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Call for 2023 Workshop Proposals


The Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics organizes and hosts extended research programs, called GGI workshops, that are devoted to topics of recent activity within the domains of quantum field and string theory, phenomenology of the standard model and beyond, statistical field theory and complex systems, nuclear and hadronic physics, astro/cosmo-particle physics and related areas.

The programs are selected by the Scientific Committee.

The scientific activities of each workshop are coordinated by three or more organizers. With the help of partecipants, they decide about seminars, lessons, topical discussions etc. The simultaneous presence of at least two organizers is requested. Within each workshop a conference is usually organized, that may help setting up the focus of the program and/or drawing conclusions and outlook. One or more focus weeks on subtopics can also be planned. Training weeks for PhD students and post-docs can be envisaged by the organizers. Workshop participants are encouraged to come for two-three weeks, shorter one-week stays being considered as exceptional.

Participants can ask for a financial support. It covers the accommodation in studio apartments that is usually paid directly. Several other accommodations can be provided with extra cost to those coming with their family. Travel expenses can be paid only in particular cases and special funds are available for young researchers.

The typical format of the GGI workshops is a 6-8 week length and about 80 participants in total (maximum 35 simultaneous participants)

Proposals for the 2023 workshops should be submitted by January 31, 2022, by filling the application form. It is strongly encouraged to send an informal pre-proposal by e-mail to the by December 15, 2021. All proposals will be reviewed and selected by the Scientific Committee within February 2022.
A GGI workshop proposal should contain:

Members of the Scientific Committee are pleased to discuss ideas of workshops and answer questions.