FEMALE SCIENTISTS. TALENTS TO ENHANCE FOR A SUCCESSFUL SCIENCE

scienziate evento donneOn May 20 the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome will host the event Scienziate. Talenti da valorizzare per una scienza di successo (Female scientists. Talents to enhance for a successful science), organized within the competition for secondary schools Women and research in physics: opportunities, obstacles and challenges, promoted by INFN, the Italian National Institute for Nuclear Physics, and the Italian National Research Council Institute for Research on Population and Social Policy IRPPS, partner of the European network GENERA - Gender Equality Network in the European Research Area.

The award ceremony of the competition, in the first part of the event, will be followed by dialogues with scientists, accompanied by illustrated readings of historical witnesses. On stage and remotely, young female researchers and expert scientists will take turns: from the aspiring astronaut Linda Raimondo to the first Italian woman to graduate in aerospace engineering, Amalia Ercoli Finzi, to the frontier research conducted by Marica Branchesi in the field of gravitational waves and by Anna Grassellino for quantum computing. The whole event will be moderated by Sara Zambotti and Massimo Cirri, Radio Rai. 

MAY 20, 3.00 PM – 8.30 PM, FEMALE SCIENTISTS. TALENTS TO ENHANCE FOR A SUCCESSFUL SCIENCE
Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome

The event is open to schools and to everyone interested. Registration is required through the registration form. Discover more

 

ART&SCIENCE ACROSS ITALY, FINAL EVENT OF THE III EDITION

14 MAY, AT 4.30 PM, AWARD OF THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION
14 MAY, AT 6.30 PM, WITH ART AND WITH SCIENCE: the universe tells its story
Acacia Theater Cinema, Naples

The third edition of the project Art&Science across Italy, promoted by INFN and CERN, will be closed with the awarding of the winning works and an event that explores the intersection between the languages of art and science. With Fernando Ferroni, INFN researcher and GSSI professor, Pierluigi Paolucci, INFN researcher, Luca Ralli, cartoonist, Maria Giulia Scarcella, actress, Alice Visentin, artist. Moderated by Massimo Cirri and Sara Zambotti, Radio Rai. 

  

70 INFN - THE LOCAL EVENTS DEDICATED TO THE 70 YEARS OF THE INSTITUTE CONTINUE

11 MAY, 9.30 A.M. - 6.30 pm, 35 YEARS OF PARTICLE PHYISICS IN SPACE of the INFN Rome Tor Vergata Division
Sala degli Svizzeri, Villa Mondragone, Monte Porzio Catone (RM)

Organized by INFN Rome Tor Vergata Division. Find out more.

13 MAY, 5.00 PM - 8.30 PM, TELLING MAJORANA: A STORY THAT LOOKS TO THE FUTURE
Sangiorgi Theatre, Catania
Organized by INFN National Southern Laboratories. Find out more.

25 MAY, 3.00 PM - 6.00 PM, RESEARCH AND INNOVATION LOOKING TO THE FUTURE - 50 years of the INFN Bari Division
Teatro Piccini, Bari
Organized by INFN Bari Division. Find out more.

28 MAY, 10.00 AM - 7.00 PM, RE-OpenLabs 2022
Frascati National Laboratories (RM) 
Organized by INFN Frascati National Laboratories. Find out more.

 

MAY 9-11, INFN AT PINT OF SCIENCE

After two years of absence from the pubs, the event where science is told in front of a beer is back. Many INFN researchers will be involved in the event, in 23 Italian cities. Find out more

 

FROM MAY 20TH TO 22TH, INFN AT PLAY - FESTIVAL OF THE GAME
ModenaFiere, Modena

INFN will be present in the exhibition area of the Festival, with games and interactive activities for children and families. Find out more

 

FROM 19 TO 23 MAY, THE INFN AT THE TURIN BOOK FAIR 2022
Lingotto Fiere, Torino

INFN participates to the Turin Book Fair with its editorial projects and other projects dedicated to the world of books. The Fair will be also an occasion to present the last number of tte INFN asimmetrie focused on complexity. Find out more.

 

FROM 5 MAY TO 1 JUNE, TOWARDS #LHCRUN3
on the Instagram profile @infn_insights

Meetings live on Instagram to learn more about the new physics program at the world's most powerful particle accelerator

Watch previous events: 

MAY 5 AT 6:30 p.m. | The Large Hadron Collider
Instagram live with Mirko Pojer, co-head of a project to strengthen LHC to safely increase energy, the DISMAC (Diode InSulation and MAgnet Consolidation) project. Watch again the live stream

Upcoming events: 

MAY 10 AT 6.30 pm | The CMS experiment
Instagram live with Caterina Aruta, PhD student at the University of Bari and INFN researcher working on the CMS experiment at CERN.

19 MAY AT 6.30 PM | The ALICE experiment
Instagram live with Chiara De Martin, PhD student at the University of Trieste and INFN researcher working on the ALICE experiment at CERN.

26 MAY, 18:30 | The LHCb experiment
Instagram live with Serena Maccolino, PhD student at the University of Bologna and INFN researcher working on the LHCb experiment at CERN.

1 JUNE, 6:30 pm |The ATLAS experiment
Instagram live with Giada Mancini, researcher at INFN Frascati National Laboratories working on the ATLAS experiment at CERN.

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