Experimental High Energy Physics Department (EHEPD) at National Centre for Physics (NCP), Islamabad is organizing 10th School on LHC Physics from August 16 - 20, 2021. Due to Covid-19 the participation of sthe School will be virtual. The objective of the School is to provide a platform to young students and researchers to interact with the leading experts of the field. The School lectures will focus on both the theoretical and experimental aspects of high energy physics targeting, accelerator and detector physics, and statistics and machine learning tools used to analyse the physics data.
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has already delivered a tremendous amount of data with a proton-proton collisions at center-of-mass energies of 7, 8 and 13 TeV and an excellent performance of the ATLAS, CMS, LHCb and ALICE experiments have allowed an extraordinary precision calculations and modeling of various physical processes at hadron colliders. The LHC results using 150 fb-1 of data have so far confirmed the validity of the Standard Model (SM) of particle physics up to unprecedented energy scales and with great precision in the sectors of strong and electroweak interactions as well as flavour physics. Physicists are now eyeing towards the High Luminosity LHC which will deliver around 3000 fb-1 to probe the SM with even greater precision.
|Hafeez R. Hoorani (NCP, Pakistan)||Ashfaq Ahmad (NCP, Pakistan)|
|Luca Malgeri||CERN, Switzerland||Introduction to CMS Experiment|
|Albert De Roeck||CERN, Switzerland||Neutrino Physics|
|Frank Hartmann||KIT, Germany||Silicon Detector|
|Juliette Alimena||CERN, Switzerland||Exotic Physics|
|Rujula De Alvaro||CERN and Boston University||Standard Model|
|Abideh Jafari||DESY, Germany||Top Physics|
|Marcello Abbrescia||BARI, Italy||Gaseous Detectors|
|John Ellis||CERN, Switzerland||Standard Model and its Current Status|
|Hafeez R. Hoorani||NCP, Pakistan|
|Bilal Masood||CHEP, Pakistan|
|Ashfaq Ahmad||NCP, Pakistan|
|Faisal Akram||CHEP, Pakistan|
|Rashid Ahmed||KUST, Pakistan|
|Muhammad Irfan Asghar (NCP, Pakistan)||Muhammad Ahmad (NCP, Pakistan)|
|Saleh Mohammad (NCP, Pakistan)||Wajid Ali Khan (NCP, Pakistan)|
|Rabia Rasheed (NCP, Pakistan)||Naveed Imran (NCP, Pakistan)|
The School will be of interest to graduate and post-graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, faculty members and research scientists, who are already working or intend to work in the field of particle physics may apply. By the start of the School, applicants must have completed at least 3 or 4 years of full-time studies at the university level. There is no registration or participation fee for the school. Good knowledge of English is required. However, due to unusual circumstances (COVID-19), the whole activity will be virtual. The participents are expected to have realiable and stable internet connection for the active participation in school.
Online application form can be accessed here. Deadline for the registration is July 30th, 2021. The selected participants will be notified by an email from the organizing committee once the selection procedure is completed.
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The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (AS-ICTP), Trieste, Italy
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