Approval of the new EU Innovative Training Network: HIDDeN

Approval of the new EU Innovative Training Network: HIDDeN

A new Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (MSCA-ITN) funded by the European Union H2020 programme named HIDDeN ("Hunting Invisibles: Dark sectors, Dark matter and Neutrinos") has recently been approved.

Professor Belén Gavela will be the Principal Investigator of the IFT/UAM  beneficiary node.
HIDDeN will focus on revealing the hidden (a)symmetries, and the particles on which they act, in particular the invisible sector, made of neutrinos, dark matter and other elusive particles.

The node composition of this project will be 95% alike to that of two previous ITNs: FP7 ITN "Invisibles” (2002-2016, and H2020 ITN “Elusives” (2016-2020,  It involves 12 Beneficiaries nodes from 5 EU Member States: UK (University of Durham and University of Southampton), France (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique CNRS), Italy ( Instituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare), Germany (Heidelberg University, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen Stiftung Oeffentlichen Rechts), Spain (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Universitat de Valencia, Universitat de Barcelona and Ediciones El País S.L) and Switzerland (Universitaet Zuerich). The network includes in additions 21 partner organisations around the world, out of which seven are Private sector enterprises.
This ITN will start next spring 2020.

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