Beam generation and machine protection issues will also be addressed.
Students will have the opportunity to work on realistic case studies throughout
CHIPP, the Swiss Institute of Particle Physics, is an association uniting researchers active in particle, astroparticle and nuclear physics in Switzerland. The objectives of CHIPP are to coordinate and strengthen the Swiss participation in international projects and committees, coordinate research and teaching activities in Switzerland, and promote public awareness of the field.
This is achieved by keeping a continuous dialogue between the particle physicists of different cantonal universities and federal institutes. CHIPP is recognized as the representative of Swiss particle physics both nationally and internationally. It awards yearly a Prize to a PhD student, supports workshops and conferences, organises PhD schools, and develops outreach projects.
c/o Prof. Dr. Tatsuya Nakada
EPFL SB IPHYS LPHE3
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Rte de la Sorge
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CHIPP Executive Board