The Coordinated Theoretical-Experimental Project on QCD
will organize and conduct the
The school will be locally hosted by
The school will also include "hands-on" Monte Carlo tutorial sessions.
QCD, Electroweak Phenomenology,
and Monte Carlo Generators
6 - 16 July 2016
References in preparation for the School
can be found on the CTEQ Pedagogical Page
The School is ideally suited for advanced graduate students and
Topics to be covered:
- Introductions to QCD and electroweak theory
- Introduction to Monte Carlo generators
- Parton densities: introduction and tutorial
- Monte Carlo tutorials
- Matching and merging higher orders
- W, Z and Higgs production at the LHC
- Heavy quarks
- Jet physics
- BSM searches at the LHC
- Dark matter and Astroparticle physics
- Future colliders
Markus Diehl, Judith Katzy, Katerina Lipka, Sven-Olaf Moch,
Stefan Gieseke, David Grellscheid, Stefan Hoeche, Frank Krauss,
Peter Richardson, Mike Seymour,
Ed Berger, Joey Huston, Karol Kovarik, Tom LeCompte, Jorge Morfin, Frank Petriello,
Fred Olness, Pavel Nadolsky, Zack Sullivan, Dave Soper, Nikos Varelas, Werner Vogelsang.
To apply for the School please fill out the online
The online form will collect your basic contact information, a SHORT
statement of current research (just a few sentences), and allow you to
upload an (optional) "Curriculum Vitae & Publications" document. It
will also send an email request for a letter of reference to someone
you specify. All materials are collected online via the
AcademicJobsOnline website; do not send hard-copies of any materials.
The deadline for applications has passed.
Enrollment will be limited to 80 participants.
A registration fee of 690 euros (estimated) covers the participant's portion of lodging
as well as most meals. A limited number of fellowships covering all
or part of the registration fee will be available.
EMAIL: For questions, you may contact:
Do not send applications to this email -- all application material
is collected online.
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory,
National Science Foundation,
U.S. Department of Energy,
MCnet is a European Union-funded Marie Curie Initial Training Network.
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