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Scientific Advisory Panel

The Scientific Advisory Panel works in consultation with the Administrative
Advisory Panel on matters concerning the research carried out by INAF.
The Scientific Advisory Panel also proposes, at the request of the president,
long term (at least 10 years) directions for INAF's scientific and
technological research for submission to the Administrative Advisory Panel.

The members of the Scientific Advisory Panel:

Resolutions of the Scientific Advisory Panel (in Italian)

The macro-areas

The macro-areas are the scientific framework within which the research projects of the institute are pursued. They are defined by resolution of the Administrative
advisory panel on the advice of the scientific advisory panel. The macro-areas are
made up of the institute's research staff, technologists and other research staff
from universities or other research bodies associated with INAF through no-charge
appointments, as layed out in the regulations of association.

The five macro-areas:

Useful documents:

ASTRI: a new pathfinder of the arrays of Cherenkov telescopes

Jun 13, 2019

ASTRI: a new pathfinder of the arrays of Cherenkov telescopes On June 12nd 2019, in La Laguna (Tenerife, Spain) Prof. Nichi D’Amico, President of the Italian National Institute for Astrophysics (INAF), and Prof. Rafael Rebolo Lopez, Director of the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canaries, signed a Record of Understanding to enter a detailed negotiation on a technical and programmatic basis aimed to install and operate the ASTRI Mini-Array at the Observatorio del Teide

Giant planets and comets battling in the circumstellar disk around HD 163296

May 23, 2019

Giant planets and comets battling in the circumstellar disk around HD 163296 In a study appearing today on The Astrophysical Journal, an INAF-lead team of researchers explored whether the anomalous features in the dust and gas distributions of HD 163296's disk revealed by ALMA's observations could arise from the interaction of the giant planets with a component of the disk previously unaccounted for: the planetesimals

Particle Acceleration and Transport: from the Sun to Extragalactic Sources

Nov 09, 2018

Particle Acceleration and Transport: from the Sun to Extragalactic Sources 12-16 November 2018, Università della Calabria, Rende, Italy