Hadron Collider School - HASCO The main objectives of the hadron collider physics school (HASCO) are introductory topics in  elementary particle physics, in particular in hadron collider physics as relevant for research at the  Large Hadron Collider (LHC). This includes lectures and tutorials on theoretical foundations of the  Standard Model of elementary particle physics as well as experimental techniques to test it.  Furthermore, a focus is placed on statistical data analysis and an introduction to the software package  ROOT. In addition, students will have the opportunity to discuss state of the art measurements and  results with senior scientists in the field. The target group are Bachelor, Master and early PhD students, i.e. mainly beginners in the field. The main activities will be lectures, tutorials,  and student seminars. These will be complemented by excursions, and sport activities.  The learning outcome will be better and more compatible theoretical knowledge of the fundamentals of elementary particle physics, but more  importantly als hands-on experience with widely used software tools, statistics data analysis and experimental measurement techniques. The  expected outputs are software programs, group presentations, and short summary reports. The academic achievements will be credited with  ECTS points.  The school did take place at the Georg-August-Universtät Göttingen from 07. - 19. July 2013.  Details of the HASCO school 2012 can be found here.  There will be a HASCO summer school in 2014. Details will be announced early 2014.  This ERASMUS intensive program is supported by the European Union under the contract DE-2012-ERA/MOBIP-2-29759-2-26