- Andreas Trautner (MPI, Heidelberg, Germany): Introduction to the Standard Model -- 2-3 hrs
- Manfred Jeitler (CERN): The status of the LHC and Future collider projects -- 2 hrs
- Alec Habig (U. Minessota Duluth, USA): Neutrino experiments -- 3 hrs
- Wei Wang (Sun Yat-Sen U., China): Resolving neutrino mass hierarchy with reactor neutrinos -- 1 hr
- Dmitry Naumov (JINR, Russia): Future of experimental neutrino physics -- 1 hr
- Sergio Palomares-Ruiz (IFIC, Valencia, Spain): Astrophysical neutrinos: theory -- 2 hrs
- Alessio Porcelli (U. Gent, Belgium): IceCube results -- 2 hrs
- tba: KM3NeT/ANTARES results -- 2 hrs
- Imre Bartos (U. Florida, USA): Gravitational waves -- 2 hrs
- Karl-Heinz Kampert (U. Wuppertal, Germany): Ultra high energy cosmic rays -- 2 hrs
- Wolfgang Duschl (U. Kiel, Germany): Introduction to multi-messenger astronomy -- 2 hrs
- Vladimir Lenok (KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany): Astroparticle experiments in Baikal region: TAIGA -- 1 hr
The scientific program of the Baikal School 2020 will include a special feature: a two-day immersion into neutrino physics. The lectures will be accompanied with hands-on sessions with discussions and problem solving under supervision of invited group leader. The solutions of the problems will be presented by student groups and discussed.
There will also be opportunity for students to present an oral or poster presentation.