The 2023 National Nuclear Physics Summer School (NNPSS) will be held from 10 July through 21 July, at the University of California, Riverside.
The summer school is open to graduate students and postdocs within a few years of their Ph.D. (on either side). Lecturers (listed below) will provide pedagogical reviews and discuss future prospects covering the full range of topics in experimental and theoretical nuclear physics (topics listed below). Nobel Laureate Barry Barish will deliver a special lecture on LIGO with an emphasis on neutron stars and meet with the participants.
The school will consist of ten days of lectures, special topics seminars and discussions, excursions to Huntington Beach State Park and the Loma Linda Proton Therapy Treatment & Research Center, and several social activities. The school provides an excellent opportunity for junior researchers to acquire a broad perspective on current and future research in nuclear physics, and to network with other researchers.
Additional information is available through the INT website: http://www.int.
The school will arrange and cover the expenses for lodging and meals for those individuals who are accepted.
Directions to get to UCR: https://transportation.ucr.edu/directions-to-ucr
The school participants should adhere to the APS Code of Conduct https://www.aps.org/meetings/policies/code-conduct.cfm
Inquiries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The school is being organized by Ken Barish and Miguel Arratia (co-chairs).
Hot QCD matter
Nuclear Fusion at NIF
Neutron Decay and EDMs
Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay
Topic: Lattice QCD
Topic: Superheavy elements
Topic: The Electron-Ion Collider
Topic: Nucleon tomography at JLab
Topic: QCD and EFT
Topic: Nuclear structure at FRIB
Topic: Cold QCD
Topic: Neutron star insights from LIGO
Topic: AI/ML for Nuclear Physics
Topic: Neutrino physics, neutrinoless-double beta decay
Topic: hot QCD
Topic: Burning plasma in inertial fusion
Topic: Isotope harvesting at FRIB for studies at NIF
Topic: Neutron stars
Topic: Nuclear Astrophysics