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The Legacy of Bruno Pontecorvo: the Man and the Scientist
Aula Magna (University of Rome "La Sapienza")
University of Rome "La Sapienza"
Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5
Dionisi Carlo, Maiani Luciano
The year 2013 is the centennial of the birth of Bruno Pontecorvo, one of the great physicists of the past century and a pioneer of High Energy Physics.
To honor his memory as a man and scientist, the Physics Department of University of Rome "La Sapienza", is organizing an International Meeting on Sept. 11 and 12, 2013.
Bruno Pontecorvo's life has been characterized by the strength of his ground-breaking scientific ideas as well as by his ideological choices, sometimes dramatic, which have marked his destiny as man and scientist. The meeting is a right and proper homage to the memory of the youngest "ragazzo di Via Panisperna", a moment of encounter and thought on his ingenious scientific ideas and a token of his civil commitment.
(Univ. Sapienza), C. Messa
(Vice Presidente CNR), Fernando Ferroni
(Presidente INFN), G. Piragino
(Società Italiana di Fisica), L. Frati
(Rettore La Sapienza), L. Maffei
(Presidente dell'Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei), V. Matveen
(Director Institute for Nuclear Research of Russian Academy of Sciences)
Comments on some of the great heritage of one of the most imaginative physicists of the past century, and a friend30m
Bruno Pontecorvo and his Inverse β Process to detect neutrinos, a page of history30m
Bruno Pontecorvo: pioneer of neutrino oscillations30m
Samoil Mikhelevich Bilenky
My debts to Bruno30m
The birth of lepton universality and the second neutrino30m
Luigi Di Lella
The beginning of a great adventure: Bruno Pontecorvo in Rome and Paris30m
The early years of Bruno Maximovich Pontecorvo at Dubna30m
Bruno Pontecorvo, Edoardo Amaldi and the invisible light of the stars30m
Giuseppe Mussardo presents: “Maksimovic. La storia di Bruno Pontecorvo”1h