University Nuclear astrophysics
Erich Ormand Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Nuclear structure
Raju Venugopalan Brookhaven National Laboratory High energy nuclear physics in the collider era
Eric Swanson University of Pittsburgh Structure of hadrons
Alejandro Garcia University of Washington Weak interactions in the nucleus
Gail McLaughlin North Carolina State University Neutrino physics

Guest speakers:

Glenn Young Oak Ridge National Laboratory Results from RHIC
Rocco Schiavilla Old Dominion Univ. and TJNAF Electromagnetic structure of light nuclei
Geoff Greene Univ. of Tennessee and ORNL Fundamental physics with neutrons

Sponsored by:

The National Science Foundation
The Institute for Nuclear Theory, University of Washington
The U.S. Department of Energy
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
The University of Tennessee

For more information:

Email: npss03@mail.phy.ornl.gov
Jeff Blackmon and David Dean, organizers

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