The Coordinated Theoretical-Experimental Project on QCD
will organize and conduct the
The school will be locally hosted by
and the Monte Carlo Tutorial Sessions will be organized with the
cooperation of the
QCD and Electroweak Phenomenology
University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
18 - 28 July 2017
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:
|Focused Introductory Reviews:
| Introduction to the Parton Model and Perturbative
| Introduction to Monte Carlo Event Generators
| Deeply Inelastic Scattering
| Higgs Boson Physics
| Vector Bosons / Direct Photons
| Production and Structure of High Energy Jets
| Heavy Quarks
|In-depth Analysis and Phenomenology:|
| Monte Carlo Tutorial
| Higgs at Hadron Colliders
| QCD/EWK/Top/Searches at Hadron Colliders
| PDFs and Global Fits
| Neutrino Physics
| Intensity Frontier
| Electron-Ion Collider and Related Topics
| The Standard Model and Beyond
| Higher-order QCD and EW Calculations and Matching to Parton Showers
Brian Batell, Cindy Cercone, Tao Han, Ken Hatakeyama, Stefan Hoeche, Joey Huston, Cynthia Keppel,
Tom LeCompte, Jorge Morfín, Pavel Nadolsky, Fred Olness, Jeff Owens, Dave Soper, Zack Sullivan, Nikos Varelas
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.
Applications still being considered on a space-available basis.
Review of Applications Begins: 1 March 2017. (Note: Available
financial aid will be distributed beginning 1 March 2017.)
Enrollment will be limited to 80 participants.
A registration fee of US$700 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.
U.S. Department of Energy,
National Science Foundation,
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
Particle physics, Astrophysics, and Cosmology Center (PITT PACC).
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