28th Annual Hampton University Graduate Studies Program (HUGS)
28th Annual Hampton University Graduate Studies Program
Deadline for Fellowship consideration is April 2, 2013.
Jefferson Lab, Newport News, Virginia
May 28 - June 14, 2013
With support from the United States Department of Energy (DOE), the 28th Annual Hampton University Graduate Studies (HUGS) summer school is scheduled to run from May 28 through June 14, 2013 at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab) in Newport News, VA. Students will arrive on Monday, May 27 and depart on Saturday, June 15.
The HUGS Program at Jefferson Lab is a summer school designed for experimental or theoretical nuclear/particle physics graduate students who have finished their coursework and have at least one year of research experience. Students who are well into a research project are encouraged to apply as well. Acceptance into the program is competitive. The 2013 school will focus primarily on experimental and theoretical topics of high current interest in strong interaction physics. In particular, students will receive excellent insight into the physics to be studied at Jefferson Lab in the upcoming years, as well as related topics of interest in nuclear and particle physics.
Speakers and Topics:
Nuclear Structure and Reactions
Brad Sherrill (Michigan State U.)
Form Factors with Electrons and Positrons
Michael Kohl (Hampton U. & Jefferson Lab)
Introduction to Statistics
Elton Smith(Jefferson Lab)
Applications of Light-Front Dynamics in Hadron Physics
Chueng Ji (North Carolina State U.)
Perturbative QCD and Transverse Momentum Dependence in Hadronic Collisions
Ted Rogers (Stony Brook U.)
The Standard Model and the Higgs Boson
Marcela Carena (Fermilab)
During the HUGS program at Jefferson Lab, students will attend all lectures and seminars offered. The program is simultaneously intensive, friendly, and casual. All lecturers are internationally renowned and leaders in their fields. The students will be housed on site at Jefferson Lab. There will be many opportunities to interact with Jefferson Lab staff, as well as the lecturers, other graduate students and visitors.
Funding limitations require us to restrict the number of fellowships that will be awarded. Each fellowship will cover tuition, fees, room and board. In exceptional cases, we will be able to provide reimbursement of most, if not all, of the student's domestic, second-class round-trip airfare or mileage, whichever is less. (Foreign students' transportation reimbursement will be limited to travel to and from the point of entry into the United States.) Students will need to supply funds for incidentals, extra meals, etc.
To apply to HUGS 2013 at Jefferson Lab summer school, please submit to the address below a completed application, a letter of request for consideration of acceptance into the program, and one letter of recommendation (ideally from your Ph.D. advisor). Submission as such will automatically place the student in the fellowship competition. The deadline for application submittal is April 2, 2013.
Applications will still be accepted after this date but fellowships will only be awarded to students submitting applications by the April 2nd deadline. All students will be notified by April 30, 2013 of acceptance.
Forward all queries to:
Attn: Tanya-Gaye Stewart
12000 Jefferson Avenue
Newport News, VA 23606