11-20 August 2016
Fermilab - Wilson Hall
US/Central timezone

The target audience is young post docs and advanced graduate students, with a strong interest in hadron collider physics. Both theorists and experimentalists are encouraged to apply. Lectures will be reviews of both the theoretical and experimental underpinnings of hadron collider physics, as well as a number of special topics drawn from other exciting results at the forefront of research. There will also be informal discussions, tours, and social activities. Students will also have an opportunity to visit the nearby city of Chicago.




  1. Standard Model
  2. Heavy Flavour Phenomenology
  3. QCD Theory
  4. Beyond the Standard Model of Physics
  5. Hadron Accelerators
  6. Trigger and Data Acquisition
  7. Calorimetry
  8. Tracking
  9. Event Reconstruction and Particle Identification
  10. Statistics
  11. Heavy Ions Physics
  12. Searches for Beyond the Standard Model Physics
  13. Dark Matter
  14. Neutrinos
  15. Special topics:
    • Deep Learning in HEP
    • Future Colliders
    • TBA