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TALENT 2020 Special edition
The TALENT initiative, Training in Advanced Low Energy Nuclear Theory, aims at providing advanced and comprehensive training to graduate students and young researchers in all aspects of low-energy nuclear theory. TALENT offers intensive three-week courses on a rotating set of topics. General information on TALENT and past courses can be found at http://www.nucleartalent.org.
- Daniel Bazin (MSU/NSCL/FRIB),
- Morten Hjorth-Jensen (MSU/NSCL/FRIB),
- Michelle Kuchera (Davidson College),
- Sean Liddick (MSU/NSCL/FRIB), and
- Raghuram Ramanujan (Davidson College).
Admission and Application
The students are expected to have operating programming skills in an interpreted language like Python or compiled languages like C/C++ and/or Fortran as well as knowledge of nuclear physics and quantum mechanics at an intermediate level.
The target group is Master of Science students, PhD students and early post-doctoral fellows. Also senior staff can attend but they have to be self-supported. The maximum number of students is 25-30, of which only at most 15-20 can receive full local support. The process of selections of the students will be managed in agreement with the ECT*.
Application for the ECT* TALENT School should be made electronically through the webform.
It should include:
- Curriculum vitae
- Description of academic and scientific achievements
- Short letter expressing the applicant's personal motivation for attending the course
ECT* Staff Contact: Barbara Gazzoli