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Invisibles’19 School and Workshop

Invisibles’19 School: The Invisibles’19 School will take place from June 3rd to June 7th, 2019 at the Laboratorio Subterráneo de Canfranc in Spain.

Registration deadline is April 1st, 2019:

The school is primarily intended for PhD students. Since the number of participants is limited, applications from PhD students will therefore be favoured. Masters students and young postdocs are nonetheless welcomed to apply.

Lecture topics include: Classical solutions in Field Theory and applications, Statistics and introduction to Machine Lerning,BSM Landscape after LHC I and II runs, Neutrino Phenomenology,Neutrinos in Cosmology, Effective theories for dark matter, Perspectives in particle detection,Special lecture on Black Holes

Several tutorial sessions will be organized, where students will further discuss the topics covered in the lectures within an informal environment. Moreover, a poster session will take place during the school, students are thus encouraged to bring and present their own posters.

Students attending both the School and the Workshop may have a priority in being accepted to give a talk at the latter.


Invisibles’19 Workshop:  The Invisibles’19 Workshop will take place in Valencia from June 10 to June 14 2019. The conference venue is the Botanical Garden of University of Valencia.

Early registration deadline is April 9th, 2019 (Please note that PhD students applying for a plenary talk + poster must register by May 1st, 2019)

The focus of the workshop will be on the physics of the “Invisibles”:

  • Invisible particles: neutrinos, axions, WIMPs;
  • Invisibles at colliders: Beyond Standard Model searches
  • Invisibles in astrophysics and cosmology: dark matter searches, black holes, gravitational waves and the origin of Cosmic Rays

Talks are by invitation only, except for PhD students who are encouraged to apply for a brief plenary talk plus a poster presentation.

The school and workshop are the annual events of the European projects H2020 ITN “Elusives” ( and H2020 RISE “InvisiblesPlus” (, focused on Neutrino and Dark Matter physics and their connections, with emphasis on the role of symmetry relating matter and antimatter. They continue the thematic series that started in 2012 around the former network FP7 ITN “Invisibles” (