N3AS Summer School

2023 Summer School in Santa Cruz: July 15-24, 2023

Applications are now closed

The deadline to apply was June 3, 2023. Decisions will be communicated by email soon.

The N3AS-sponsored Summer School on Multi-Messenger Astrophysics is intended for advanced graduate students and beginning postdoctoral researchers interested in nuclear and particle astrophysics — theory, experiment, or observation.

Poster for 2023 N3AS Summer School

Lecturers & Topics:

Cosmology and the Early Universe

  • Michael Turner, Univ. Chicago and UCLA — The Standard Cosmology
  • Francois Lanusse, CEA Paris-Saclay, CNRS — Deep Learning and Observational Cosmology
  • Garth Illingworth, UC Santa Cruz — JWST: Searching for the First Galaxies

Dark Matter

  • Graciela Gelmini, UCLA — Dark Matter: Theory and Laboratory Phenomenology
  • Ben Safdi, UC Berkeley — Dark Matter in Astrophysics

Neutron Stars, Supernovae, Mergers, and Nucleosynthesis

  • Dany Page, Univ. Nacional Autónoma de México — Neutron Stars: Structure, Evolution and Cooling
  • David Radice, Penn State Univ. — Explosive Astrophysics: Mergers and Supernovae
  • Nicole Vassh, TRIUMF — Nucleosynthesis: Connecting Nuclear Properties and Observations

Multi-Messenger Astrophysics

  • Glennys Farrar, New York Univ — UHE Cosmic Rays and Multi-Messenger Astrophysics
  • Joshua Smith, CalState Fullerton — Gravitational Wave Astronomy
  • Susanne Mertens, Tech. Univ. Munich — Neutrino Properties: Masses and Mixing
  • George Fuller, UC San Diego — Neutrino Astrophysics

2022 Session: Speakers and lecture slides

2022 Summer School archive

Sponsored By

Logos: N3AS, NSF, Heising-Simons Foundation, UC Santa Cruz