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Scuola di dottorato di astrofisica „Francesco Lucchin“

Napoli, 23-27 Maggio 2016

aggiornato al 16 Maggio 2016

 

Le lezioni saranno tenute dai docenti in lingua inglese.

May 23

08:45 Registrations
09:15 Welcome by Massimo Della Valle, Director of INAF OACN
morning session, chairs: E.Cappellaro and M. Della Valle
09:30 A. Pastorello - Supernovae Core Collapse
10:30 D. de Martino - CV/Novae
11:30 coffee break
12.00 D. de Martino - CV/Novae
13:00 lunch
14:00 visit to the museum
afternoon session, chair: M. Viel
14:45 P. Bull - Cosmology with SKA and pathfinders
15:45 T. Kitching - Weak Lensing with Euclid
16:45 coffee break
17:15 T. Kitching - Weak Lensing with Euclid
end at ~18:15

May 24

morning session, chairs: E.Cappellaro and M. Della Valle
09:15 M. Branchesi - Electromagnetic Counterparts of Gravitational Waves
10:15 F. Mannucci - Supernovae-Ia
11:15 coffee break  
11:45 F. Mannucci - Supernovae-Ia
12:45 group photo
13.00 lunch 
afternoon session, chair: M. Viel
14:00 T. Kitching - Weak Lensing with Euclid
15:00 L. Guzzo - Clustering with Large Redshift Surveys: the road to Euclid
16:00 coffee break 
16:30 L. Guzzo - Clustering with Large Redshift Surveys: the road to Euclid
17:30 P. Bull - Cosmology with SKA and pathfinders
end at ~18:30

May 25

morning session, chairs: E.Cappellaro and M. Della Valle
09:15 S. Kulkarni - The Dynamical Optical Sky
10:15 M. Branchesi - Electromagnetic Counterparts of Gravitational Waves
11:15 coffee break
11:45 F. Mannucci - Supernovae-Ia
13:00 lunch
afternoon session, chair: M. Viel
14:00 L. Guzzo - Clustering with Large Redshift Surveys: the road to Euclid
15:00 C. Porciani - Cosmology with large Scale Structure
16:00 coffee break
16:30 C. Porciani - Cosmology with large Scale Structure
17:30 N. Napolitano - Dark Matter and Dark Energy with optical and near infrared surveys. Mapping the Southern Sky with European Facilities (special talk)
end at ~18:30

May 26

morning session, chairs: E.Cappellaro and M. Della Valle
09:15 A. Pastorello - Supernovae Core Collapse
10:15 S. Kukarni - The Dynamical Optical Sky
11:15 coffee break
11:45 S.Kulkarni - The Dynamical Optical Sky
12:45 lunch
afternoon session, chair: M. Viel
13:45 G. Longo - Data Flow in the next decade: VLT E-ELT, JWST, SKA (guest lecture)
14:45 C. Porciani - Cosmology with large Scale Structure
15:45 coffee break
16:15 C. Porciani - Cosmology with large Scale Structure
end at ~17:15
20:00 Social Dinner

May 27

morning session, chairs: E.Cappellaro and M. Della Valle
09:30 S. Campana - Gamma Ray Bursts
10:30 A. Pastorello - Supernovae Core Collapse
11:30 coffee break
12:00 S. Campana - Gamma Ray Bursts
13:00 lunch
afternoon session, chair: M. Viel
14:00 S. Capozziello - Cosmology in the Gravitational Waves Era (guest lecture)
15:00 P. Bull - Cosmology with SKA and pathfinders
16:00 coffee break
end at ~16:30

 

Stellar Explosions: Novelty and Rarity

Chairs: E.Cappellaro and M. Della Valle

Stellar explosion are among the most powerful and luminous events in the Universe. Their progenitors require special conditions to form and upon their explosive death, they release energy and heavy elements back into the environment and a new cycle of star-formation begins with different initial conditions. Stellar explosions play an important role in the evolution of galaxies across the entire history of the universe. The lectures will be devoted to CV/Novae, massive SNe and GRBs, SNe Ia and the quest on their progenitors as well as the role of current and future facilities to catch transient events in different energy regimes.

Plan of the Lectures (16h)
• A. Pastorello (Padova Observatory, INAF-Padova): Supernovae Core Collapse (3h)
• S. Campana (Brera Observatory, INAF-Milano): Gamma Ray Bursts (2h)
• F. Mannucci (Arcetri Observatory, INAF-Firenze): Supernovae-Ia (3h)
• D. de Martino (Capodimonte Observatory, INAF-Napoli): CV/Novae (2h)
• S. Kulkarni (California Institute of Tehnology, USA): The Dynamical Optical Sky (3h)
• M. Branchesi (Dipartimento Scienze Pure ed Applicate, Università di Urbino): Electromagnetic Counterparts of Gravitational Waves (2h)
• Guest lecture by G. Longo (Dipartimento di Fisica, Università Federico II, Napoli): Data Flow in the next decade: VLT E-ELT, JWST, SKA (1h)

 

Cosmology with Large Surveys

Chair: M. Viel

Cosmology overlaps with theoretical physics in studying the properties of space and time, their connection with gravitation, and the formation of structure in the universe. Observational cosmology relies on the study of galaxies and the dependence of their properties with distance and epoch to constrain the history of the universe. The lectures will be devoted to reconstruction of large scale structure, galaxy clustering, physics of the inter-galactic medium and galaxy formation with ongoing and future large surveys.

Plan of the Lectures (15h)
• L. Guzzo (Brera Observatory, INAF-Milano): Clustering with Large Redshift Surveys: the road to Euclid (3h)
• T. Kitching (Mullar Space Science Laboratory, University College London, UK): Weak Lensing with Euclid (3h)
• C. Porciani (Argelander Institut fur Astronomie, Bonner Universitat, D): Cosmology with large Scale Structure (4h)
• P. Bull (JPL/Caltech, USA): Cosmology with SKA and pathfinders (3h)
• Guest lecture by S.Capozziello (Dipartimento di Fisica, Università Federico II, Napoli): Cosmology in the Gravitational Waves Era (1h)
• Guest lecture by N. Napolitano (INAF Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte, Napoli): Dark Matter and Dark Energy with optical and near infrared surveys. Mapping the Southern Sky with European Facilities talk special (1h)