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April 11 will be the first edition of the International Day of Children's Universities, a day dedicated to universities that systematically offer outreach activities and programs for kids and teenagers
A course with Francesca Romana Vender for all students and postdocs, April 11 and 12. Extended Deadline for registration: April 10
The next SISSA Colloquium will be held Wednesday, April 10th, at 16:30, in Aula Magna Budinich with a seminar by Alessandra Celletti (Università di Roma Tor Vergata)
Established by the Conference of Italian University Rectors - CRUI and with the patronage of the Ministry of University and Research, the first National Day of Italian Universities will be celebrated on 20 March...
This plan serves as the primary programming document for the School, aiming to frame current and future actions within guidelines and an overarching vision that work as a reference for the School's activities...
TMEM16F, a membrane protein involved in several crucial biological processes, including blood coagulation and Covid-19 pathogenesis, has been the focus of an innovative study conceived and led by a team of researchers and former PhD students from SISSA in collaboration with other institutions...
Sensory experience and time perception are interwoven in the somatosensory cortex. In this brain region, the neuronal codes for both percepts are carried together...
FameLab is the international competition challenging young scientists with the talent of communication to tell in just 3 minutes the object of his or her study, or a scientific topic they are interested in. The selection will take place on the morning of Friday, 5 April 2024, at the Sala Luttazzi of Magazzino 26 (Porto Vecchio)...
From 27 February to 1 March, the international conference of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics will be held in Trieste, a unique opportunity for researchers and enterpreneurs to meet...
A new study conducted by an international collaboration that includes the University of Cambridge and SISSA, reveals vital clues about the 'coldness' of dark matter, the mysterious component making up 80% of all matter in the universe
The traditional Boltzmann Lecture for this year will be held on Tuesday, February 20th, at 16:00 in room 128-129. The seminar will be presented by Francesca Ferlaino, Professor at the Institute for Experimental Physics, Universität Innsbruck, Austria & Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (IQOQI), Austrian Academy of Science. 
Today, ESA’s space telescope Euclid begins its survey of the dark Universe. Over the next six years, Euclid will observe billions of galaxies across 10 billion years of cosmic history. Learn how the team prepared Euclid in the months after launch for this gigantic cosmic quest.

Enrollments are now open for the eleventh edition of the specialization course “Master in High Performance Computing” (MHPC) co-organized by the Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA) and the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP).

MHPC is an innovative advanced training program with the aim of training a new class of professionals able to exploit and manage the powerful, complex and modern technologies underlying HPC. 

Watch this special documentary film, produced as part of the Bid4Best programme, on the efforts to uncover the physics of black hole formation and galaxy evolution
Led by ESA, with the participation of NASA and national space agencies, the mission has been made possible by an international consortium of scientists, the LISA Consortium, which also includes researchers at SISSA.
On 17th January 2024, from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., SISSA will host iNEST Meet&Drink, a networking session followed by a happy hour tailored for doctoral students and researchers...
The mini-halos of dark matter scattered throughout the Cosmos could function as highly sensitive probes of primordial magnetic fields. This is what emerges from a theoretical study conducted by SISSA and published in Physical Review Letters...

Since the set up of the European Research Council in 2007, SISSA has secured 30 ERC grants, thus ranking among the top host institutions in Italy, especially with respect to the small faculty size...

All the upcoming Special Lectures and Colloquia organized by SISSA in 2024

A new model shows how a small "noise" originating from the formation of the cosmic web could explain the accelerated expansion of the Universe...