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The 5th Institute of Space Sciences Summer School: two weeks full of science!

July 19, 2022

Last week, from July 4th to July 15th, the Institute of Space Sciences (ICE-CSIC) held the fifth edition of the Summer School. Every year, our centre organises a Summer School for Master and PhD students over the summer, usually during the month of July.

Students from everywhere have the opportunity to broaden their knowledge, network with researchers and use the experience acquired for their thesis, PhD or post-doc research in the future.

The Institute of Space Sciences does forefront scientific and technological research with the mission of contributing to our understanding of the Cosmos. The theme this year was 'Modified gravities, Inflation and Primordial Perturbations: Theory and Computing'.

After a full online edition in 2021, this year the Summer School took place as a face-to-face event that welcome around 40 students. However, there were some online lectures, such as: "Python Lectures: Programming from Newtonian Gravity to Dark Energy and Primordial Gravitational Waves" by Vasilis K. Oikonomou; "Inflation and cosmological perturbations" by Misao Sasak; "Reconstruction of Modified Gravity Theories: FRW Universe" by Shinichi Nojiri; "Wormholes" by Sergey Sushkov or "Understanding Cosmological Observations" by Enrique Gaztañaga, among others. Some of them were rescheduled as online talks due to Covid-19.

Thank you all for attending. See you next summer!

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