14-23 January 2020
Asiago Astronomical Observatory
Europe/Rome timezone

This is the first Padova International School of Physics of the Universe organized by the Department of Physics and Astronomy (DFA) of Padova. 

This first edition focuses on Multi-Messenger Astrophysics. These past two years were marked by huge advancements in this field, with countless invaluable results such as the detection of first gravitational waves, also in correspondence with photons, as well as the simultaneous observation of photons with a 300 TeV neutrino from an active galaxy. The foundation of high energy astroparticle physics are shaken and new theoretical buildings are raised. This calls for additional focused experimental efforts, with careful planning of multi-wavelenght and multi-experiments coordinated observation, specially when pointing telescopes with limited field of view are involved.

This school aims to recall the cosmology and particle physics background needed to seriously frame the discussion about multi-messenger signatures. The school will be organized with key lectures, plus a series of topical lectures and seminars. Exercises will be organized throughout the school on all topics. Hands-on will be organized on a selection of codes. The school will be closed with a final exam for self-evaluation.

The school will be international and it will be held in the beautiful curtains of the Asiago plateau, where the DFA astronomical observatory is located. The observatory is currently hosting two 1m-class telescopes hosting several instruments.

The school will be assigned Formative Credits (CFU) for the Universities.


Asiago Astronomical Observatory
viale Osservatorio, Asiago (Vicenza) Italy


Nicola Bartolo
Denis Bastieri,
Elisa Bernardini,
Daniele Bertacca,
Eugenio Bottacini,
Enrico Cappellaro, 
Riccardo Ciolfi,
Livia Conti
Francesco D'Eramo 
Michele Doro,
Michela Mapelli 
Mose' Mariotti
Marco Peloso,
Elisa Prandini.

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