Il giorno 4 marzo 2013, Città della Scienza il museo interattivo di Napoli, il più grande del nostro Paese, in una sola notte è stato distrutto da un incendio, di probabile origine dolosa. È una perdita enorme per la vita culturale della citta di Napoli e dell'Italia intera. Il Direttore della SISSA, Guido Martinelli esprime la solidarietà della Scuola per Città della Scienza, augurando una rapida ricostruzione del Museo.
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June 26th, 2013 - from 2.00 to 5.00 pm
With this wokshop participants will learn the essentials of communicating complex science concepts through their writing. The course will be conducted by the renowned, award-winning journalist and former Guardian science editor Tim Radford. The workshop is designed for all those interested in becoming a science journalist at the international level. Workshop length is three hours. Maximum course size is 40.
Held on: Wednesday 26 June 2013
March 6, 2013
«Happy Birthday to all the students and to all those who have been working for the School and have given their contribution to our past and present achievements and who will undoubtedly keep on contributing to our future success as well»
The Director, Guido Martinelli
«Tanti auguri a tutti gli studenti e a tutti quelli che lavorano per la Scuola ed hanno contributo ai nostri successi passati e presenti e certamente contribuiranno a quelli futuri»
Il Direttore, Guido Martinelli
Venerdi 8 marzo 2013, ore 11.30
SISSA - Aula 132
Bruno Pontecorvo: un fisico straordinario e un personaggio stravagante la cui storia personale ripercorre da vicino quella altrettanto travagliata dell'Europa del secolo scorso, tra i drammi della Seconda guerra mondiale e il pantano della Guerra fredda. Nato in Italia, ha lavorato poi a lungo in Francia e infine in Russia, sua patria adottiva. Proprio l'esperienza italiana, fondamentale nel suo percorso di scienziato, è stato argomento di una conferenza pubblica venerdì 8 marzo alla SISSA di Trieste.
March 5, 2013
Cristian Micheletti, a scientist of the International School for Advanced Studies of Trieste (SISSA), has published in Physics of Life Reviews a review on an innovative instrument for protein analysis, a method for which Micheletti and his research team are a reference point for the international scientific community.
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March 4, 2013
It's called FRIDa and it's the new image database created at the International School for Advanced Studies of Trieste to carry out research on eating behaviors and choices. It is a tool accessible to all and published in the review Human Frontiers in Neuroscience that will be very useful to the international community of scientists who study food-related issues.
28 febbraio, ore 17.30
SISSA - Aula 128
Giovedì 28 febbraio il Laboratorio Interdisciplinare per le Scienze Naturali e Umanistiche della SISSA ha invitato il pubblico al quarto degli appuntamenti legati al mondo della fotografia vista come un ponte tra arte e scienza. Il titolo di questo nuovo incontro è stato "Fotografia oltre la fotografia" ed è stato tenuto da Andrea Tomicich.
February 27th, 2:30 p.m.
SISSA - Main Lecture Hall
The equations of General Relativity have been solved only in very simple cases. Frans Pretorius of Princeton University held at SISSA a public conference to illustrate the innovative method he has employed to obtain solutions of Einstein's General Relativity in realistic problems for modern astrophysics like, for instance, the collision of black holes.
The DNA tends to become entangled, yet according to a research carried out by Cristian Micheletti of the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) of Trieste and by Enzo Orlandini of Università di Padova, it is possible to obtain knot-free filaments by having them pass through a nano-channel. The research is now one of the "hot papers" in the Soft Matter review and is now accessible free of charge for a four week period.
The call for the Master in Complex Actions (MCA) of SISSA, the International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste, is now open. The course, which aims at integrating scientific thought with the practices of public and private organizations, has now reached its third edition and will feature this year two important new elements: the focus will be on Energy and the destination of the study trip will be Saudi Arabia.
Applications must be received by Tuesday, April 2nd 2013 at 12.00 (Rome time).
June 17-21, 2013 - SISSA
Hilbert schemes of points are a traditional field of interest for algebraic geometers. Work by Nakajima and others established a relation between their geometry and the representation theory of Heisenberg-Clifford algebras.
More recent research connected Hilbert schemes with other infinite-dimensional algebras, such as Cherednik algebras, quantum Heisenberg algebras, Kac-Moody algebras, and so on. This conference aimed at providing an updated survey of the state of the art in this area of research in its various aspects.
A few years ago it was found that certain proteins, the prions, when defective are dangerous, as they are involved in neurodegenerative syndromes such as the Creutzfeldt-Jakob and the Alzheimer diseases. But now research is showing their good side, too: when performing well, prions may be crucial in the development of the brain during childhood, as observed by a study carried out by a team of neuroscientists at SISSA which appeared in the Journal of Neuroscience.
La scuola media Guido Corsi e la Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA), nell'ambito del "Progetto teatro", il 26 febbraio 2013 alle ore 11.00 per le scuole cittadine e alle ore 17 per il pubblico, hanno presentato l'opera teatrale di Bertolt Brecht "Vita di Galileo".
Sul palco dell'Aula Magna della SISSA ragazzi e scienziati hanno dato vita a una specialissima versione della famosa opera che celebra la libertà del pensiero scientifico.
Studying the molecular mechanisms of olfaction and understanding why certain proteins useful for the tactile system are also found in olfactive neurons. These are the aims of Simone Pifferi, a researcher at the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) who has just earned the Marie Curie Career Integration Grant, a European scholarship that will enable him to pursue his studies in Italy.
July 15-26, 2013 at SISSA
Social Cognitive Neuroscience is an emerging field with an interdisciplinary vision on human behavior in social contexts. This perspective, built on confluence of neurological, cognitive, and social sciences, addresses fundamental questions about the interaction between the mind/brain and the social world.
July 15-26, 2013 at SISSA
SCoNe School Structure
Giovedì 7 febbraio 2013, ore 17.30
SISSA - Aula 128
Il Laboratorio Interdisciplinare per le Scienze Naturali e Umanistiche della SISSA ha organizzato il terzo degli appuntamenti legati al mondo della fotografia vista come ponte tra arte e scienza.
Il titolo di questo nuovo incontro è stato "Giochi di luce" e sarà tenuto da Andrea Tomicich.
On Thursday 31 January an international delegation of MEPs of the Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats visited the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA).
"He landed the job because he has connections." How many times you have heard these words? Now a study confirms what is apparently only a stereotype. The research, published in the Journal of Statistical Physics, which also involves the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) of Trieste, is entitled, quite eloquently, "The Social Climbing Game".
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Some materials, which have very important electrical properties in electronics, could be replaced by a new organic compound whose processing is simple, economical and respectful of the environment. The discovery has been published in Science magazine and features among its authors two SISSA researchers.