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From November 14 to 16, the second annual meeting of the Einstein Telescope scientific collaboration is being held in Paris at the Laboratoire de Physique des 2 Infinis Irène Joliot-Curie (IJCLab) of the University of Paris-Saclay. The conference is a very important step for the international ET community (consisting of more than a thousand researchers, some present in Paris and some remotely connected), with the opportunity to discuss together the many scientific and technological issues and challenges related to the design of the future gravitational wave observatory.

In particular, ongoing studies on the scientific and geological characterization of the Sos Enattos site, candidate to host the experiment, were the focus of a dedicated session on Tuesday November 14, with talks by Domenico D’Urso (University of Sassari and INFN), Giovanni Luca Cardello (University of Sassari), Matteo Di Giovanni (University of Rome “Sapienza”) and Alessio Fiori (University of Pisa and INFN).

Michele Punturo, coordinator of the Einstein Telescope scientific collaboration, talks about the second annual meeting of the collaboration.