Neutrino Summer School

13th International Neutrino Summer School 2021, INSS 2021

Virtual School, CERN, August 2 to August 13, 2021

For more than ten years, the International Neutrino Summer School has convened at locations around the world to provide training for the next generation of neutrino physicists in both theory and experiment. Aimed at PhD students and young postdocs, it offers a broad program of lectures and other scientific activities, led by some of the best teachers and researchers in the field.  The two-week course will consist of lectures on neutrino oscillations, terrestrial and astrophysical neutrino sources, neutrino interactions and detection techniques, and the role of neutrinos in astrophysics and cosmology, among others.
Students will apply their knowledge in group projects culminating in short presentations. The rich physics program will be complemented by a virtual workspace to allow for social interactions and collaboration between students and lecturers, as well as virtual visits to CERN experiments and facilities.

Applications are now open until June 30, 2021.

The school’s web page (including the application form) can be found here,

while the poster advertising the event is located at

The local organizers:
Albert De Roeck, Joachim Kopp, Claire Lee, and Bibhushan Shakya

Please email Joachim Kopp if you have any questions.

Links to previous school webpages

Year Location Date Link
2019 Fermilab, USA
    Aug 5-16
2018 Mainz, Germany
    May 21-June 01
2017 Batavia, IL, USA
    August 7-18
2016 Quy Nhon, Vietnam
    July 17-29
2015 Sao Paulo, Brazil August 17-28
2014 St Andrews, Scotland August 10-22
2013 Beijing, China August 6-16
2012 Blacksburg, Virginia, USA July 10 – 21
2011 Geneva, Switzerland July 18-30
2010 Yokohama / Tokai, Japan August 23-31
2009 Fermilab, Illinois, USA July 7-17
2007 Fermilab, Illinois, USA July 2-13