RENCONTRES DU VIETNAM -- INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, HANOI
X-th VIETNAM SCHOOL OF PHYSICS
Hue, 29 December 2003 - 9 January 2004
The RENCONTRES DU VIETNAM, the INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, NCST, Hanoi, and HUE UNIVERSITY are organizing the "Tenth Vietnam School of Physics" from 29 December 2003 to 9 January 2004. The School will be held in Hue and will be devoted to the study of
QUANTUM FIELD THEORY AND APPLICATIONS TO CONDENSED MATTER
AND PARTICLE PHYSICS
The Vietnam School of Physics is part of a series of high level international scientific meetings which have been held, since 1993, in various cities of Vietnam. These meetings cover such topics as Particle and Nuclear Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Astrophysics, Instrumentation and Advanced Technologies and bring together scientists from South-East Asia and from all over the world.
Like the previous Vietnam Schools of Physics which took place since 1994, the X-th School will deal with the concept and methods of Quantum Field Theory and their applications to particle physics and condensed matter physics.
The School takes place over a period of two weeks and includes ectures as well as "exercises sessions" where the concepts introduced in the lectures will be worked out on practical examples. Furthermore, participants will be encouraged to present their field of interest in short contributions prepared with the help of senior participants. Throughout the School special emphasis will be put on pedagogical aspects. Applicants should have completed a Master's degree (or equivalent) in physics. Preference will be given to young physicists working towards a Ph.D. degree or working at a post-doctoral level. More senior physicists, however, are also welcome to apply.
To facilitate the interactions among participants, and especially among "students" and "lecturers", the attendance is limited to about 40 students, expected to come principally from Vietnam and Asian countries . For an application, please, complete the REGISTRATION FORM and return it to the address given there by 17 November 2003.
Some partial support may be available for participants from South-East Asia.
1. S. Randjbar - Daemi (the Abdus Salam ICTP, Trieste, Italy)
2. Nguyen Van Hieu (NCST, Hanoi, Vietnam)
3. Tran Thanh Van (Universite' de Paris-Sud, Orsay, France)
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