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Three-year Plan

The Three-year plan, defined by article 26 of the Regulations of organisation of the body, is where the future activity of INAF is planned.

In it, the future directions, strategic objectives and research projects are identified, as well as the human and financial resources required to carry them out.


The three-year plan 2010-2012 (in Italian language):

 

Appendix A1: "Research institutes"
Appendix A2: "Large instrumental projects from ground and space"
Appendix A3: "Innovation and transfer of technology"
Appendix A4: "Selection of press releases 2009"


Other documents (in Italian language)


- Proposed decision flow for the drafting of INAF's three year plan
- Writing and approval of INAF's three year plan


- Previous Three-year plans

A “cosmic microscope” reveals the origin of galactic winds produced by supermassive black holes

Dec 17, 2020

A “cosmic microscope” reveals the origin of galactic winds produced by supermassive black holes By studying a sample of distant galaxies, whose light reaches us from a cosmic epoch when the Universe was just three billion years old, a team of researchers led by Giustina Vietri (INAF) has followed the winds blowing in “active” galaxies down to only a few light-years from the supermassive black holes that sit in the galactic cores

INAF joins the MeerKAT+ Project

Dec 17, 2020

INAF joins the MeerKAT+ Project The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory and the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft welcome the Italian Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica as partner on the MeerKAT extension project

A new class of Einstein crosses unveiled

Dec 13, 2020

A new class of Einstein crosses unveiled An international team of astronomers has found a new class of Einstein crosses, where massive elliptical galaxies produces multiple, cross-shaped images of far away galaxies called “blue nuggets”