|Date||16 (Thurs.)-20 (Mon.) November 2017|
|Venue||J-PARC (Tokai, Ibaraki, Japan) Access Guide|
Graduate students, post-graduate students, inexperienced researchers who are interested in, but have limited or no experience with neutron and muon beam based techniques.
Note: Prospective participants must be certified as radiation workers at their institute prior to attending the school.
|Maximum Enrollment||Enrollment in the School will be limited to forty (40) participants. In principle, more than half of participants from overseas will be accepted.|
|Contents||Introductory lectures on neutron and muon sciences and the application of neutron and muon beams in research. The curriculum also has courses of hands-on experience using the MLF instruments and instruction in data analysis.|
|Registration fee||JPY 30,000
This fee includes room charge and full board throughout the School (for detail, see below).
|Financial Support||The school organizers may provide limited financial support to the participants from developing countries depending on the availability of funds. Applicants who request financial support should write a message in the application form. For more details, kindly contact school office.|
|More Information||For more information about the School, please contact the AONSA representative in your association.|
|Application Deadline||31 July 2017|
|Contact||School office: AONSA-School[at]ml.post.kek.jp (Please exchange "[at]" for "@")|
|School Organization||School principal: Yoshiaki Kiyanagi (Nagoya University)
School chairman: Takenao Shinohara (J-PARC)