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NuSTEC School Spreads Understanding of Neutrino Interaction Physics

The first NuSTEC School was held at Fermilab from October 21st through 29th, 2014. This event was sponsored by Virginia Tech's Center for Neutrino Physics and co-chaired by CNP's Prof. Camillo Mariani. NuSTEC, which stands for Neutrino Scattering Theory Experiment Collaboration, hosts school which is intended to be an annual event. The NuSTEC School is for PhD students and postdocs who are interetsed in the the theoretical and experimental aspects of neutrino scattering. In all 85 students attended lectures and recitations intended to develop a theoretical background on the physics of electroweak interactions with nucleons and nuclei. The program included 33 hours of lectures and 12 hours of evening recitations encouraging questions and discussion on all of the day's lectures. It should allow the participants to understand recent developments and to contribute to this field, which has become very important for the future of neutrino physics.

NuSTEC School Participants

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