Sep 27 – 29, 2023
Palazzone della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Cortona
Europe/Rome timezone

After a 5-year-long stop sadly imposed by COVID, we are happy to give a new fresh start to the famous series of Italian National Meetings on Theoretical Physics known as "Convegni Nazionali di Fisica Teorica” in Cortona, Tuscany. Resting on a very long tradition, this bi-annual Conference has historically been a prestigious meeting point of the Italian community of theoretical physics. 
The aim of the Conference is to discuss some of the most recent and exciting advances in many areas of theoretical physics, in the pleasant early-Fall atmosphere of a pretty Tuscan hill. The informal environment and the intimate location will facilitate a fruitful exchange between senior and junior colleagues. Indeed, good attendance of young researchers, including graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, alongside senior researchers, has always been the trading mark of this Conference.
The program will feature plenary sessions with invited talks by Italian experts in the research areas of interest of INFN, and contributed talks by junior participants. The schedule includes free time for spontaneous discussions which the organizers strongly encourage to continue over a good Tuscan-style dinner in the beautiful center of Cortona.

Palazzone della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Cortona

The Conference will take place on September 27-29 at “Palazzone della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa” in Cortona. The deadline for abstract submission and registration are now closed. Notification of abstract selection will be sent to the applicants prior to the registration deadline.

Free accommodation (check-in Sep 26, check-out Sep 29; PhD students will be preferably offered a shared double room) will be provided to all speakers, as well as to a limited number of participants on a first-come-first-served basis. Late registrants will have to arrange for their own accommodation. In the latter case, please note that September is a highly touristic season in Cortona. Please, make sure to book your accommodation well in advance.
Lunch and coffee breaks will be offered to participants. The beautiful center of Cortona will provide plenty of dinner options.

Invited Speakers 

Davide Cassani (INFN Padova)
Fiorenza Donato (Torino)
Barbara Mele (INFN Roma)
Mario Nicodemi (Napoli Federico II)
Antonio Riotto (Ginevra)
Francesco Sanfilippo (INFN Roma Tre)

Maria Archidiacono (Milano)
Marzia Bordone (CERN)
Salvatore Bottaro (Tel Aviv)
Carlo Heissenberg (NORDITA & Uppsala)
Alessandro Pilloni (Messina)
Bernardo Zan (Princeton)


Roberto Contino (Roma Sapienza)
Gennaro Corcella (INFN LNF)
Giulia Maria de Divitiis (Roma Tor Vergata)
Giuseppe Degrassi (Roma Tre)
Martina Gerbino (INFN Ferrara)
Fulvio Piccinini (INFN Pavia)
Raffaele Savelli (Roma Tor Vergata)
Luca Silvestrini (INFN Roma)
Enrico Trincherini (SNS Pisa)

This event is partially supported by Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati, INFN Ferrara, INFN Pavia, INFN Roma, INFN Roma Tor Vergata and INFN Roma Tre.