The first Consortium Meeting of the Leonardo project aimed at laying the foundation for the next steps in the development of the new supercomputer that projects Italy towards the exascale class of high performance computing for research and innovation.
The third global meeting of the GWverse COST Action, aimed at supporting the training of the next generation of leaders in black-hole physics and gravitational-wave science and the very first "native'' GW/multi-messenger astronomers.
More information about the event are available here.
A three-day meeting for master students to get a glimpse of SISSA's research in mathematics, from geometry to mathematical physics, from mathematical analysis to numerical analysis. The programme includes morning lectures held by professors and informal meetings in the afternoons with the PhD students of the school.
See here for more information.
An International Conference to celebrate Gianni Dal Maso's 65th Birthday.
SISSA celebrates the start of the new academic year with all of its staff and students in the presence of the President of the Italian Republic Sergio Mattarella.
Science journalist Piero Angela will also take part in the Ceremony and will be awarded the Master honoris causa in Science Communication "Franco Prattico".
For more information are available here.
Please not that participation is by invitation only.
A workshop organized in collaboration with Confindustria Venezia Giulia and Rotary Club Trieste on the best tools and behaviours to encourage creativity and innovation in oneself and in the organizations where one operates.
With Massimo Debenedetti - Corporate Vice-President for Research & Innovation at Fincantieri, Giovanni Loser - Former Global GM illycaffè and now GM Biovalleyinvestments Partner and Francesco Menegoni - CEO G&Life Spa.
Ten regional scientific institutes sign an agreement to develop research and study opportunities for scientists forced to flee from war and conflict in their home countries. The ceremony will take place in the Budinich Lecture Hall at ICTP.
A dramatic performance on the role of implicit and explicit bias in decision-making and the approaches the community can use to help address such bias, with particular reference to the academic context. By Lynne Walling, School of Mathematics, University of Bristol, UK.