“Sapienza” University was founded in 1303 by Pope Boniface VIII and is one of the oldest Universities in the world. It’s a top performer in international university rankings both in research (rated by QS among the world’s top 50 universities in 7 disciplines -including Physics- and featuring 10 Nobel Prizes) and formation (120,000 students can choose from over 250 degree programs -Bachelor, Masters and PhDs- and 200 specialization courses).
The Sapienza University campus is the largest in Europe – a real city within a city – and it will be especially enjoyable in the dates of the conference, during the academic summer vacations.
The campus is located in the heart of Rome, close to the main Termini train station and next to the National Research Council headquarters. It is served by shuttle trains and buses from international airports. Subway stations are located at walking distance from the campus.