Neutrinos offer great puzzles and great promises. We welcome all of you who want to know more about neutrinos and how experimentation to decipher their properties is being developed today.
The International Neutrino Summer School 2011 (INSS11) will be hosted by University of Geneva and CERN in the Geneva countryside at the conference center of Cartigny.
The school curriculum extends from ‘neutrinos in the Standard Model’ to introductions to the most advanced detector and accelerator technologies. It is open to all neutrino students, undergraduates, graduates or more advanced physicists who want to know more. Attendance for the whole two weeks is mandatory.
Please register at the earliest convenience. It is highly recommended to stay at Cartigny. Bus transportation is available to downtown Geneva. Geneva social program will include discovery of Geneva, the nearby Alps and Jura as well as the local winyards and Geneva wine making.
We have foreseen no more than 40 participants. We may be able to help a very limited number of students, so if you think you can be eligible please provide recommendation letter from your supervisor and a letter motivating your request.