|Graduate School in
Particle and Nuclear Physics
School in brief
Graduate School in Particle and Nuclear Physics (GRASPANP) is part of the graduate school (doctoral) system launched in Finland in January 1995. GRASPANP is funded by the Ministry of Education, the Academy of Finland, the participating universities and individual research projects. The third period of the school started at the beginning of 2003.
The participating universities and institues are the University of Helsinki, the University of Jyväskylä, the University of Oulu, the University of Turku, the Helsinki University of Technology and the Helsinki Institute of Physics (HIP).
The main research fields of GRASPANP are experimental particle physics, theoretical particle physics, experimental nuclear physics, theoretical nuclear physics, accelerator technology and nuclear and accelerator based physics applications
The School coordinates and organizes research training, post graduate courses and workshops, invites international lecturers and supports conference participation. The Annual International Summer School held in Jyväskylä is an important part of this activity.
GRASPANP has annually over 70 postgraduate students.