Our COST Action participants are also involved in many outreach activities, ranging from local activities  to publicly available material (videos, slides, movies, etc.). They include

Francesca Arici (Radboud University Nijmegen)

Leonardo Castellani (Università del Piemonte Orientale/INFN, Torino)

  • Public lecture 100 years of relativity, Zakopane, February 2016 [slides]

Martin O’Loughlin (Laboratory for Astroparticle Physics, Nova Gorica, Sloveni)

  • Aeson Festival: Fiumicello Italy. SABATO 25 LUGLIO 2015 17.00 PRIMORDIAL RHYTHMS di MARTIN O’LOUGHLIN. Didgeridoo concert and stories from aboriginal australia to modern physics.Details: Scientific presentation and musical performance on the evolution of the universe and particle physics, from the very small to the very large.
  • As part of celebrations for the 100th anniversary of general relativity “in teoria” ex convento di San Francesco, Pordenone, Friday 20th of November 2015Scientific presentation of the past, present and future of General Relativity accompanied with didgeridoo. Flyer
  • Scientific presentation on the theory of gravitational waves and their recent discoveryaccompanied by music. Al Poeta – Restaurant. San Martino, Gorizia, Italy.
    25 March 2016  Title: Primordial Rhythms: Onde Gravitazionali

Mairi Sakellariadou (King’s College London)

Walter van Suijlekom (Radboud University Nijmegen)