concerns the physics of Neutrinos in its various aspects. The basic
properties and the oscillation phenomena will deeply treated, together
with hypotheses not yet experimentally demonstrated, as for example the
non standard neutrino interactions. The role of the neutrino in
cosmology and in astrophysics will be discussed, while open
problems will be addressed as the ultra high energy neutrinos in the
cosmic rays. Double beta decay, the neutrino mass direct measurements
and neutrinos from the Earth will be also subjects of proper lectures.
Seminars will be given on the more recent results in this field.
The most crucial problems in the neutrino experiments will be also the subject of dedicated lectures: low energy neutrinos, neutrinos from reactors and accelerators, neutrino observatories under ice/water, experimental future perspectives.
Because the ISAPP
Schools are attended by astrophysicists and elementary particle
physicists a pre-school of two days will try to provide an alignment of
the know how of the school audience.
students are expected to have an active participation: large time will
be devoted every days to discussions between participants and
lecturers, which can be prolonged during lunches and dinners attended
encouraged to bring posters presenting their research work; an abstract
has to be sent in advance to the school secretariat. Short oral
presentations by the poster authors will be scheduled after a proper