The School

The Bonaudi-Chiavassa School (also known by its original name Giornate di Studio sui Rivelatori) is an international school on particle detectors.

Its XXXII edition will take place from June 17th to June 21th, 2024, in Torino and Cogne  (Aosta Valley, Italy).

The lectures of Monday, June 17th, will take place in Torino, Physics Department, Aula/Room C.
The rest of the lectures will take place in Cogne, Sala del Palazzo Comunale.
Please visit the HOW TO GET THERE tab for details.

Registration opens April 15th, 2024. Please go to the REGISTRATION tab for details.

Topics and speakers

Monolithic Vertex Detectors for ALICE/LIMADOU – Stefania Beolè (Universita di Torino and INFN Torino)

HEP Calorimetry  – Gabriella Gaudio (INFN Pavia)

Towards the ecological transition of gaseous detectors – Roberto Guida (CERN)

Particle detection systems for space laboratories – Luca Latronico (INFN Torino)

Mip Timing Detectors at LHC – Martina Malberti (INFN Milano Bicocca)

The CERN FCC Design –  Tatiana Pieloni (EPFL)

SiPM applications for low-light detection in particle and astroparticle physics – Luigi Pio Rignanese (INFN Bologna)

Dune Liquid Argon TPC – Luca Stanco (INFN Padova)

Cryogenic Detectors  – Marco Vignati (Università di Roma Sapienza and INFN Roma)

On the first day of the School (Monday, June 17th), a short but heartfelt Ceremony for the naming of the School after Prof. Emilio Chiavassa will be held in the Physics Department’s Aula C at 14:30 (see dedicated tab for details).

Conference fee

The conference fee amounts to 150 EUR. It includes:
– welcome event, social dinner, lunches and coffee break
– transportation from Torino – Physics Dpt. to Cogne and from Cogne to Torino – train station
on June 17th and June 21th (see the “How to get there” section)

Social events

– Tuesday afternoon: Food & Wine Welcome Walk

– Thursday evening: Social Dinner