Welcome to CSSP23 - Carpathian Summer School of Physics!
The Carpathian Summer School of Physics 2023, the 30th edition of this school, is scheduled to take place again in Sinaia, from July 2nd (arrival day) to July 15th (departure day), 2023.
Given the improved conditions from the pandemic of recent years and the need to re-create the opportunities for in-person communication for all in our field, we will once again have this Carpathian school in-person.
The title and topics are being retained from recent past schools: "Exotic Nuclei and Nuclear/Particle Astrophysics. Physics with small accelerators”. The school is part of the ENNAS (European Network of Nuclear Astrophysics Schools) and is recognized by the Division of Nuclear Physics of EPS. It is also supported by the European Horizon 2020 project ChETEC-INFRA (Chemical Elements as Tracers of the Evolution of the Cosmos - INFRAstructures for Nuclear Astrophysics), a European starting community of 32 partner institutions,
The same format from recent schools will be maintained: a combination of school-like and conference presentations, with 1-2 hour-long invited lectures by senior scientists/professors and 20 minute short student communications. The school is aimed at graduate students, post-docs and young or established researchers. Students from all countries are invited to attend.
A limited number of stipends to cover the local expenses for students will be available. For more information, please check the "Fellowships" page or the latest circular available for download below.
Topics include, but are not restricted to:
- Exotic nuclei/Nuclear physics with RIBs
- Nuclear physics for astrophysics
- Stellar evolution. Compact stars and supernovae
- Astroparticle physics
- Multi-messenger astrophysics
- Nuclear physics with lasers
- Nuclear astrophysics with small accelerators
- Accelerators for medical treatments, radioisotope production and industrial applications