21 January - 15 March 2019, Archamps, France
The school offers an intensive programme taught by experts in the field.
Applications are welcome from 2nd year Master and PhD students as well as professionals.
ESIPAP, the European School of Instrumentation for Particle and Astroparticle Physics, was launched in 2014 at the initiative of ENIGMASS (a federative structure comprising the University of Grenoble-Alpes and four academic research facilities: LPSC, LAPP, LAPTH and LSM).
ESIPAP comprises two month-long courses which can be followed consecutively or over two years.
The school is selective : only 16 places are available.
Course 1 (21 Jan. - 15 Feb.) : Physics of Particle and Astroparticle Detectors - a 4 week course
Course 2 (18 Feb. - 15 March) : Technologies and Applications - 4 separate modules
Module 1 - Detector Technologies & Electronics
Module 2 - Real Time Computing & Data Handling
Module 3 - Mechanics & Medical Applications
Module 4 - Offline Computing
CERN and LPSC Grenoble organise and hosts practical courses in the form of « lab sessions ».
Both modules are concluded by an evaluation which enables students to gain ECTS credits recognised by the European partner universities.
ESIPAP Director :
Prof Johann Collot (Université Grenoble-Alpes / ESI)
ESIPAP Logistics & Administration :
e-mail enquiries : Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org