Third Joint Helmholtz-Rosatom School - 2013

Date

October 6-13, 2013

Topic

In the joint Helmholtz-Rosatom School participants of HGS-HIRe and fellows of the FAIR Russia Research Centre in Moscow will come together to discuss and learn about various aspects of the new FAIR accelerator complex.

The topics cover all parts of the FAIR project: The accelerators, the experiments, the theories and the computing frameworks behind. In a series of expert lectures and group projects the different scientific parts will be elaborated. There will be plenty of time to get to know other international students working on FAIR related projects.
The format of the school is similar to HGS-HIRe Lecture Weeks with senior lecturers in the morning, student activities in the afternoon and discussions/group work in the evenings.

Practical Information

Begin/End

The scientific part will start on Sunday evening and will close on Saturday evening.

Venue

Crete, Greece

Travel

Travel of the german students is organized centrally by HGS-HIRe.

Accomodation

Accomodation is mostly in two bed rooms.

Food

Vegetarian food is available for every meal. Full board is included.

What to bring

Clothing The school will be very informal, so only casual attire necessary.
Linen/towel Linen and towels will be provided.

Internet

Wireless internet access is available. Please bring your own laptop.

Expenses

All basic expenses are covered by HGS-HIRe via the NUSTAR grant of BMBF. You only have to pay for local expenses (drinks, etc.). All meals are included.

Insurance

Though this trip will not generate any costs for your supervisor or group please do not forget to file a trip request so you are covered by insurance during the school. Please ask the secretary of your working group for the appropriate form.

HGS-HIRe Participants

  1. Mohammed Almalki
  2. Tugba Arici
  3. Stephan Endres
  4. Martin Galuska
  5. Tobias Gassner
  6. Pradeep Ghosh
  7. Angel Gibechev
  8. Szymon Harabasz
  9. Dirk Hutter
  10. Oleksandr Kovalenko
  11. Marco Wiesel
  12. Victoria Zinyuk
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