With this aim and moved by the above motivations, we propose a three-day schedule with two sessions per day along the following format.
A. Session x-M (Day x=1, 2, 3 – Morning, 8.30-13.00) is devoted to three one hour broad-interest key-note speech providing a common background framework to all participants, one keynote for each of the three fields. The keynote speeches are also meant to select and critically discuss key open problems that require a trans-disciplinary approaches to produce significant advances:
- Frontiers in quantum gases
- Frontiers in the physics of fundamental interactions
- Frontiers in cosmology
The morning session will end up with a general all-to-all discussion led by the chair-person and animated by the key-note speakers and lasting about one hour-one hour and a half.
B. Session x-A (Day x=1, 2, 3 – Afternoon, 15.00-17.30) is devoted to half-an-hour research talks selected among applicants to an open announcement. The talks are meant to be related to specific topics, including:
- Higgs mode, SUSY, Dark matter, Extra dimensions, also via cold-atoms physics
- General relativity tests and precision measurements
- Black holes and Hawking radiation, also in superfluid analogues
- Symmetry tests: matter/antimatter and CP
- AdS-CFT correspondence
- QCD and BECs. Quarks, Hadrons, and Efimov states
- Quantum simulators for QED and QCD, also with cold atoms
- Magnetic monopoles
- Majorana fermions
- Topological phases
Each day of the Conference (but the last one) will be closed by a final keynote speech.
One poster session can be planned, depending on the applications. The Conference will benefit from a rich social program. The detailed scientific and social program will be announced within May 2019.