We cordially invite you to the Indian-Summer School on Phenomenology of Hot and Dense Matter for Future Accelerators, which will be held September 3 - 7, 2018, in Prague, Czech Republic.


The focus of the school is the exciting area of the theoretical models and methods developed for the description of phenomena observed in nuclear collisions and that are forseen to be important at future accelerators. Our aim is to provide a detailed pedagogical overview of the forefront hot and dense matter effects and cold nuclear matter effects, which will be comprehensible and relevant to students.

The School is intended for advanced students, postdocs and young researchers working in particle physics, nucelar physics and theoretical physics. It will consist of invited lectures given by distinguished physicists, as well as session devoted to student posters. Each block of lectures will be accompanied by "hands on" session under the guidance of the lecturer.

The school is organized by

Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague

together with

Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR 

and it is financed by COST association through COST action CA 15213 Theory of hot matter and relativistic heavy-ion collisions.



Did you know? Indian summer is a period of unseasonably warm, dry weather that sometimes occurs in autumn in the Northern hemisphere.