Jefferson Lab, Newport News, Virginia
Deadline for applications and financial support extended to March 24, 2019.
With support from the United States Department of Energy (DOE) and Jefferson Science Associates (JSA), lectures at the 34th Annual Hampton University Graduate Studies (HUGS) Program at Jefferson Lab are scheduled to run from Tuesday, May 28 to Friday, June 14, 2019. 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 and theoretical nuclear and particle physics graduate students who have finished their coursework and have at least one year of research experience in these fields. Students who are well into a research project are also encouraged to apply. 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, and there will be many opportunities to interact with Jefferson Lab staff, as well as the lecturers, other graduate students and visitors. Acceptance into the program is competitive, and a limited number of scholarships is available. The deadline for scholarship application is extended to March 24, 2019.
Speakers and Topics:
The 2019 school will focus 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 and at the Electron-Ion Collider in the upcoming years, as well as related topics of interest in nuclear and particle physics. Speakers and topics for this year include:
- Introduction to QCD
Carlota Andrés (JLab)
---> Check these references in preparation for the school, and especially:
- Electron-Ion Collider: A New Frontier in Nuclear Science
Markus Diefenthaler (JLab)
- Parton Distribution Functions in the EIC Era
Pavel Nadolsky (Southern Methodist U.)
- 3D/Spin Structure of Nucleons in the 12 GeV/EIC Era
Barbara Pasquini (Pavia Univ./INFN Pavia)
- A. Bacchetta, Transverse Momentum DIstributions (a.k.a."Trento lectures")
- P. Mulders, Transverse momentum dependence in structure functions in hard scattering processes
- M. Diehl, Generalized Parton Distributions, Phys.Rept. 388 (2003) 41
- M Diehl , Lectures on GPDs, Varenna (ITA), 2011
- Lattice QCD - From the 12 Gev to the Exascale/EIC Eras
Martha Constantinou (Temple U.)
- Rajan Gupta, Introduction to Lattice QCD
- Martin Luscher, Advanced lattice QCD
- Huey-Wen Lin and Harvey B. Meyer (Eds.), Lattice QCD for Nuclear Physics
- Jets and Hadronization in a Nuclear Environment
Abhijit Majumder (Wayne State)
- Nuclear Spin Structure and Parity Violation in Electron-Nucleon Scattering
Xiaochao Zheng (UVA)
- Nuclear Structure and Reactions at NSCL and FRIB through the Lens of Astrophysics
Chris Wrede (Michigan State U.)
- Applications of Nuclear Physics
Drew Weisenberger, Cynthia Keppel, A. Hutton, L. Ciovati (JLab)
In addition to the main lectures, the school will offer topical seminars by Jefferson Lab researchers, recitation sessions, and an opportunity for the students to present their research in a short seminar.
Thanks to a grant from the United States Department of Energy, we will be able to offer a limited number of standard HUGS fellowships that will cover lodging at the SURA residence facility, where kitchen facilities are available, and a contribution towards meal expenses. Students interested in this opportunity should note so in the registration page, and address their financial need in the appropriate field.
In addition to these, a JSA/HUGS fellowship for Graduate Students from Developing Countries supported by the JSA Initiatives Fund Program was separately announced and circulated, with deadline on Jan 25th, 2019. Under this fellowship, that supplements the standard one, we will be able to support one or two graduate students from a developing country, fully covering travel expenses (including international airfare), room, board and from 1 to 3 additional week at Jefferson Lab to meet with laboratory researchers and users, and to initiate or strengthen a research collaboration. Applications can be submitted at the above linked webpage.
Physics Careers Workshop:
As part of the HUGS school, but open to all interested graduate students and post-docs from the Jefferson Lab community, we will also organize a mini-workshop on Physics Careers.
The organization of this mini-workshop is in progress, and more detail will be made available later. Information on previous editions can be found in the HUGS archives
To apply to HUGS 2019, please click the application link on the left panel, and arrange for one letter of recommendation (ideally from your Ph.D. advisor) to be separately sent to the address below. Submission received before the deadline will automatically place the student in the standard fellowship competition.
The deadline for application submission is extended to March 24, 2019. Applications will still be accepted for a short time after this date but will not be included in the fellowship competition. Students will be notified by April 5, 2019 of acceptance.
Please forward all queries to
Attn: Mary Fox, Suite 1, MS-12H2
12000 Jefferson Avenue. Newport News, VA 23606
Phone: (757) 269-6263 Fax: (757) 269-7002