The Advancing Theoretical Astrophysics Summer School is a two week long, international summer school intended to build and strengthen essential skills in physics and computation for a career in theoretical astrophysics.
The school will be held at the University of Amsterdam (Netherlands) from 15 to 26 July 2019.
The target groups for this school are graduate students pursuing a
degree in astrophysics, with a BSc degree in physics or astrophysics. The school will be a mix of short topical lectures and interactive problem solving, using methods that can be applied to a wide range of topics. Students will work collaboratively on several types of canonical problems (with guidance from teachers and more advanced students), gaining hands-on experience with cutting-edge techniques employed in modern theoretical astrophysics.
Deadline for the application is 15 January 2019. More information about the school is available here.