6-8 June 2016
Physics Department, University of Trento
Europe/Rome timezone
Slides of the presentations available at www.tifpa.infn.it/projects/flag/flag-meeting/




The second meeting organised by the I.N.F.N. research network FLAG (FieLds And Gravity) is devoted to the fundamental gravitational interaction and the theoretical study of cosmology and black holes. 

Aim of the event is to bring together researchers in the fields of our network, present new ideas and stimulate discussion of topics at the frontier of physics.

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Europe/Rome
Physics Department, University of Trento
Room A107, Building "Povo 1", Ground Floor
Via Sommarive Povo - Trento Italy

Scientific Committee

R. Casadio (FLAG Coordinator, U. Bologna)
G.P. Vacca (INFN - Bologna)
R. Percacci (SISSA)
U. Moschella (U. Como)
L. Vanzo (U. Trento)



Invited Speakers:


N. Bartolo, Università di Padova & INFN, Italy
X. Calmet, Sussex University, United Kingdom

S. Capozziello, Università Federico II, Napoli, Italy
A. Codello, Southern Denmark U. and CP3-Origins, Denmark
G. Dvali, LMU, Max Planck, NYU, Germany
G. Marozzi, Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas (CBPF), Brasil

T. Morris, Southampton U., United Kingdom
P. Nicolini, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Germany
N. Pavloff, L.P.T.M.S., Université Paris-Sud and CNR, France
G. Prodi, Università di Trento, Italy
A. Starobinsky, Landau Institute, Russia
F. Vidotto, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands


Other talks:

There will be room for a number of short talks (15-20 mins).
Please, send title and abstract to the organizers after registration.







 

Tuseday 07/06 18.00 pm
Public Conference, Auditorium, Facoltà di Lettere
Via Tommaso Gar 14
Trento (Downtown)


                         "Relatività Generale: dalla nascita alle onde gravitazionali"
                                  by Prof. S. Capozziello, Università di Napoli






Further information:

There is no conference fee.

Coffee breaks and lunches are free of charge. 

 

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