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PIRE GEMADARC Summer School and Collaboration Meeting- 2020, Taiwan
Summer School and Collaboration Meeting are organized every year since 2018 by the collaborating partners of the PIRE-GEMADARC Program. Events in 2018 were at Xichang and Sichuan University, Chengdu, China, while those of 2019 were at Max-Planck Institute, Munich, Germany. "PG2020" events will take place in Taiwan, hosted by the TEXONO Group based at the Academia Sinica.
There will be four different events, following the diversity of the PIRE missions and goals :
The PG2020 Summer School, open to the international academic community, will be held at the Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan from May 21 (9:00AM) to May 28 (8:00AM), 2020.
The PG2020, Collaboration Meeting, an internal event, will be at the National Center of Traditional Arts (NCTA) at Yilan Country, Taiwan, from May 27 (9:00AM) to June 1 (6:00PM), 2020.
Visits of Non-physics majors STEM students to the Institute of Physics, during the period May 16-23, 2020, where students will participate in research projects, attend the Summer School, and be exposed to the local culture.
Posting of physics majors students to participate in selected research subjects with the particle physics group of the Institute of Physics, through the summer months June-August 2020.
Academia Sinica: The most preeminent academic institution of the Republic of China (Taiwan), was founded in China in 1928 to promote and undertake scholarly research in the sciences and humanities. After the ROC government moved to Taiwan in 1949, Academia Sinica was re-established in Taipei. Academia Sinica has adopted various measures to promote the internal integration of research activities. As an educational institute, it provides PhD training and scholarship through its English-language Taiwan International Graduate Program in physics, biology, agriculture, chemistry, informatics, and earth and environmental sciences.
Find more info at: https://www.sinica.edu.tw/en
GEMADARC: Germanium Materials and Detectors Advancement Research Consortium.
A global partnership funded by NSF PIRE to advance germanium technologies for the search of dark matter, neutrinoless double-beta decay and other rare physics processes with world-class education and training platforms and opportunities.
Find more info at: http://pire.gemadarc.org/