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Application for US-ATLAS SUPER Program — Short-term research in Summer 2022

US/Eastern
Joseph Haley (Oklahoma State University) , Ketevi Adikle Assamagan (BNL) , Mike Hance (UCSC/SCIPP) , Sarah Demers (Yale U.) , Verena Martinez Outschoorn (University of Massachusetts (US))
Description

The ATLAS Experiment is a worldwide effort with over 3000 physicists and engineers - with a strong participation from 45 US universities and national labs (US-ATLAS) - at the CERN international laboratory located in Geneva, Switzerland. The project aims to improve our understanding of the Universe - its birth, evolution, current state, and future. The research offers a wide range of practical applications and educational opportunities. This event will serve as an informal introduction to ATLAS research and discuss US-ATLAS programs that new students and university groups can get involved in.

Students with a minimum of 3 year university education may apply for 8-week summer research program a US-ATLAS institute. Successful applicants will be eligible for $5000  living expenses and travel coverage. Successful candidates are expected to spend the entire 8 weeks at a US-ATLAS institute for summer research work. If you are interested, mention this in your registration and further details will be communicated to you with regard to the application materials. Under Represented Minorities and students at Minority Serving Institutes are encouraged to apply.

Application deadline: March 1st, 2022 at 11:59pm US Eastern Time.

Prof. Verena Martinez Outschoorn, Prof. Joseph Haley, Prof. Michael Hance
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