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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

Olivier Le Fevre - in memoriam

Jun 26, 2020

Olivier Le Fevre - in memoriam On June 25, the astronomer Olivier Le Fevre passed away

Magnetic tornadoes in the Sun’s atmosphere

Jun 26, 2020

Magnetic tornadoes in the Sun’s atmosphere A team of researchers led by Mariarita Murabito (INAF) that includes scientists of the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and the Warwick University has provided the first observational proof that solar tornadoes are produced by swirling magnetic fields

Ultraviolet light vs. COVID19: from the Sun to artificial lamps the germicidal power of ultraviolet rays against the pandemic

Jun 15, 2020

Ultraviolet light vs. COVID19: from the Sun to artificial lamps the germicidal power of ultraviolet rays against the pandemic Results of a study carried out by the Italian National Institute for Astrophysics (INAF) and the University of Milan, in collaboration with Istituto Nazionale Tumori and the Don Gnocchi Foundation of Milan, demonstrate the high germicidal power of short ultraviolet radiation (UV-C) on SARS-COV-2 coronavirus. This result has important public health implications on the strategies to be adopted to manage the pandemic and clearly explain how decontamination and sterilization protocols to prevent SARS-Cov-2 infection must be designed. Notably, taking off from these results a second study explains the role of Sun-derived UV-B/A in conditioning the epidemiology and the worldwide evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic