May 8 – 11, 2023
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Europe/Rome timezone

Einstein Telescope (ET) will be the European Third-Generation (3G) Gravitational Wave (GW) Observatory, designed to observe the whole Universe. ET will be a multi-detector, multi-interferometer observatory covering the whole spectrum observable from Earth with interferometric GW detectors. Thanks to its unprecedented sensitivity ET will take the lead in the newborn multi-messenger astronomy by combining information delivered by ET with optical, IR, UV, gamma, cosmic ray and neutrino telescopes observations. ET, being a unique tool to investigate the spacetime fabric of the Universe, will impact on our fundamental physics knowledge, and our understanding of the fundamental interactions governing the evolution of black-holes and neutron stars.

This event, organized by the INFN and founded by the PNRR ETIC project, is part of the framework of the XIII Symposium of the International ET Scientific Community gathered in Cagliari after one year from the birth of the "ET Collaboration". Currently the ET Collaboration is composed by more then 1400 members, divided in 80 research units, from 206 institutes, distributed in 23 countries. 

The school will offer lectures for PhD students and young researchers on the ET physics and detector and an hackathon session to learn the software tools developed by ET Collaboration for data analysis. A special poster session is foreseen to give the opportunity to young research to illustrate their own work.

Lectures will take place along the week of the XIII ET Symposium with the support of OSB and ISB chairs.

The School will support participation of PhD students (up to a maximum of 30) to the ET Symposium, organized in parallel sessions, hosting workshops managed by the ET specific boards (EIB, ISB, OSB and SPB), and a plenary session to have a global view of all the activities on going.  

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Italy, Via dei Giudicati, 66, 09131 Cagliari CA
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