June 25, 2024 to July 4, 2024
University of Padua
Europe/Rome timezone

The International School on AstroParticle Physics 2024 aims to expose young researchers to the broad theoretical landscape of dark matter particle candidates. Topics will include motivated candidates from the top-down, early universe scenarios for dark matter genesis, and detection strategies. 

The school will take place at the Scuola Galileiana di Studi Superiori (SGSS) - University of Padua.

 

APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN NOW!

Application deadline: April 8th (Monday)

 

CONFIRMED LECTURERS

  • Laura Baudis (University of Zurich): Direct Detection
  • Francesca Calore (LAPTH Annecy): Indirect Detection
  • Laura Covi (University of Gottingen): WIMPs
  • Joshua Foster (MIT): Statistical Tools for Dark Matter Experiments
  • Igor Irastorza (Zaragoza University): Axion Experiments
  • Joerg Jaeckel (Heidelberg University): Axion Theory
  • Massimo Pietroni (University of Parma): Introduction to Cosmology
  • Marko Simonovic (University of Florence): Large Scale Structures

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Francesco D'Eramo (University of Padua & INFN Padua), Luca Di Luzio (INFN Padua), Antonio Masiero (University of Padua & INFN Padua), Marco Peloso (University of Padua & INFN Padua),  Ennio Salvioni (University of Sussex), Luca Vecchi (INFN Padua), Edoardo Vitagliano (University of Padua & INFN Padua)

 

SECRETARIAT: Pina Salente (INFN Padua), Silvana Schiavo (University of Padua), Paola Zenere (University of Padua)

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