Selection of participants 2022 – 2024

A panel of 10 scientists will evaluate all valid applications to NucPhys, following the approved selection criteria that are shown in the selection process section. The 10 panelists are:

·Joaquín Gómez Camacho (U. Sevilla)

·Mario Centelles (U. Barcelona)

·Luis M. Robledo (U. Autónoma Madrid)

·Mailyn Pérez-Liva (U. Complutense Madrid)

·David Boilley (U. Caen)

·Stefano Romano (U. Catania)

·Anna Gueli (U. Catania)

·Francesca Soramel (U. Padova)

·Daniele Mengoni (INFN-Legnaro)

·Antonio Insolia (INFN-Catania)

J. Gomez-Camacho (U. Sevilla) will act as coordinator. The documentation sent by each applicant will be evaluated by three panel members (the maximum score at this stage is 50). The median of the marks of the three panel members will be considered as a preliminary evaluation for each candidate. Panel members will also write comments on each candidate. The Selection Committee will use the score obtained in this step of the process to select the best 70 applicants (approx) to proceed to the next stage, where students will be interviewed via videoconferencing by three members of the Committee (the maximum score in this second evaluation stage is 50). The questions to be asked, and global evaluation criteria, will be previously agreed, so that the marks in the interview would be homogeneous. The ranking of the candidates will be completed, including the points of the interview, and the language level.

In order to ensure a wide representation of nationalities, no more than 2 candidates from the same country may be awarded with the scholarship (not applicable to India and China, for which the limit is 3). 

The applicants will be classified as:

·Group I: Applications of very good quality (total score higher than 70 points out of 100 and more than 20 in the interview). 

·Group II - Reserve List -  Applications of good quality (total score between 56,72 and 70 points out of 100 and more than 20 in the interview). 

·Group III: Applications of weak quality (total score less than 56,72 points out of 100). 

The panel members consider that the available places in the master (25), with or without EU funding, should be offered first to the applicants in Group I, and if there are vacancies left, to the applicants in Group II, following the ranking order provided.

Applicants who did not pass to selection phase of the interview and applicants in the Group III will be  no longer considered for the master.

The first 16 applicants in Group I will be selected for EACEA scholarships based on the elegibility criteria set by the NUCPHYS consortium (4 programme country scholarships and 12 partner country scholarships). They will be notified and should reply the NucPhys secretariat if they accept the grant. There are 9 extra places in the master for self-financed students. Thus, there are only 9 places for self-funded students.  The  candidates who have not been awarded with the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship but fulfill the NucPhys admission  requirements are invited  to  register on a self‐funded basis in  the NucPhys master Intake 3 (second project)  (2022/2024).

Universities in the Master consortium are looking for partial financial help for these students. This help is not defined yet, accepted students will be notified on the help when available. If the Master is not completed with students in Group I, Group II applicants (Reserve list and Admitted students list)) will be contacted.

After several iterations due to withdrawals, the final lists are for Intake 2022/2024

ANNEX I - MAIN LIST- STUDENTS GRANTED WITH ERASMUS MUNDUS SCHOLARSHIP

SCHOLARSHIP CATEGORY

SURNAME

NAME

 NATIONALITY (COUNTRY)

GENDER

PREFERRED PATH

PARTNER-COUNTRY

THAN

KHIN MAY

MYANMAR

FEMALE

PATH 2 - PATH 3 - PATH 1

PARTNER-COUNTRY

NAQVI

SYED REHAN ALI

PAKISTAN

MALE

PATH 2 - PATH 1 - PATH 3

PARTNER-COUNTRY

MURALEEDHARAN NAIR

BINU

INDIA

MALE

PATH 2 - PATH 1 - PATH 3

PARTNER-COUNTRY

AHMAD

SAID

INDONESIA

MALE

PATH 3 - PATH 1 - PATH 2

PARTNER-COUNTRY

PARVEZ

PRINCE SHAHEEN

INDIA

MALE

PATH 1 - PATH 2 - PATH 3

PARTNER-COUNTRY

NUSIR

MOHAMMAD MUNTHER

JORDAN

MALE

PATH 3 - PATH 1 - PATH 2

PARTNER-COUNTRY

MANZOOR

AYESHA

PAKISTAN

FEMALE

PATH 3 - PATH 1 - PATH 2

PARTNER-COUNTRY

MARTINEZ CESEÑA

LUIS ANTONIO

MEXICO

MALE

PATH 3 - PATH 1 - PATH 2

PARTNER-COUNTRY

FURKAN

MUBIN Md. AL

BANGLADESH

MALE

PATH 1 - PATH 2 - PATH 3

PARTNER-COUNTRY

QUEVEDO

SEBASTIAN

COSTA RICA

MALE

PATH 3 - PATH 1 - PATH 2

PARTNER-COUNTRY

CISTERNA

GASTON EMANUEL

ARGENTINA

MALE

PATH 3 - PATH 1 - PATH 2

PARTNER-COUNTRY

AGNIHOTRI

AAGRAH

INDIA

MALE

PATH 2 - PATH 1 - PATH 3

PROGRAMME-COUNTRY

TATO IGLESIAS

ANIA

SPAIN

FEMALE

PATH 3 - PATH 1 - PATH 2

PROGRAMME-COUNTRY

ASATIANI

GIORGI

GEORGIA (Lives in Hungary)

MALE

PATH 1 - PATH 3 - PATH 2

PROGRAMME-COUNTRY

ROCCA

SIMONE

ITALIA

MALE

PATH 3 - PATH 1 - PATH 2

PROGRAMME-COUNTRY

GACIÑO OLMEDO

ALEJANDRO NICOLAS

SPAIN

MALE

PATH 2 - PATH 1 -PATH 3

ANNEX II – ADMITTED STUDENTS AS SELF-FUNDED

SCHOLARSHIP CATEGORY

SURNAME

NAME

 NATIONALITY (COUNTRY)

GENDER

PREFERRED PATH

PARTNER-COUNTRY

SHARMA

ABHISHEK

INDIA

MALE

PATH 2 - PATH 1 - PATH 3

PARTNER-COUNTRY

MISHRA

HIMANSHU

INDIA

MALE

PATH 2 - PATH 1 -PATH 3

PROGRAMME-COUNTRY

ALVAREZ

CAROLINA

SPAIN

FEMALE

PATH 3 - PATH 2- PATH 1

PROGRAMME-COUNTRY

ROVIRA

MARTI

SPAIN

MALE

PATH 3 - PATH 1 - PATH 2

PROGRAMME-COUNTRY

TOMASICCHIO

SABINA GAIA

ITALY

FEMALE

PATH 2 - PATH 1 - PATH 3