Frascati is a small town located on a pleasant hill, 20 km south-east of Rome and about 40 km est of Fiumicino International Airport.

It is particularly renowned for its beautiful villas built in the 16th Century by the Roman aristocracy and for its quality wines, exported worldwide.

It is part of the famous "Castelli Romani", small towns in the south-east of Rome, well-known for their gastronomical, naturalistic and historical interest.

Frascati and the adjacent area are also a location of several science organizations and laboratories (ESA, ENEA, INFN, INAF).


The lectures will take place at the Frascati National Laboratories (LNF) (see Google map) of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN), in the "Bruno Touschek" Auditorium, located in the High Energy building (Bldg. n. 36).

A wireless ethernet connectivity is available, upon authentication (standard IEEE 802.11b). Look at Internet Access for information about how to connect.




To attend the lectures the

online registration is mandatory.