Perugia, 21 Jan 2020 The NiPS annual meeting, held in Perugia on Jan 22nd, is the traditional event during which we review the ongoing activities and plan for future developments.
Perugia, Dec 16 2019
Roma, 5th Dec. 2019 Rossella Panarese presented the book “Perché è difficile prevedere il futuro”, by L. Gammaitoni and A. Vulpiani, at the Fiera del Libro in Rome. The book, in italian, is edited by Dedalo ed. Please find it
Kraków, 4th Dec. 2019 Francesco Cottone and Luigi Catacuzzeno participated at the 19th International Conference on Micro and Nanotechnology for Power Generation and Energy Conversion Applications in Kraków, Poland 2-6 December 2019. In the picture Luigi Catacuzzeno is presenting the work on Bio
Roma 4th Dec 2019 Rossella Panarese on Radio3Scienza, RAI Radio Magazine devoted to science, interviews Luca Gammaitoni on “why it is difficult to predict the future”. Listen to the audio (in italian) here: Radio3Scienza
The last edition of the NiPS summer school was a success! The School have seen the participation of 45 students and more than 20 teachers, from all around the world. Following a gallery of photos taken during the event, for
Barcelona, 5 Aug. 2019 L. Gammaitoni from NiPS visited University of Barcelona for discussing future collaborations.
Valencia, 7-12 JULY, 2019 NiPS Laboratory proposal for operating gravitational wave detectors out of equilibrium has been presented by Luca Gammaitoni at the 22nd International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation – 13th Edoardo Amaldi Conference on Gravitational Waves, recently
Fiuggi, 15-19 July, 2019 Luca Gammaitoni, teaches a course on “Fundamental limits in the ICT energy consumption” at the Fifteenth International Summer School on Advanced Computer Architecture and Compilation for High-Performance and Embedded Systems (ACACES), organised by the HiPEAC consortium
Assisi, July 4th 2019 USA-ITALY SYMPOSIUM Energy flows in noisy nonlinear systems at the microscopic scale Collaboration between the Noise in Physical Systems laboratory, University of Perugia, and Prof. Arjendu Pattanayak group at the Department of Physics and Astronomy, Carleton