The 22nd Vietnam School of Physics (VSOP-22): 1 - 12 September 2016
Place: Quy Nhon, Vietnam
The VSOP-22 is organized by Rencontres du Vietnam (RdV) in cooperation with Quy Nhon University, Quy Nhon, Vietnam and Institut National de Physique Nucléaire et de Physique des Particules (IN2P3), CNRS, France.
This school belongs to a series of schools originating from a school created in 1994 by Nguyen Van Hieu, and Tran Thanh Van and funded by Rencontres du Vietnam. It became an international school in 1995 with participation of Vietnamese and foreign students. The school is also funded by the Asia-Pacific Centre for Theoretical Physics (APCTP), Pohang, Korea, as an external activity.
The 22nd VSOP will be devoted to particle physics, both theory and experiment. In addition to fundamental knowledge of Quantum Field Theory, Standard Model (SM), QCD and Monte Carlo methods, the lectures will cover experimental methods for collider searches (especially at the LHC), theories beyond the SM, dark matter models and their experimental prospects.
Reception: at Seagull Hotel, August 31, from 18:00 - 19:00. There will be a welcome drink starting at 19:00.
Lecture hall: Quy Nhon University (15-story Building, 7th floor, room 78; opposite to Seagull hotel), BUT, with 4 exceptions (4/9 afternoon, 5/9 morning, 9/9 morning, 10/9 afternoon will be at the ICISE center).
Excursion: on September 7th, leave from Seagull Hotel at 8:15 to Ky Co island, lunch there, then return from Ky Co at 15:30, and will be back at the hotel around 16:15 (depending on traffic).
Internet connection is available at the lecture halls and at the Seagull hotel.
- 1 February 2016: Regitration open
- 31 May 2016: Regitration close
- 30 June 2016: Participants selected
Applicants: All people (no age limit) interested are welcome to apply for participation in the VSOP-22.
Financial Support: Some financial support will be possible for participants from developing countries, see application form. Priority will be given to master/PhD students and junior researchers from the Asia-Pacific region. Very-good bachelor students who have taken some quantum-field-theory courses are encouraged to apply. Those attending the entire scientific program will be given advantage.
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