SBF-APS São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Experimental Neutrino Physics

The SBF-APS São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Experimental Neutrino Physics (SBF-APS SP - SASEN) proposes to disseminates information and methods in the area, especially to young students and researchers interested in neutrino physics. It will present a general view on key topics with the aid of renowned specialists.

There will be seven main topics:

  • Neutrino oscillation phenomenology
  • Long baseline neutrino experiments
  • Short baseline neutrino experiments
  • Sterile neutrinos
  • Supernova neutrinos
  • Neutrino mass measurements
  • Experimental techniques for neutrino detection

There will also be offered hands on activities in which discussion on new technologies will be stimulated. Participants will also be able to present their works in the form of posters during the school. A visit to the Brazilian Synchroton Light Laboratory (LNLS) is also planned.


Important information


If you are interested in attending this event, read carefully the following instructions:

  • Applications are closed
  • July 20th 2018 to October 5th 2018 – Applications
  • October 12th 2018 – Announcement of accepted applicants
  • The official language of the SBF-APS SP-SASEN is English
  • Applicants receiving FAPESP scholarships during the SBF-APS SP-SASEN are not eligible to receive financial support from the school
  • PhD students and postdoctoral fellows from all countries are encouraged to apply. Undergraduate and master students will also be accepted
  • For the selected applicants the SBF-APS SP-SASEN will cover: air tickets, accommodation, food expenses and local transportation during the course. Attention: passport, visa and health insurance expenses will not be covered
  • For a complete list of documents required for the application, please check the application page