8th International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics (ICNFP 2019)

Europe/Athens
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         8th International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics (ICNFP 2019)

  • 21 August 2019: Arrival day.  21.08.2019 14:30: Lecture day22 August 2019, 8:30: Opening   
  • 29 August 2019, 18:00: Closing of ICNFP 2019.  30 August 2019: Departure day.

The International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics aims to promote scientific exchange and development of novel ideas in science with a particular accent in interdisciplinarity. The conference will bring together worldwide experts and promising young scientists working on experimental and theoretical aspects of particle, nuclear, heavy ion and astro-particle physics and cosmology, with colleagues from other disciplines, for example solid state physics, mathematics, mathematical physics, quantum optics and other.

The conference will be hosted in the Conference Center of the Orthodox Academy of Creta (OAC), an exceptionally beautiful location only a few meters from the mediteranean sea.

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Participants
  • Aalok Misra
  • Adam Bozson
  • Adam Mateusz Dendek
  • Aidar Ilyasov
  • Akira Ishida
  • Akira Yamamoto
  • Alban Kellerbauer
  • Aleksei Garmash
  • Alena Loesle
  • Alessandra Fantoni
  • Alex Gezerlis
  • Alexander Ayriyan
  • Alexander Dolgov
  • Alexander Sorin
  • Alexandra Friesen
  • Alice Campani
  • Alina Bakinovskaja
  • Allison Lung
  • Amina Zghiche
  • Andrea Falcone
  • Andrea Latina
  • Andrea Pocar
  • Andrea Ventura
  • Andrea Ventura
  • Andreas Athenodorou
  • Andrei Smilga
  • ANDRES CAMILO GRANDA ARANGO
  • Andrey Bezbakh
  • Andrey Efremov
  • Andrey Fomichev
  • Anna Kotova
  • Anna Reine
  • Anna Senger
  • Anna Stakia
  • Anthony Thomas
  • Anton Makarov
  • Antonia Di Crescenzo
  • Antonio Palmieri
  • Antonios Leisos
  • Artem Isakov
  • Artur Pokrovski
  • Bernd-Jochen Schaefer
  • Bong-Hwi Lim
  • Boris Kopeliovich
  • Boris Sharkov
  • Carlos Moreno Martinez
  • Chiara Brofferio
  • Chiara Ghiano
  • Chong Kim
  • Chris Kullenberg
  • Christian Fischer
  • Christine Aidala
  • Christoph Scheidenberger
  • Christos Lampoudis
  • Damian Goeldi
  • Daniela Maria Koeck
  • Daniela Mockler
  • David H Oaknin
  • David Tlusty
  • Deb Sankar Bhattacharya
  • Deshan Kavishka Abhayasinghe
  • Despina Hatzifotiadou
  • Dmitri Ivanov
  • Dmitry Gorbunov
  • Dominik Smith
  • Dragos-Victor Anghel
  • Edoardo Maria Farina
  • Ekaterina Kriukova
  • Ekaterina Shlepkina
  • Elena Arbuzova
  • Emanuele Pace
  • Eugenio Megias
  • eunice asiedu
  • Evgeny Solodov
  • Evgeny Zabrodin
  • EVGUENI NIKOLSKI
  • Fabio Catalano
  • Federico Pinna
  • Florian Hauenstein
  • Francesca Pastore
  • Francesco Guescini
  • Francesco Nuti
  • Frederic Lassiaille
  • Gabriel Gallardo
  • Gabriele Carcassi
  • Gennady Fedotovich
  • Gennady Volkov
  • Georg Schepers
  • Georgios Fanourakis
  • Georgy Burde
  • Gerassimos Petratos
  • Gh Saleh
  • Giles Chatham Strong
  • Giovanni Bisoffi
  • Guido Zavattini
  • Hans Theodor Josef Steiger
  • Hassan YariSadi
  • Herve Partouche
  • Hideo Suganuma
  • Holger Kluck
  • Hovik Grigorian
  • Hrant Gharibyan
  • Huda Algendy
  • Hugo Reinhardt
  • Ignat Fialkovskiy
  • Ignatios Antoniadis
  • Ilknur Koseoglu-Sari
  • Ilya Komarov
  • Ivan Koop
  • Jacopo Pinzino
  • Jan Emil Kisiel
  • Jan M. Pawlowski
  • Jan Rak
  • Jaroslav Bielcik
  • Javier Caravaca Rodriguez
  • Jeff Greensite
  • Jessica Metcalfe
  • Jian-ping Chen
  • Jike Wang
  • Jiri Hejbal
  • John Iliopoulos
  • Jorgen D'Hondt
  • Juergen Eschke
  • Kalakotkas Ewelina
  • Karim Benakli
  • Kasper van Dam
  • Katsunobu Oide
  • Kawtar Hafidi
  • Kazuki Todome
  • Kerstin Hoepfner
  • Konstantin Goulianos
  • Krishna Kumar
  • Kristjan Gulbrandsen
  • Kyrill Bugaev
  • Larisa Bravina
  • Laszlo Pal Csernai
  • Lawrence Lee Jr
  • leo stodolsky
  • Leonardo Giusti
  • Leonid Glozman
  • Leonid Grigorenko
  • Liliana Caballero
  • liuti simonetta
  • Lorenz von Smekal
  • Lorenzo Vitale
  • Luca Pizzimento
  • Lukas Kramarik
  • Lydia Iconomidou-Fayard
  • m Koratzinos
  • Magdalena Kuich
  • Maksim Ulybyshev
  • Marco Mirra
  • Marco Sessa
  • Marco Toppi
  • Maria Lavrova
  • Maria Vasileiou
  • Mariusz Dabrowski
  • Mark Dayvon Goodsell
  • Marta Torti
  • Martin Spousta
  • Martino Gagliardi
  • Massimo Masera
  • Mate Csanad
  • Mattia Fani'
  • Meng Wang
  • Mia Tosi
  • Michael Lublinsky
  • Michael Nycz
  • Michael Petropoulos
  • Michael Suleymanov
  • Michaela Mlynarikova
  • Michal Krelina
  • Mikhail Rumyantsev
  • Milan Stojanovic
  • Mina Katramatou
  • Mykola Savitskyi
  • Myriam Schoenenberger
  • Nadezda Rumyantseva
  • Natalia Molokanova
  • Nataliya Skrobova
  • Nazar Yakovenko
  • Nello Bruscino
  • Nicola Minafra
  • Nikita Levashko
  • Nikolay Gulitskiy
  • Oleg Pavlovsky
  • Oleg Sushkov
  • Oleg Tarasov
  • Oleksandr Vitiuk
  • Ondrej Penc
  • Owe Philipsen
  • Pablo Goldenzweig
  • Paolo Brogi
  • Paolo Francavilla
  • Paul Frampton
  • Paul Glaysher
  • Pavel Mitkin
  • Pavel Sharov
  • Peter Lowdon
  • Peter Minkowski
  • Peter Ostroumov
  • Peter Senger
  • peter spaedtke
  • peter tsang
  • Petr Shatunov
  • Philip Bambade
  • Piergiorgio Fusco
  • Pierluigi Belli
  • Pietro Semenzato Semenzato
  • Pietro Vischia
  • Raffaele Del Grande
  • Rainer Mankel
  • Reisaburo Tanaka
  • Reza Alizadeh Dahdahli
  • Roman Rogalev
  • Ruben Muradian
  • Sabina Anna Czekierda
  • Sadhana Dash
  • Sarka Todorova
  • Savvas Zafeiropoulos
  • Semeon Valgushev
  • Sergey Mironov
  • Sergey Morozov
  • Sergey Morozov
  • Sergey Polozov
  • Seyed Farid Taghavi
  • Shun Furusawa
  • Silvia Nagy
  • Simon Vercaemer
  • Slava Mukhanov
  • Sonja Kabana
  • Soumya Mohapatra
  • Souvik Priyam Adhya
  • Souvik Priyam Adhya
  • Stam Nicolis
  • Stavros Nonis
  • Stefan Alexandru Ghinescu
  • Stefania Bufalino
  • Stefania Vecchi
  • Stefano Mancini
  • Tadej Novak
  • Takashi Hachiya
  • Tatiana Lyubushkina
  • Tatiana Mamonova
  • Tatyana Lozeeva
  • Thibault Chevalérias
  • Thierry Grandou
  • Timur Kulevoy
  • Tong Su
  • Trine Poulsen
  • Tyler Hague
  • Vadim Kolesnikov
  • Valentin Zakharov
  • Valentina Mariani
  • Vasiliki Kouskoura
  • Victor Braguta
  • Victoria Volkova
  • Viktor Matveev
  • Vincenzo Caracciolo
  • Vitaliano Ciulli
  • Vitaly Bornyakov
  • Vladimir Dzhunushaliev
  • Vladimir Nikolaenko
  • Vladimir Nor
  • Vladimir Shevchenko
  • Vratislav Chudoba
  • Wenxiu Li
  • William Beeckman
  • Willibald Plessas
  • Xabier Lobregat
  • Ximo Poveda
  • Yang Zhou
  • Yanwen Liu
  • Yulia Parfenova
  • Yurii Kvasiuk
  • Yury Litvinov
  • Yuta Okazaki
  • Yuta Sano
  • ZEIN-EDDINE MEZIANI
  • Юрий Лозеев
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  • Wednesday, 21 August
    • 15:00 16:00
      Lectures
      Convener: Evgeny Zabrodin (Universiyu of Oslo)
    • 16:00 16:30
      Coffee Break
    • 16:30 17:30
      Lectures
      • 16:30
        Recent results on flow in small systems 30m

        The last decades of high energy physics revealed, that in ultra-relativistic
        ion-ion collisions, a strongly interacting quark gluon plasma (sQGP) is created.
        Varying the collision energy and system size allows for the investigation of the
        phase diagram of QCD matter at different baryochemical potentials and
        temperatures. Varying the system size may also reveal the influence of system
        lifetime on the final state observables. In the recent years, it became a more
        and more important question how the matter created in small but energetic
        collision systems behaves, and the extent of similarity between small and large
        systems is investigated at several experiments. One of the most important
        results of the recent years was the elliptic and triangular flow in p+Au, d+Au
        and He3+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN)=200 GeV at PHENIX. In this talk we will
        review these results, along with a few other important flow measurements from RHIC and LHC.

        Speaker: Mate Csanad (Eotvos University, Budapest)
      • 17:00
        Direct Dark Matter Searches from Accelerator to Underground Experiments 30m

        Understanding if Dark Matter exists and investigate which could be its particle nature is among the highest priorities of present physics researches. Decades of null results from direct detection, indirect detection, and collider searches have cast doubt on several popular theoretical models and motivated many alternative possibilities.
        This work reviews recent progresses in direct dark matter detection performed using different experimental techniques in low radioactive facilities as well as searches carried out with particle accelerators. Special attention will be given to future perspectives in the field of direct dark matter investigation with a special emphasis on the effect of various backgrounds to the sensitivity attainable in future experiments.

        Speaker: Prof. Carmine Elvezio Pagliarone (LNGS-INFN & UNICLAM)
    • 17:30 19:00
      Break
    • 19:00 20:00
      Talk on History of OAC Chapel and Meaning of Blessing. Blessing in the OAC Chapel 1h
      Speaker: Katerina Karkala
    • 20:00 20:30
      Dinner
    • 20:30 21:15
      After dinner talk ”History of Crete” 45m
      Speaker: Emanuela Larentzakis
  • Thursday, 22 August
    • 08:30 09:00
      Opening of the conference
      • 08:30
        Welcome 10m
        Speaker: Dr Konstantinos Zormpas (General Director, OAC)
      • 08:40
        Practical information 15m
        Speaker: Emanuela Larentzakis (Scientific Staff Member, OAC)