SA-JINR Summer School 2022 Opportunity

SA-JINR Summer School 2022 Opportunity

Welcome to the SA-JINR Summer School 2022. Registration Deadline 8 December 2021.

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Students at the School are exposed to lectures on a variety of topics and to hands-on activities (experiments, data analysis, coding).

The School topics include, amongst others, basic nuclear physics, radiation safety, research skills, radiation interaction with matter, accelerator physics, introduction to materials science, introduction to Python coding, nuclear spectroscopy, big data, introduction to particle physics, introduction to electronics and signal processing, introduction to radiation transport simulations.

The lecturers are leaders in their respective fields and are affiliated with South African universities and the JINR (Dubna, Russia).

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HOW TO APPLY

If selected, the below student agrees to participate for the full period of the SA-JINR Summer School from 10-21 January 2022.

In addition, the below student commits to the timely submission of any reports required by the school

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