11-15 May 2020
remotely via zoom
Europe/London timezone

Invited theorists and experimentalists will explain the hands-on reality of designing and running detectors and accelerators, computing, machine learning, Monte-Carlo and simulation, trigger and data acquisition, and practical statistics. Several of these topics are complemented by tutorials. This course is aimed at 1st year PhD students.

The original agenda also included a tutorial part for some of the lectures. As this part is more difficult to run online, this part of the lecture series is now postponed to autumn, when the current restrictions are loosened.

If you are interested in the recordings of the talks, the password can be found in the 8:59 slot of each day.

The talks will be broadcast by Zoom - https://ukri.zoom.us/j/94530110165

If you want to listen to the recording, you will need the password which is posted in the 8:59 slot of each of the days.

Please let us know if you are participating by filling in this form. Everyone is welcome.

 

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Europe/London
remotely via zoom
https://ukri.zoom.us/j/94530110165
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