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Invisibles is a new European ITN project (FP7-PEOPLE-2011-ITN, PITN-GA-2011-289442-INVISIBLES (April 2012-March 2016)), which focuses on Neutrino and Dark Matter phenomenology and their connection. Experimental and theoretical aspects are also encompassed. The network involves nodes in seven European countries and its associated partners extend to seven non-European countries.
  • 14/06/2015
    Invisibles15 School will take place at the UAM conference facility La Cristalera in Miraflores de la Sierra (Madrid), Spain, from June 15 to June...
  • 27/11/2014
    Canada’s Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics (PI), welcomes applications for the Emmy Noether Visiting Fellowship program.  The...
  • 06/11/2014
    Professor of Cosmoparticle physics at the Department of Physics. Reference number SU FV-2475-14. Deadline for application: February 2,...

About us

About us

Invisibles is a new European ITN project (FP7-PEOPLE-2011-ITN), which focuses on Neutrino and Dark Matter phenomenology and their connection.

Experimental and theoretical aspects are also encompassed. The network involves nodes in seven European countries and its associated partners extend to seven non-European countries .

Neutrinos and Dark Matter are the most abundant particles in the universe and yet they remained unnoticed -invisible- until recently, due to their tenuous couplings to the ordinary ...

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Positions

About us

Invisibles ITN has offered several positions in the period 2012-2016, from April 1st 2012, to work on neutrino and or dark matter/energy physics. The work has been carried out in the enthusiastic environment provided by the research network of Invisibles.

The positions were intended for young researchers, either to obtain a PhD degree within 3 years (which may be co-tutored between two nodes), or as a first step into postdoctoral research at the end of the PhD training.

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  • Did you know that every second about 100 billion neutrinos pass trhough each square centimeter of your body?

    A huge number of neutrinos is produced in nuclear reactions inside the Sun, and quickly escapes from our star in all...

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