"Warwick Week" is a week of graduate lectures hosted at the University of Warwick. Originally known as "Warwick Flavour Week", the content was originally focussed on flavour physics (flavour changing interactions of quarks, charged leptons and neutrinos). The physics content has recently been expanded, so "Flavour" has been dropped from the name.
Warwick Week 2011 will be held from Monday 11 April to Friday 15 April, inclusive.
The lecture courses to be given (with links to material from 2010 where available) are:
- "Flavour physics", Tim Gershon
- "Neutrino physics", Steve Boyd
- "High-pT physics at the LHC", Juraj Bracinic & Miriam Watson
- "Astroparticle physics", Susan Cartwright
- "Heavy ion physics", Lee Barnby
- "Detector techniques", several guest lecturers
We expect participants from particle physics groups at the University of Birmingham, the University of Bristol, the University of Lancaster, the University of Liverpool, the University of Nottingham, University College Dublin and the University of Sheffield (as well as Warwick).