The MARSHALL ROSENBLUTH
International Summer School
Plasma Thermonuclear Fusion and Plasma Astrophysics-2007
August 25 - 28, 2007, La Jolla, California 92038-2946
Tuition and registration fee is waived.
SCHOOL STRONGLY ENCOURAGES PARTICIPATION OF PhD STUDENTS BY WAIVING THEIR
REGISTRATION and TUITION FEES.
SCHOOL-2007 covers accommodation
and per diem expenses.
The SCHOOL COVERS IN FULL
ACCOMMODATION and PER DIEM EXPENSES OF INVITED TUTORIAL LECTURERS.
FOR EACH TUTORIAL WORK ACCEPTED FOR PUBLISHING IN THE GRADUATE COURSES Series,
the SCHOOL OFFERS TO AUTHOR(S) THE ROYALTIES IN THE AMOUNT OF 33 % OF THE PUBLISHER'S NET RECEIPTS ON COPIES SOLD THEREAFTER.
SCHOOL-2007 covers accommodation expenses
- The Institute for Advanced
Physics Studies supports all invited speakers and their collaborators equally, by subsidizing their registration fee
(subsidized registration fee is $400, otherwise $500), rather than supporting in
full several speakers.
SPEAKERS are expected to secure subsidized registration fees, travel and accommodation funding, independent of the
SCHOOL, through their sponsoring
fee is waived
Attendance is limited to approximately
- The SCHOOL fully
reimburses the paid registration fee to the participant who cannot attend
the conference and did notify the SCHOOL within the time period
stated on the registration form.
The SCHOOL publications are offered to that researcher at the participants'
Institute for Advanced Physics Studies provides equal opportunity in
and participants' aid regardless of: sex, age, color, creed, handicap, sexual orientation, and national or ethnic origin.
Institute for Advanced Physics Studies
complies with all
applicable nondiscrimination laws.
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and judgments--freedom of expression and instruction in all
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thought, and philosophical and creative thinking in general,
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