Students selected for the program will spend from late June to the end of August working with active research groups at CERN, one of the world’s premier international laboratories. They will also attend a series of lectures remotely, specially prepared for them by CERN-based researchers. Prior to the CERN component of the program, students will work on a subatomic physics project under a Canadian supervisor in May and June so that they will spend a minimum of 15 weeks on research over the course of the summer. The May–June period is normally spent in Canada during which time students are supported by the supervisor and an NSERC USRA position or a summer studentship at TRIUMF. IPP will assist students to find a suitable project/supervisor.
For more information about the program and how to apply see their website.
Deadline: Application material must be received by 23:00 EST Friday, January 14, 2022.