Observing, Sensing, Detecting. Toward a Multi-layered picture of the Universe from Historical and Epistemological Perspectives
International On-line Workshop – 4-5 February 2021
The Workshop will address the history of multi-wave and multi-messenger astronomy, gathering numerous scholars engaged all over the world on these fronts of historical-scientific research.
The Workshop is organized by the Italian Society for History of Physics and Astronomy (SISFA), with the endorsement of the C3 History of Astronomy Commission of the International Astronomical Union, and of the History of Physics Group of the European Physical Society.
The full program is available on the website of SISFA:
The final roundtable, on February 5, 18:45 (CET) will be a special occasion for discussion with some of the world’s leading experts in multi-wave and multi-messenger astronomy:
Barry Barish (University of California, Riverside)
Reinhard Genzel (Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Garching)
Malcolm Longair (Cambridge University)
Christian Spiering (DESY)
Alan Watson (University of Leeds)
Any interested person may follow the talks and the roundtable as a listener. The link to access the Workshop will be available in the above webpage, starting from January 25.
Luisa Bonolis, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
Roberto Lalli, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
Adele La Rana, University of California Riverside; University of Verona