The Gran Sasso National Laboratory of INFN, the Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI) and the Physics and Chemistry Department of the University of L’Aquila are organising, starting from February 1st, 2023, the second edition of L’Aquila Joint Astroparticle Colloquia, with a program rich of scientific seminars addressed to students and researchers, as well as to the local community.
The colloquia will take place between February and June 2023, with a bimonthly schedule, on Wednesday at 14:30 (CEST). They will be held in person at one of the three involved institutes, with a rotating schedule. Given the considerable participation of european and extra-european researchers registered in the previous edition, the colloquia will also be streamed on Zoom.
The seminars will cover the questions and complex aspects of the most recent and important researches in astroparticle physics, with the goal of providing a review of the current knowledge and offering a vision for the future.
The first appointment will be Feburary 1st, 2023, at the GSSI auditorium, with Prof. Elisabetta Bissaldi from the Bari Polytechnic, who will present the most recent discoveries in the field of Gamma Ray Bursts produced by extragalactic sources.
In the following dates, high-profile Italian and international speakers will cover different theoretical and experimental aspects of astroparticle physics.
To receive updated information concerning the colloquia program, it is sufficient to subscribe to the mailing list indicated on the L'Aquila Joint Astroparticle Colloquia website.
The events is organised by the researchers of GSSI, Gran Sasso National Laboratory of INFN, and University of L’Aquila Felicia Barbato, Giovanni Benato, Alfredo Ferella, Andrea Maselli, Marcello Messina, Fabrizio Nesti and Giulia Pagliaroli.
The colloquia will be held in English.
Chiara Badia - GSSI - Gran Sasso Science Institute - Communication & Outreach Office
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REIS - 20.01.2023