7-8 May 2015
Gran Sasso National Laboratory - Gran Sasso Science Institute
Europe/Rome timezone


The International Association of Physics Students (IAPS) in collaboration with the Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI) and the Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso (LNGS) is pleased to announce the first

IAPS @ Gran Sasso - Particle & Astroparticle Physics Spring Event

The event will be held at LNGS in Assergi and at GSSI in L'Aquila, Italy, May 7-8, 2015.

LNGS is one of the four INFN national laboratories. It hosts experiments from the field of Astoparticle Physics, Nuclear Astrophysics, and other disciplines requiring a low background environment.
GSSI is an international PhD school and a center for advanced studies in physics, mathematics, computer science and social sciences.

Scientific Programme
The programme will offer the unique possibility to overview  the activity of the GSSI and the Underground National Laboratory, LNGS.
The researchers will review the activity on Dark Matter, Double Beta Decay, Nuclear Astrophysics, Low Background facilities and of the Theory Group.
The Local Committee encourages the submission of oral and poster contributions by IAPS students to present their research projects. A dedicated committee will review and select the contributions. More details on the submission of the presentations can be found on the official event web page on IAPS site.
All the students will have the opportunity to visit both the LNGS Underground Laboratory and the GSSI headquarter.

Gran Sasso National Laboratory - Gran Sasso Science Institute

The IAPS @ Gran Sasso event is included in the framework of Center for Astroparticle Physics (CFA) which is part of the EU Funded Project “Sistema Sapere e Crescita” (PO FSE Abruzzo 2007-2013 - Piano Operativo 2012-2013)

All information concerning registration, conference fee, travel and logistics are available on the official event web page on IAPS site.

A few travel information on how to reach LNGS and contact details of some hotels near the Lab are also available on the Logistics section.

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