von Samstag, 16. Juli 2016 -  08:00 Uhr
bis Freitag, 22. Juli 2016 - 18:00 Uhr

Organization – Chairs

  • Gaetano Scamarcio
    CNR-IFN and University of Bari, Italy

  • Miriam Serena Vitiello
    CNR-NANO and Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy


Speakers (preliminary list)

  • Richard Averitt; UC San Diego, (USA)
  • Paolo De Natale; CNR-INO, Florence (Italy)
  • Kaori Fukunaga; National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Tokyo, (Japan)
  • Manfred Helm; Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (Germany)
  • Rainer Hillenbrand; Nanogune, San Sebastian (Spain)
  • Peter Jepsen; University of Kopenhagen, (Denmark)
  • Tobias Kampfrath; Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin (Germany)
  • Fritz Keilmann; Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität, Munich (Germany)
  • Jacob Khurgin; Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore (USA)
  • Wojciech Knap; CNRS and University of Montpellier, Montpellier (France)
  • Martin Koch; University of Marbourg, (Germany)
  • Edmund Linfield; University of Leeds, (UK)
  • Oleg Mitrofanov; University College of London (UK)
  • Daniel M. Mittleman; Brown University, Providence (USA)
  • Tadao Nagatsuma; Osaka University, (Japan)
  • Mauro Pereira; University of Sheffield, (UK)
  • Manijeh Razeghi; Northwestern University, (USA)
  • Harmut Roskos; University of Frankfurt (Germany)
  • Carlo Sirtori; University of Paris VII, Paris (France)
  • Joo-Hiuk Son; University of Seoul, (Korea)
  • Jerome Tignon; Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris (France)
  • Dmitry Turchinovich; University of Mainz, (Germany)
  • Karl Unterrainer; Technische Universität Wien (Austria)
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  • Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture
Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture
Via Guarnotta 26
+39 0923 869133

The Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture is named after an outstanding Italian physicist. Born in Sicily in 1906, Ettore Majorana’s breadth of vision and exceptional contributions to theoretical physics moved Enrico Fermi to the following statement: «There are many categories of scientists, people of second and third rank, who do their best, but do not go very far. There are also people of first-class rank, who make great discoveries, fundamental to the development of science. But then there are the geniuses, like Galilei and Newton. Well, Ettore Majorana was one of them». Every year since 1963, authors of new discoveries and inventions come to Erice; 85 of them were awarded the Nobel Prize after their participation in the Ettore Majorana Schools and 49 were already Nobel laureates when they started to take part in the Centre activities. These scientific world leaders teach to students from all over the world who are eager to receive the latest knowledge directly from the mouth of its authors. Embracing 126 Schools, covering all branches of Science, the Centre is situated in the old pre-mediaeval city of Erice where four restored monasteries (one of which was the residence of the Viceroy of Sicily during the XIV and XV Centuries) provide an appropriate setting for high intellectual endeavour. These ancient buildings are now named after great scientists and strong supporters of the ‘Ettore Majorana’ Centre. The San Francesco Monastery (former Viceroy’s residence) is now the Eugene P. Wigner Institute with the ‘Enrico Fermi’ Lecture Hall. The San Domenico Monastery is now the Patrick M.S. Blackett Institute with the ‘Paul A.M. Dirac’ Lecture Hall, ‘Robert Hofstadter’ Lecture Hall and ‘John von Neumann’ Lecture Hall. The San Rocco Monastery is now the Isidor I. Rabi Institute with the ‘Richard P. Feynman’ Lecture Hall, the Directorate and the main Secretariat of the Centre. The ‘Ciclope’ is now the Victor F. Weisskopf Institute with the ‘John S. Bell’ and ‘Richard H. Dalitz’ Lecture Halls. There are living quarters in all four Institutes for people attending the Courses at the Centre. The Polo Sismico, the first worldwide Network of Seismological Detectors (1981), is located in the I.I. Rabi Institute. The ‘Paul A.M. Dirac’ Museum is situated at the Patrick M.S. Blackett Institute.

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