N.B. Given the present world-wide public health situation, we are obliged to adapt ESIPAP 2021 to a remote teaching format but we do not intend to compromise on academic standards. The rhythm and content of the lecture courses and tutorials will be adjusted and class sizes limited appropriately. While there can be no true substitute for in-person visits and practicals, we will work with the host laboratories to provide remote versions of the tours and lab sessions.
18 January - 12 March 2021
Recruitment to ESIPAP is selective : only 32 places are available (but 16 for labs and exams). Applications are welcome from Master students, PhD candidates and early-career professionals.
The school comprises 2 back-to-back 4-week courses which can be followed consecutively or over two years.
Course 1 (18 Jan - 12 Feb) : Physics of Particle and Astroparticle Detectors
1 four-week course
Course 2 (15 Feb - 12 March) : Advanced lectures & Applications
4 separate one-week modules
Module 1 - Advanced lectures on Detectors
Module 2 - Data Handling & Offline Computing
Module 3 - Advanced courses & Labs
Module 4 - Medical Applications
Each course includes examinations which allow students from collaborating universities to earn ECTS credits attributed by their home institution.