“School on Dark Matter” at Sao Paulo, June 27 - July 8, 2016. Geared toward graduate students. Look for videos and slides for lectures.
- “The Hunt for No Neutrinos” a good piece by Jonathan Engel and Petr Vogel on the neutrinoless double beta decay searches.
- The Neutrino Matrix, by the Members of the APS Multi-Divisional Neutrino Study
- A good overview on the field of Neutrino Physics from Nov. 2004. A little outdated but still pretty good.
- “Celebrating the Neutrino” from 1997, written during the time when people were trying to figure out whether neutrinos oscillate.
- For the general public (there are many more out there, this is just a sampling)
- books, videos, etc.
Antarctica & South Pole
- Statistics review section in the Review of Particle Physics by the Particle Data Group
- PHYSTAT conference for statistics in particle physics. Great resource.
- Prof. Safonov’s Methods of Experimental Particle Physics class at TAMU, see lectures 21 - 24.
Fellowships and Funding Opportunities
- For Postdocs
- For Graduate Students
- For Undergraduate Students
- For Postdocs
Career and Professional Development
- Adivce from professionals, and a professional development timeline for Careers in Academia at research/teaching/combination institions, national labs, etc. from California Alliance: https://www.california-alliance.org/professional-development
- National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity
- An independent professional development, training, and mentoring community for graduate students, post-docs, and faculty. An excellent, excellent, resource.
- Tomorrow’s Professor
On Being a Scientist
- Dark Matter in the Universe by Vera Rubin
- Resources from AstroBetter - Tips and tricks on computing, analysis tools, career, teaching, project and team management, equity and inclusion, and other useful information. Put together for astronomers but totally applicable for physicists.
- Reference letter guide
- For Applicants:
- For Letter Writers:
Women in Physics