28 April 2019 to 3 May 2019
Club Hotel Marina Beach
Europe/Rome timezone
Vacuum Fluctuations at Nanoscale and Gravitation: theory and experiments
Vacuum fluctuations and macroscopic observables are amongst the most intriguing topics of the modern physics, particularly when considering the interaction with the gravitational field. The theoretical understanding and experimental evidences are still not completely satisfactory and require more efforts to reach a deeper consensus. The workshop is devoted to both the theory and experiments related to vacuum fluctuations and gravitation and also to high precision gravitational experiments working underground or in environments in which seismic noise needs to be reduced. It will be located on the seaside of Sardinia at half an hour by car to the Sos-Enattos mine, where an underground laboratory is in construction. The workshop will be also an occasion to give the community the knowledge of the laboratory and to promote future collaborations that can benefit of a low seismic underground site.


Registration will be opened on December 10th. The deadline for the participation is April 15th. The fee is 300 €.


Please note the Hotel costs are: single room 100 Euros, double room 75 Euros, per person per night.


Beneficiary name: Dipartimento di Chimica e Farmacia, Università degli Studi di Sassari
Beneficiary address: Via Vienna, 2 Sassari 07100 Italy
IBAN :  IT 96 F 01015 17201 000000013500

In the 'REASON FOR PAYMENT', please indicate: 
"Surname Vacuum Fluctuations at Nanoscale and Gravitation - CHIMICA"


NOTE: The fee must be payed in Euro,  (if not additional payment is expected for the rate exchange)

Staying at the Hotel Marina Beach is mandatory for all of the participants. Please fill up both the on-line form and the Hotel Registration Form and send it to the Club Hotel Marina Beach (info@marinabeach.it) to complete the hotel reservation.

Club Hotel Marina Beach
Via del Mare s.n.c., 08028, Orosei, NU

Scientific Organizing Committee

Philippe Bouyer (Laboratoire Photonique, Numerique, Nanosciences, Université de Bordeaux, France)
Massimo Carpinelli (University of Sassari, Italy)
Jan Harms (Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy)
Michele Maggiore (Université de GenèveDépartement de Physique Théorique,  Genève, Suisse)
Vuk Mandic (University of Minnesota-Twin Cities)
Paola Puppo (Isituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare, Roma, Italy)
Michele Punturo (Isituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare, Perugia, Italy)
Serge Reynaud (Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, UPMC, CNRS, ENS, Collège de France, Paris, France)
Fulvio Ricci (University of Roma La Sapienza, Italy)
Carlo Rovelli (Centre de Physique Theorique de Luminy, Marseille, France)
Takayuky Tomaru (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research (ICRR), The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Guido Zavattini (University of Ferrara, Italy)




Local Organizing Committee

Enrico Calloni (University of Naples Federico II and INFN Naples, Italy)
Alessandro Cardini (INFN Cagliari, Italy)
Martina De Laurentis (University of Naples Federico II and INFN Naples, Italy)
Rosario De Rosa  (University of Naples Federico II and INFN Naples, Italy) 
Domenico D'Urso (University of Sassari and INFN LNS, Italy)
Luca Deidda (University of Sassari and INFN LNS, Italy)
Luciano Errico (University of Naples Federico II and INFN Naples, Italy)
Viviana Fanti (INFN Cagliari, Italy)
Piero Rapagnani (University of Roma La Sapienza and INFN Roma1, Italy)
Luigi Rosa (University of Naples Federico II and INFN Naples, Italy)
Valeria Sipala (University of Sassari and INFN LNS, Italy)                                                                                                    Daniela Stornaiuolo (University of Naples Federico II and INFN Naples, Italy)









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