2021 JENNIFER2 Summer School

The 2021 JENNIFER2 Summer School will introduce undergraduate and beginning-graduate physics students to particle-physics research performed at the KEK laboratory in Japan, focusing on the research of the Belle II and T2K collaborations. The school will take place on 19-27 July, 2021, via remote participation.

The school lectures will focus on theoretical and experimental heavy-flavour and neutrino physics, accelerator and detector physics, and statistics and machine learning. Hands-on (remote) activities will include analysis of electron-positron collision data collected by the Belle II experiment, as well as construction of a drift-chamber particle detector and analysis of its performance. Students will also participate in virtual tours of experimental facilities at KEK. Activities will take place approximately from 8:30 to 15:00 in the central European time zone.


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