ANU Nuclei in the Cosmos School
The ANU Nuclei in the Cosmos School is for graduate-level research students in astronomy and astrophysics, physics and earth sciences who will be attending the XII International Symposium on Nuclei in the Cosmos, being held at the Cairns Convection Centre from the 5th-10th of August 2012. The Nuclei in the Cosmos symposium series is the most important international meeting in the field of nuclear astrophysics.
The School will be held at the Australian National University from the 30th of July till the 3rd of August 2012, the week immediately preceding the main conference. Lectures will be held both on the main ANU campus and at Mount Stromlo Observatory. Lectures will cover a broad range of topics in nuclear astrophysics and will be presented by internationally renowned experts in the field including Nobel Prize winner Brian Schmidt.
The number of participants will be limited to 45. There are still a small number of places available. Please contact the organisers if you are interested in attending!