Congressi-prima del 2012

Congressi e Workshop organizzati (o co-organizzati) da IASF e IFSI prima del 2012

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The Extreme and Variable High Energy Sky
19-23 Settembre 2011, Chia Laguna Resort (Cagliari) Italy
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The Golden Age of Cataclysmic Variables and Related Objects
12-17 Settembre 2011, Splendid Hotel La Torre, Palermo (Italy)
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International Workshop on Paolo Farinella (1953-2000): the scientist and the man
Giugno 14-16 2010, Università degli Studi di Pisa (Pisa)
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Vulcano Workshop 2010
Frontier Objects in Astrophysics and Particle Physics
24-29 May 2010, Vulcano (Italy)
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Dawn Science Team Meeting
Aprile 13-15, 2010, Hotel Torre S.Angelo, Tivoli
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Rosetta Lutetia Fly-by Preparation Workshop,
Ottobre 20-22 , 2009, Villa Tuscolana (Frascati)
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The Extreme sky: Sampling the Universe above 10 keV
13th – 17th October 2009
Otranto (Lecce) Italy, Castello Aragonese
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SolO SWA Team Meeting
Settembre 21–23, 2009, ARTOV Roma
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SAFARI Meeting
Settembre, 15-16, 2009, ARTOV Roma

HELAS, the European Network of Helio- and Asteroseismology
“Synergies between solar and stellar modelling’
22-26 June 2009, Rome
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2nd SERENA-Hermean Environment Working Group (HEWG) Meeting
Giugno, 7-13, 2009, Mykonos
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The Surface Composition of Mercury from Ultraviolet-Visible-Infrared Spectroscopy: State of the Art and Future Strategies
3-5 June 2009, University of Parma
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Gravity: Where do we stand? VIII edition
May 11-15, 2009, Villa Olmo, Rome
Gravitation, the weakest of the four known fundamental forces in nature, stands on a special footing among the other interactions. It is at the same time simple and complex. Simple in its fundamental working, as curvature of spacetime. Complex in its machinery of intertwining scales: small distances, planetary systems, compact astrophysical objects, galaxies and large scale structures, all the way up to cosmology and the working of the universe as a whole. Thanks to the ongoing technological advances it is now possible to explore the nature of gravitation , in the different domains in which it is effective, with unprecedented accuracy. It is the purpose of the school to provide the state of the art in several of these domains: Newtons law and its possible modifications at very short distances and at cosmological distance scales; post-Newtonian effects around the earth and in the solar system; strong field gravity in binary systems of compact objects; efforts towards directly detecting gravitational waves; and the challenges that the attempts at unifying all fundamental forces in the framework of a consistent quantum theory pose to Einsteins vision of the universe.
About this school: These Schools are directed to PH.D. students and young Post-Docs in Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics who are interested in widening their knowledge in the fields of Physical Cosmology, Relativistic Astrophysics, General Relativity, Experimental Gravity and the Modern Quantum Theories of Gravitation. The Schools wish to introduce students to current problems, highlighting their importance and potential scientific impact. Lecturers will report on theoretical, observational and experimental aspects of the research, reviewing latest achievements in the field.
Sponsors: SIGRAV (Italian Society for Gravitational Physics); INFN (National Institute of Nuclear Physics); University of Insubria; Department of Physics and Mathematics of the University of Insubria at Como; IFSI-INAF, Rome; Galileian Plus S.r.l., Rome
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25 – 30 May 2009, Vulcano (Italy)
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3rd ARENA Conference
Maggio, 11-15, 2009, Frascati, Italy

The coming of age of x-ray polarimetry
April 27-30, 2009, Centro Studi Americani Via Michelangelo Caetani 32, Roma
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Meeting COST Action ESO803
Aprile, 1-3, 2009, Rome
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2009 Course on: Solar terrestrial physics from the polar regions
April 6 -11, 2009, L’Aquila
Presentation: The implications of solar terrestrial effects have been identified as a crucial item in many aspects of human life, besides the inherent scientific motivations that make this field one of the most interesting for research. It is recognized that space weather and climate change depend on solar terrestrial effects to a large extent. Antarctica has been identified as one of the platforms from which solar terrestrial effects can be best studied, given the mapping of magnetospheric phenomena to the polar regions via the lines of the Earth magnetic field. This led SCAR (the Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research of ICSU), to approve in 2004 a multi-year research program of its own, ICESTAR  (Interhemispheric Conjugacy Effects in Solar Terrestrial and Aeronomy Research). This research program was later proposed, and approved by the IPY (International Polar Year). The IPY comes to an end in March 2009, and this motivates the program of the school. The aim of the school will be to report advances and propose developments in several fields of research in the framework of SCAR and the IPY. The IPY has addressed both hemispheres, Antarctica and the Arctic; both will be focused on in the presentations.
About this school: The International School of Space Science (ISSS) began its activity in 1991. The School is organized by the Consorzio Interuniversitario per la Fisica Spaziale (C.I.F.S.) which joins several Italian Universities active in the field of Space Science (Catania, Firenze, L’Aquila, Milano, Roma “La Sapienza”, Roma “Tor Vergata”, Torino, Trieste) and Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica (INAF). Since foundation ISSS is directed by prof. U. Villante.
Sponsors: Regione Abruzzo – ASI – INAF/IFSI – Università degli Studi dell’Aquila – INGV
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VIRTIS Science Meeting
Marzo, 30-31, 2009, ARTOV, Roma

IDIS Meeting
Gennaio, 19-21, 2009, ARTOV Roma
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SERENA Preliminary Design Review
Dicembre 2-3, 2008, Roma  

Bepi Colombo Geodesy and Heophysics working group meeting
Ottobre 20-22, 2008, Roma, ARTOV

Polarimetry days in Rome: Crab status, theory and prospects
16-17 October 2008 Centro Congressi Conte di Cavour, Rome
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CIS Cluster/HIA Double Star/RAPID Cluster Joint Team Meeting and Solar  Wind-Magnetosphere interaction Workshop
Ottobre 13-17, 2008, Venezia
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VIRTIS Meeting
Ottobre 2-3, 2008, Roma, ARTOV

2nd ISSI Europlanet Joint Workshop
Settembre 17-21, 2008, Berna  

26 – 31 May 2008, Vulcano (Italy)
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Joint SERENA-Hermean Environment Working Group conference
Maggio 12-14, 2008, Santa Fe (NM, USA), cosponsored IFSI-SwRI
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Europlanet-IDIS Technical Meeting
Maggio 6-7, 2008, Roma ARTOV

Europa-Jupiter International Science Workshop
Aprile 21-22, 2008, ESRIN, Frascati

Announcement: This is to announce a Workshop in association with studies for an international Europa/Jupiter System Mission in collaboration between NASA, ESA, JAXA and possibly other international partners. This mission would carry out an in-depth study of Europa and the Jupiter system, with special emphasis on studying Europa’s habitability in the global context of the Jupiter system. Following ESA’s Cosmic Vision call for a mission to be launched in the 2015-2025 time-frame, two missions were selected to study a candidate large mission to the Outer Solar System: 1) LAPLACE (Europa-Jupiter) and 2) TandEM (Titan and Enceladus – Saturn). JAXA and Roscosmos previously supported the LAPLACE proposal, and in 2007 NASA conducted studies of the Europa Explorer and the Jupiter System Observer as concepts for a flagship-class mission to Europa and the Jupiter system.
The purpose of this Workshop is to provide a venue for the international science community interested in the exploration of Europa and the Jupiter system to discuss the scientific and measurement objectives in the current plans by the space agencies that are now engaged in studying this very exciting and challenging mission to Europa and the Jupiter system. All contributions from the community are welcome, to address in particular the following three aspects of the mission design:
– Science objectives and support to science planning,
– Mission profile definition to meet these objectives within a three-spacecraft mission architecture,
– Design of the necessary payload elements, including advanced payload concepts to meet the stringent resource and environment constraints of the mission.
The Workshop was organised by INAF-IFSI and CESR with the support of ESA and NASA.

Aprile 16, 2008, Roma, ARTOV

Marzo 10-12, 2008, Roma, Workshop Nazionale organizzato da ASI e INAF-IFSI

SERENA progress meeting
Febbraio, 13, 2008, Roma, ARTOV

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May 28 – June 2, 2007, Vulcano (Italy)
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FIVE YEARS OF INTEGRAL: A Science Workshop in Sardinia
October 17th – 19th, 2007, Chia Laguna (Cagliari)
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22-27 May, 2006, Vulcano (Italy)
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