12th Cosmic Ray International Seminar - CRIS 2022
"The endless multiple voices fugue of the Universe”
The 12th Cosmic Ray International Seminar (CRIS 2022) will be held in Napoli, Italy, 12h - 16th September 2022. The meeting will focus fundamental topics in astroparticle physics with specific emphasis on the new-born multimessenger astronomy studies.
The conference is jointly organized by the Napoli and Catania Divisions of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN), by the Department of Physics “E. Pancini” of the University of Napoli Federico II, by the Department of Physics and Astronomy “E. Majorana” of the University of Catania, and by the Department of Physics and Chemistry “E. Segrè” of the University of Palermo.
CRIS 2022, following the experience of previous editions, aims to present overviews of existing data and reports from the present and future experiments. Talks will cover both theoretical/phenomenological and experimental/observational aspects, in order to give an exhaustive overview of this complex field. The discussion about the present status and future plans requires to involve theorists and experimentalists working on various messengers. Thus, the progress in astroparticle physics achieved through space and ground-based detectors is expected to play a major role in the scientific program of CRIS 2022.
The program will include invited lectures, contributed talks and posters, as well.
As in the past, the CRIS 2022 Conference is addressed to scientists in the field as well as to PhD and graduate students. We will encourage lively and informal discussions among participants.
The participation of young researchers is warmly welcome. The best contribution presented by a young participant (graduate and PhD student or under 30 years-old post-doc) will be awarded
The RICAP 2022 Conference in Rome, 6-9 September 2022, is just before CRIS 2022. Don't miss it!
Local Organizing Committee
International Advisory Committee
Antonio Insolia - University of Catania
Fausto Guarino - University of Napoli "Federico II"