Yale’s Wright Lab has been chosen by the Institute for Nuclear Theory to host the 2018 National Nuclear Physics Summer School at Yale, to be held from June 17-30, 2018.
The program is aimed at graduate students and postdocs who are seeking to explore recent and future directions in the field. Experts from across the nation will deliver in-depth lectures from both theory and experimental perspectives, special topical seminars, and hands-on tutorials. Participants will also each present a poster and tour Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Topics for the 2018 school include:
- Hadron Structure
- Heavy Ion Physics
- Nuclear Structure
- Nuclear Astrophysics
- Neutrons and Fundamental Symmetries
Visit wlab.yale.edu/nnpss2018 for more information, including a link to the application form.