GGI PhD School: “Theoretical Aspects of Astroparticle Physics, Cosmology and Gravitation”, Florence, Italy

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Date:  2019-03-11  -  2019-03-22

Location:  Florence, Italy

We announce the first edition of the GGI PhD School on:

Theoretical Aspects of Astroparticle Physics, Cosmology and Gravitation

The Galileo Galilei Institute of Theoretical Physics
Arcetri, Florence (Italy)
From March 11 to March 22, 2019

The maximum number of attendance is 40 students.

This School aims at providing robust and detailed introductions on the basic theoretical concepts and main tools to work in the field of Astroparticle Physics, Cosmology and Gravitation. The courses are organized as lectures at the
blackboard in the morning and are integrated with hands-on and discussion sessions with an instructor in the afternoon.

The program of the 2019 edition is:

“Neutrino physics”, Ferruccio Feruglio (University of Padova)
“Galactic cosmic rays and multimessenger astronomy”, Fiorenza Donato (University of Torino)
“Gravitational waves and compact binaries”, Enrico Barausse (IAP, Paris)
“Cosmological perturbation theory and structure formation”, Vincent Desjacques (Technion, Haifa, Israel)

The School will profit of the Galileo Galilei Institute facilities. Each student will have office space to study and discuss, with a lot of opportunities to interact with lecturers.

Accommodation in shared apartments will be provided at the cost of about 300 Euros for the whole period. Scholarships to cover this expense are available upon request. Lunch will be provided during the weekdays on the GGI premises for students and lecturers, at no cost. All the dinners and the lunches during the weekends, instead, are to be paid by the participants.

Please circulate this information to colleagues, collaborators and students that may be interested in attending the School (apologies if you receive this message more than once).

Best regards,
The Organizers

Nicola Bartolo (University of Padova and INFN Padova)
Nicolao Fornengo (University of Torino and INFN Torino)
Dario Grasso (INFN Pisa and University of Pisa)
Leonardo Gualtieri (University of Roma 1 and INFN Roma 1)
Eligio Lisi (INFN Bari and University of Bari)
Gennaro Miele (University of Napoli and INFN Napoli)