Giulio Regeni was a scientist like us. We hope his cruel death may serve to focus our attention on the need to respect human rights.
SISSA, the International School for Advanced Studies, was founded in 1978 and is a scientific center of excellence within the national and international academic scene. Located in Italy, in the city of Trieste, it features about 65 professors, approximately a 100 post-docs and 250 PhD students. Situated on the scenic Karst upland, the School is surrounded by a 25 acre park, and offers a stunning view of the Gulf of Trieste.
The three main research areas of SISSA are Physics, Neuroscience and Mathematics.
Fin dall’inizio dell’epidemia di COVID-19 i ricercatori e le ricercatrici della SISSA stanno lavorando a vari livelli per comprendere il virus, trovare nuove terapie e sviluppare strategie di contenimento adeguate. Qui di seguito sono brevemente illustrati alcuni dei progetti di ricerca in corso.
Ripartono alcune delle attività in sede e una serie di procedure sono state sviluppate per garantire la sicurezza di tutti. Qui sono riassunte attraverso una serie di Frequently Asked Questions.
A webinar by Luca Ferretti of the Big Data Institute in Oxford on the challenges of the app-based approaches for the epidemic control of COVID-19.
To attend please register ahead at the following: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hVd-EXGkSMeZIhp0nzwTjQ
SISSA is Partner of SAFE (Realtime Damage Manager And Decision Support), a Research and Development project in the field of maritime technologies. The project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and in the framework of Regional Operational Program (2014-2020) of the Italian Region Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Il Master in High Performance Computing (MHPC) organizza la II edizione dell'evento "HPC: sfidare il presente per innovare il futuro"
A talk by Herbert Spohn of the Technical University Munich on the hydrodynamics of integrable many-body systems and in particular of the classical Toda lattice.
The event will take place in room 128-129.
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.