13-24 June 2017
Arenzano (GE)
Europe/Rome timezone

The main lectures will address all important aspects of neutrino physics and their role in Astrophysics and Cosmology. Besides, several seminars will cover side topics of scientific relevance.

Following standard ISAPP school format, the main lectures (1.5 hours including discussion) will be enriched with exercise and work-on sessions under the guidance of the teachers. Afternoon sessions will also be devoted to discussions to stimulate the interaction among students and teachers.

The school will be devoted to experimentalists, but we believe it could be useful also for theoreticians and phenomenologists who wish to have an up-to-date overview of the available data and a report about running or forthcoming experiments.

Students are encouraged to bring posters showing their own research work, which will be presented and discussed in dedicated poster sessions.