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From October 12 to 14, Cagliari’s Teatro Doglio will host Sardegna Mediterranea – L’isola del Genio e dell’Ingegno, a three-day event of meetings, dialogues and readings on Sardinia’s role at the center of the Mediterranean Sea, including archaeology, history and science.

The Einstein Telescope project, and in particular the Italian candidacy with the Sos Enattos site, will be the focus of two events scheduled for Friday, October 13. At 11 a.m., the school “Convitto Nazionale” (Cagliari) will host a meeting organized by INFN and reserved for schools, entitled “Gravitational waves: with Einstein Telescope to discover the universe”: INFN researchers Andrea Contu, Francesca Dordei and Alberto Masoni, and the INAF (National Institute of Astrophysics) researcher Silvia Casu will speak. The event will be presented by Matteo Serra (INFN).

At 6:30 p.m., at Teatro Doglio, it will be the turn of the meeting “Understanding the Universe’s past to interpret its future: Einstein Telescope and other major research infrastructures”, a dialogue with Federica Govoni, director of the Cagliari Astronomical Observatory (INAF) and Alessandro Cardini, director of INFN Cagliari, moderated by journalist Carlo Fusi (head of communication of Fondazione Leonardo-Civiltà delle Macchine), with readings by actor Graziano Piazza.

The three-day is promoted by Fondazione Mont’e Prama, in collaboration with other public and private institutions.