The Quantum, Atomic, Molecular and Plasma Physics (QuAMP) school occurs every two years in the UK and hosts typically 50-80 students and early career researchers from the UK and Europe.
The school will be held at both Durham and Newcastle University and will run for four days (15th - 18th September). Delegates are invited to stay on to attend a half-day mini-workshop on 19th September 2014, featuring research talks on JQC-themed research activities.The accommodation and lectures will be held at Durham University and a public lecture by Bill Phillips and the conference dinner will be held in Newcastle.
The QuAMP school features tutorial-style lectures from a range of distinguished international speakers, introducing themes of broad interest in the areas of quantum, atomic, molecular and plasma physics, providing an introduction to topics for the uninitiated and deepening the knowledge of more experienced researchers. The level of the lectures will be aimed at graduate students and young post-docs.
A selected group of students (selected based on the quality of their abstract) will have the chance to present a short talk on their own work. All other participants are requested to present a poster on their research.