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The MCnet Beijing School 2020 on Monte Carlo Event Generators (MCnet Beijing School 2020) will be hosted in the Building of the Sino-Danish Center of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS), located at the Huai-Rou district of Beijing city, China, with arrival on Sunday (14/June/2020) and departure on Saturday (20/June/2020).
The school will be jointly supported by MCnet organization, the Center for Future High Energy Physics (CFHEP), the Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP) of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Peking University, and UCAS.
The MCnet School is a series of schools dedicated to developing and supporting general-purpose Monte Carlo event generators throughout the LHC era and beyond, and providing training of a wide selection of its user base. More information of its past activity can be found via the weblink: www.montecarlonet.org.
Monte Carlo event generators are central to high energy particle physics. They are used by almost all experimental collaborations to design their experiments and analyze their data, and by theorists to simulate the complex final states of the fundamental interactions that may signal new physics.
The MCnet School 2020 Beijing will provide a five-day course of training in high energy physics and computing techniques used in modern Monte Carlo event generators via a series of lectures, tutorial sessions, and discussions with event-generator authors and developers. The school is aimed at advanced doctoral students, early-career postdocs, and young faculty majored in particle physics.
Our core sessions comprise a series of introductory lectures on the physics of event generators, further lectures on a wider range of associated topics, a series of hands-on tutorials using all of the MCnet event generators for LHC physics, and evening discussion sessions with Monte Carlo authors and developers.
Potential participants are supposed to be majored in high energy physics, and in priniple should have already published at least one journal paper. An interested candidate should register at
and arrange a recommendation letter from his/her supervisor, directly sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. The registration fee is 1500RMB, which is used to cover meals and lodges, etc. Due to our limited resources, the local committee will select the final participants and will inform them in due course.