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Six and a half years since the beginning of ASPERA (Astroparticle Physics ERANET), the European research landscape for Astroparticle Physics has greatly changed thanks to the efforts of scientists and funding agencies who worked for and participated in the various activities organised in the context of the EU-funded projects ASPERA-1 and ASPERA-2.
This adventure is now coming coming to an end. The scope of this event is therefore two-fold:
a) review and celebrate these activities: strategic roadamapping, relations with industry, interdisciplinarity (synergies with geology, biology, etc), international (european and non-european) collaborations, linking of scientists and research infrastructures, definition of computing models are some of the activities that will be presented during this one-day workshop.
b) prepare and project to the future through the new sustainable structure, the Astroparticle Physics European Consortium (ApPEC), which has been a bold step towards tighter collaboration amongst funding agencies aiming to coordinate the field and implement the roadmap priorities for the next years and in particular in the context of Horizon2020.
The agenda of the event is shown here. All people interested in participating either from the agency side or from the scientific project side are very welcome (in the limits of available space, therefore please register here, there is no fee for participation).
Albert De Roeck
Benedetto D'Ettorre Piazzoli
Francisco del Aguila
Franz von Feilitzsch
Job de Kleuver
(Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics - University of Oxford)
European Commission: Horizon 202030m
the new Astroparticle Physics European Consortium (ApPEC)15m
ApPEC GA Chairman
Roadmap and common calls30m
Interdisciplinarity and ApP20m
Innovation and ApP20m
Linking within Europe20m
(Dipartimento di Fisica Galileo Galilei)
ApPEC from a the point of view of a smaller country20m