Visit to Rwanda

The international organizing committee made a site visit to Rwanda to meet with the Local Organizing Committee and start preparation towards the 4th edition of the African School of fundamental physics and applications, ASP2016.

Student application closed

The student application is now closed.
Contact: asp2016-registration@cern.ch

ASP2016 Scientific Program

The scientific program of ASP2016 consists of lectures and hands-on exercises and tutorials in theoretical physics, experimental physics, applied physics and computing for the selected students, a two-day physics workshop for high school teachers, a three-day outreach to secondary schools, and a Forum Day to discuss the role and impact of African School of Physics. The details of the program can be found here.

For donation and support, contact the organizing committee at asp2016-ioc@cern.ch

ASP 2014, Third Edition, Dakar

Senegal, 3-23 August 2014

The third Biennial African School of Fundamental Physics and its Applications.

  • Bobby S. Acharya, ICTP & King College of London
  • Ketevi A. Assamagan, BNL
  • Anne E. Dabrowski, CERN
  • Christine Darve, ESS
  • Jonathan R. Ellis, CERN & King College of London
  • Steve Muanza, CNRS-IN2P3
  • Rudiger Voss, CERN

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