ISSAP-Baikal Summer School 2018

About the Group

This group on the basis of the HUBzero platform is aimed to make the community of participants оf the ISAPP-Baikal Summer School “Exploring the Universe through multiple messengers”, which will take place from July 12 to 21, 2018 in the picturesque village Bol’shie Koty on the shore of the Lake Baikal.

This group will act as a platform, providing interaction between school participants. Social networks today are for many an integral part of life, and therefore for participants this group will be a kind of local social network that can make the atmosphere of the school more friendly and interesting. They will be able to upload photos and videos, comment on each other’s posts, blog directly during school. All materials of lectures, reports will be posted and available for download.

After the conference, the participants will be able to leave feedback, wishes and any other comments that will allow organizers to improve the quality of the event in the future.



Andrii Neronov (U. Geneva): Introduction to multi-messenger astronomy Lecture 1  Lecture 2 Lecture 3
Giuseppe Di Sciascio (INFN Roma, Tor Vergata): Introduction to cosmic rays and gamma-astronomy Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3

Jörg Hörandel (U. Nijmegen and Nikhef): Radio detection of cosmic ray showers Lecture 1-2

Jörg Hörandel (U. Nijmegen and Nikhef): Auger results Lecture 1-2

Giuseppe Di Sciascio (INFN Roma, Tor Vergata): LHAASO experiment Lecture

Ofelia Pisanti (INFN, Napoli): Astrophysical neutrinos: theory Lecture 1 Lecture 2 
Markus Ahlers (NBI, Copenhagen): IceCube results Lecture 1-2
Bair Shaibonov (JINR, Dubna), Baikal-GVD experiment Lecture
Dmitry Kostunin (KIT, Karlsruhe): TAIGA cosmic rays experiment Lecture
Albert De Roeck (CERN and U. Antwerpen): Astroparticle results from the LHC Lecture 1 Lecture 2
Jutta Kunz (U. Oldenburg): Introduction to black holes Lecture 1 Lecture 2
Alex Nielsen (AEI, Hannover, and LIGO): Gravitational-wave astronomy Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3
Dmitry Semikoz (APC, Paris VII): Multi-messenger astronomy: the next steps Lecture1 Lecture2