Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden
The traditional Nordita summer school in physics for students from the Nordic and Baltic countries aims at introducing frontier areas of physics research by world top scientists at a level understandable for master's and undergraduate students, and also to stimulate further studies. The lectures will be accompanied by exercises in groups and discussion sessions.
The master class starts on the evening of 10th of August, Saturday with a simple dinner. We start in earnest from Sunday 11th of August and finish the regular lectures on 15th of August, Thursday. The morning of 16th is occupied by four special seminars on modern topics in theoretical physics. The master class ends after lunch on 16th.
There will be two principal lecturers each giving a two-hour lecture in the morning. In the afternoon there will be one talk on current topics on the subject. There will also be tutorial sessions during afternoon.
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Lecturers and Topics
- Marek Abramowicz (University of Gothenburg)
- Tomas Bohr (DTU)
- Emil Bjerrum-Bohr (Niels Bohr Institute)
High Energy Physics
- Vladimir Juricic (Nordita)
Condensed Matter Physics
- Cole Miller (University of Maryland)
Who may apply?
(Students outside the Nordic and Baltic countries may also apply although financial support is available for only Nordic and Baltic students.) This master class is not open to Ph.D students. We particularly encourage female students to apply.
- be a master's or undergraduate student,
- study in the Nordic or Baltic region,
- have a background of three or more years of university studies in physics/mathematics, or corresponding studies at a technical university.
How to apply:
An application to the Nordita Master Class goes in two steps:
- Fill in the form
in the menu to the left
- Send your CV and a one-page cover letter stating why you want to attend the school as attachments to a mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Documents should be sent in pdf format.
Note that both steps must be completed by 1 July 2019.
Notifications of acceptance/rejection will be sent from Nordita within
a week after the application deadline.
How much does it cost?
The selected students (about 35) will participate free of charge. This includes traveling to and from Nordita, Stockholm (cheapest tickets), and housing in Stockholm.