ChETEC-INFRA SNAQs [snacks]
Schools on Nuclear Astrophysics Questions
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We highly encourage young scientists (master and PhD students, as well as young postdocs) to give scientific talks at this SNAQ related to the question above. If you are interested, please submit an abstract of your talk at the lower end of the registration form. Deadline for abstract submission is September 29, 2021. Successful candidates who give a talk after this competitive selection will receive the SNAQs Scientific Talk Award.
This is the 6th edition of a monthly, virtual school format discussing questions related to nuclear astrophysics.
We plan to organize a new event of SNAQs always on the 2nd Wednesday in each month with a break in summer (July to September). SNAQs will last about 3.5 hours, including breaks, with lectures and scientific talks around a given question in nuclear astrophysics. Lectures will be held by senior researchers and scientific talks preferably by young researchers, as master and PhD students. Further, SNAQs will put a special focus on the interaction between participants to allow young scientists networking even if traveling to schools, workshops and conferences is not an option.
SNAQs will join the community of schools related to nuclear astrophysics that partner with ChETEC-INFRA:
The aim of this community is to give all students and young researchers the same, multidisciplinary knowledge about nuclear astrophysics. SNAQs will support this idea and strengthen the community of schools by providing a frequent lecture series to train and educate the next generation of scientist with knowledge across the three types of infrastructures used by nuclear astrophysicists:
Those infrastructures are networked by ChETEC-INFRA, Chemical Elements as Tracers of the Evolution of the Cosmos - INFRAstructures for Nuclear Astrophysics, a new European starting community of 32 partner institutions.
We are looking forward to meet you at the sixth SNAQ.
|SNAQ September 2021 organizers||SNAQs organizing committee|
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