Starts 10 Jun 2019
Ends 21 Jun 2019
Central European Time
Budinich Lecture Hall (LB)
Strada Costiera, 11 I - 34151 Trieste (Italy)
The goal of the school is to give a detailed overview of particle physics from the basics of Standard Model phenomenology to the most important areas where significant progress has been achieved recently. This year the school will cover both the energy and the intensity frontiers, including lectures on techniques for small scale experiments and on theoretical developments in high energy theory.


  • Standard Model and Flavor - Yuval Grossman (Cornell U.)
  • Neutrino - André Luiz De Gouvêa (Northwestern U.)
  • Collider Physics - Matthew Schwartz (Harvard U.)
  • Beyond the Standard Model - Matthew Philip McCullough (CERN)
  • Dark Matter - Tracy Slatyer (MIT)
  • Formal Developments in HEP - Matthew Reece (Harvard U.)
  • Fundamental Physics from The Precision Frontier - Robert Lasenby (Stanford U.)

NOTEThe deadline for requesting funding was 15 March 2019.  Should you still wish to request participantion without funding (and don't need a Visa to enter Italy, please acces the online application system ("Apply here" on the left hand side of this page) and submit your request by 5 May 2019.

There is no registration fee for this activity.
**DEADLINE: 15/03/2019**


Markus A. Luty (UC Davis), Andrea Romanino (SISSA), Géraldine Servant (DESY Hamburg), Local Organiser: Giovanni Villadoro