The 6ᵗʰ Egyptian School of High Energy Physics

December 3-8, 2016 at The British University in Egypt (BUE)


Introduction

The Egyptian school of high energy physics was started for the first time on 27/5/2009.

BUE contributed in the previous schools organizations with several facilities and financial supports.

This series of schools of high energy physics have been organized under the auspices of Academy of Scientific Research and Technology (ASRT, Egypt), French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), The Italian National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN).

Goals of the school

The goal of this series of schools is to give extensive courses on the basic topics of theoretical, computational and experimental particle physics for the Egyptian as well as regional graduate students.

The prospective outcome of the school is to establish qualified members capable to join the Egyptian national project related to CMS experiment of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN.

Topics of the school lectures       

1. Introduction to Particle Physics and Standard Model
2. Latest Results of LHC Experiments
3. Cosmology & Astroparticle Physics
4. Beyond the Standard Model at LHC
5. Grid Computing
6. Computation and Analysis Tools
7. CMS Muon System Upgrade (RPC, GEM).

EEPN2 (school indico page)

Sponsors       

Poster

Scientific Programme

The first day lectures will be held in the auditorium
From To   Speaker          Title
8:30 9:30            Registration
9:30 10:30            Opening Session
10:30 11:00 A. Mohamed ENHEP Activities
11:00 11:30           coffee break
11:30 12:30 Hany Helal Sesame
12:30 1:30             Lunch
1:30 2:30 L. Dobrzynski CERN - A Gateway to Science and Technology
2:30 3:30 G. Iaselli HEP technologies and transfer to industry
3:30 4:00           Discussion Session
4:00 5:30 Y. Abdella Introduction to C++
The second day lectures will be held in the Welfare Room (building C)
From To   Speaker          Title
9:00 10:00 A. De Roeck Introduction to Particle Physics
10:00 10:30           coffee break
10:30 11:30 A. De Roeck Introduction to Particle Physics
11:30 12:30 N. De Filippis SM Probing in LHC
12:30 1:30             Lunch
1:30 2:30 L. Dobrzynski Instrumentation in HEP
2:30 3:00           Discussion Session
3:00 3:30           coffee break
3:30 4:00           Student Presentations
4:00 5:30 M. Attia Introduction to Data Analysis
The third day lectures will be held in the Welfare Room (building C)
From To   Speaker          Title
9:00 10:00 P. Hennion Grid & Cloud Technology
10:00 10:30           coffee break
10:30 11:30 A. De Roeck BSM Overview
11:30 12:30 S. Elgammal Search for heavy resonances
12:30 1:30           Lunch
1:30 2:30           FP7 Workshop
2:30 3:30           FP7 Workshop
3:30 4:00           Student Presentations
4:00 5:30 Y. Assran Introduction to Data Analysis
The fourth day lectures will be held in the Welfare Room (building C)
From To   Speaker          Title
9:00 10:00 P. Hennion Grid & Cloud Technology
10:00 10:30           coffee break
10:30 11:30 N. De Filippis Dark Matter
11:30 12:30 M. Gallinaro BSM Searches
12:30 1:30             Lunch
1:30 2:30 L. Dobrzynski Instrumentation in HEP
2:30 3:00           Discussion Session
3:00 3:30           coffee break
3:30 4:00           Student Presentations
4:00 5:30 M. Attia Introduction to Data Analysis
The fifth day lectures will be held in the Welfare Room (building C)
From To   Speaker          Title
9:00 10:00 A. Awad Gravitation & Cosmology I
10:00 10:30           coffee break
10:30 11:30 A. El-zant Physical Cosmology I
11:30 12:30 Y. Assran Gas Detectors (RPC)
12:30 1:30             Lunch
1:30 2:30 M. Gallinaro BSM Searches
2:30 3:00           Discussion Session
3:00 3:30           coffee break
3:30 4:00           Student Presentations
4:00 5:30 S. Elgammal Introduction to Data Analysis
The sixth day lectures will be held in the Welfare Room (building C)
From To   Speaker          Title
9:00 10:00 A. Awad Gravitation & Cosmology II
10:00 10:30           coffee break
10:30 11:30 A. El-zant Physical Cosmology II
11:30 12:30 Y. Assran Gas Detectors (GEM)
12:30 1:30             Lunch
1:30 2:30 ENHEP members only ENHEP Meeting
2:30 3:00           Discussion Session
3:00 3:30           coffee break
3:30 4:00           Student Presentations
4:00 4:30           School Committee Meeting
4:30 5:30           Closing Session and Student Prizes

Scientific Timetable

Registration is Closed

Group photo

 



Facilities & Transportation

A fleet of air-conditioned Mercedes buses is available to transport students to and from the campus from different areas in Cairo.

Three buses will be available to transport the students and Participants to three common points. One bus will be specialized for the foreigner speakers.

BUE has several wireless network hotspots through the campus. The internet connection speed is 20Mb.

Several Computer labs are available and accessible during University working hours, and IT staff members are always present to assist who need help with the computer.During the school training sessions two or three computer labs will be available.

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BUE Address

El Sherouk City , Suez Desert Road , Cairo 11837 - P.O. Box 43.
P: 19283 , +202 26890000 , +202 26300013 / 14 / 15 / 16 / 17 / 18
Website
www.bue.edu.eg

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