106th National Congress of the Italian Physical Society
This year, the Italian Physical Society holds the 106th National Congress online, 14-18 September. The challenge is to organize a Congress which follows the scientific tradition, with innovative elements from IT tools.
The link to the online Congress is: https://congresso2020.sif.it
The participation is free and requires a registration.
The opening ceremony is held online, on Monday September 14th, at 9. 30, and it is followed by an Introduction from the President, Prof. Angela Bracco (Milan University and INFN), who communicates a number of prizes and recognitions. One of the winner of the prestigious Fermi Prize is Prof. Sandro De Silvestri from Politecnico di Milano.
Of relevance for the our Milan Physics Department is the prize received by
Sara Ziliani (PhD Student XXXIV Ciclo, Nuclear Physics) for the
2019 Best Communication - Section 1, Nuclear and subuclear Physics,
with the title “Lifetime measurements of the second 2+ state in neutron-rich 16C and 20O with the AGATA+PARIS+VAMOS setup”, which has reported results from the AGATA collaboration.
The Plenary Talks, chaired by the President of the Section, and the Invited Talks, chaired by the Presidents of the Parallel Sections, are given "live" with the possibility of questions and comments:
- Sezione 1 Fisica nucleare e subnucleare
President: Silvia Leoni (Università di Milano)
- Sezione 2 Fisica della materia
President: Paolo Biscari (Politecnico di Milano)
- Sezione 3 Astrofisica
President: Piera Sapienza (INFN LNS, Catania)
- Sezione 4 Geofisica e fisica dell’ambiente
President: Antonio Costa (INGV, Bologna)
- Sezione 5 Biofisica e fisica medica
President: Cristiano Viappiani (Università di Parma)
- Sezione 6 Fisica applicata, acceleratori e beni culturali
President: Massimo Chiari (INFN LABEC, Firenze)
- Sezione 7 Didattica e storia della fisica
Presidents: Federico Corni (Università di Bolzano) e Enrico Giannetto (Università di Bergamo)
Recorded presentations are available for the Communications.
Next to the 7 Sections, the Sezione Giovani is planned for the morning of Thursday 17th, in collaboration with the Associazione Italiana Studenti di Fisica (AISF).