Due to Covid19 - Sars-CoV-2 circumstances, the 2021 edition of the Neutrino Telescopes will be held online.
In order to participate remotely to the Conference, registration is mandatory, through the registration form. Only registered people are allowed to attend the Conference.
The usual format of the conference will undergo some changes.
Along with plenary sessions, that will be held mostly in the afternoon (CET), the scientific program will include also some parallel sessions, so to have a deeper insight into specific areas of the wide neutrino multimessenger panorama. Parallel sessions will have various time slots (morning/evening CET) to accomodate speakers of different time zones.
Moreover, to give the chance to the youngest researchers to present interesting, innovative works in the various fields, parallel sessions will include some selected short "flash talks".
Application to both contributed talks is warmly suggested.
The conference will thus be articulated in three different presentation formats:
a) Plenary, highlights, by invitation only (20+5 minutes)
b) Three Parallel Sessions where there will be allocated 15 + 5 minutes contributed talks:
- Neutrino Masses and Mixings
- Neutrino Telescopes and Multimessenger
- Neutrino Theory and Cosmology
c) Flash Talks Session where there will be allocated 5 + 3 minutes talks
Flash Talks are intended to substitute the Poster Session.
Only registered speakers can give talks.
Contributed Talks and Flash Talks Speakers should apply via the "call for abstract".
Each proposal will be evaluated by a board of reviewers including members of the Local Organizing Committee and Advisory Committee, as well as external reviewers.
Due to schedule and program constraints, acceptance is not guaranteed to all submissions.
However, a notification of acceptance or rejection, will be sent to all submitters by February 11th 2020, if not earlier.
Motivated young researchers are strongly encouraged to apply for "Flash Talks".
The best 3 Flash Talks will be awarded with a special mention.
The conference will be opened by a short series of "Challenge Talks" in the Plenary Sessions. Keynote speakers will be invited to share and discuss with the Conference Community, ideas and suggestions shaping the future of the Astroparticle Physics.
It is an occasion to widen up the rich offer of the conference topics, but also to focus on new emerging issues that are worth to be investigated.
The conference will be held through the ZOOM platform, while dedicated channels for moderated off-line discussions will be hosted under the "SLACK" software.
Summary Talks of the last day of the conference, will report selected highlights of the discussions.
All contributions will be included in the Conference Proceedings published on the ZENODO platform and assigned a DOI code.
Please keep yourself updated on the program through the timetable.
Information on how to access all sessions and participate to the off-line discussions, will be sent to the e-mail address indicated on the registration form.