The 2011 CERN – Latin-American School of High-Energy Physics
Natal, Brazil | 23 March - 5 April 2011

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About the 2011 School

Scientific Programme

Timetable and Slides

Practical Information: accommodation, travel arrangements, cost

How to Apply:
conditions for participation and application procedure

Enquiries and Correspondence

CLASHEP2011 poster


Members of Committees

Previous Schools

European Schools of High-Energy Physics

Scientific Programme


There will be around 32 lectures in all, each lasting about 75 minutes, with additional time for questions and discussion. A draft timetable can be found here. The scientific programme is as follows:

Field Theory and the Electro-Weak Standard Model
L. Alvarez-Gaume, CERN

G. Zanderighi, Oxford, UK

Flavour Physics and CP violation
A. Pich, IFIC, Valencia, Spain

Neutrino Physics
I. Gil-Botella, CIEMAT, Spain

Beyond the Standard Model
G. Dvali, CERN, Munich, Germany, and NYU, USA

Heavy-Ion Physics
J. Takahashi, UNICAMP, Brazil

LHC and Tevatron Results
J. Alcaraz, CIEMAT, Spain

Instrumentation (including Trigger/DAQ)
W. Riegler, CERN

Practical Statistics for Particle Physicists
G. Cowan, RHUL, UK

L. Verde, ICREA & ICC, Barcelona, Spain

Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays
L. Anchordoqui, Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA

Particle Astrophysics (including dark matter)
N. Weiner, NYU, USA

Discussion Sessions

There will be discussion sessions, lasting about 75 minutes, most afternoons during the School. Students remain in the same discussion group for the duration of the School. The discussion leaders will be:

E. S. Fraga, UFRJ, Brazil
A. Gago-Medina, PUC, Peru
J. Magnin, CBPF, Brazil
P. Mercadante, UFABC, Brazil
J. Swain, Northeastern U., USA

Poster Session

The students are encouraged to present and discuss their work at a poster session during the first week of the School.



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