The Tenth Annual Meeting of the members of our Institute will take place in Marino - Rome (Italy), from 5th to 8th of March, 2020.
The March Meeting is the most important scientific and social event of MIFP of a year. During the Meeting each Participant is given 25+5 minutes to present his/her recent research results and scientific achievements.
This year the MIFP March Meeting will host the 50th edition of Accumulating Knowledge (AK50) Workshop.
Prof. Andrey Varlamov
University of Tor Vergata - Rome
Dr. Nina Voronova
Russian Quantum Center - Moscow
The Meeting will take place in a relaxing atmosphere of the famous Helio Cabala Grand Hotel in Castelli Romani, Marino (Rome)
Italy means something different to every tourist. Pizza, ruins, great works of art, hot beaches, handsome youths, good wine... The country is an obliging one, and few visitors leave disappointed. If you're looking for one aspect of Italy, you'll find it served on plate, even richer than you expected. And if you are open and receptive, the chances are you'll find much more than you dreamed of.
The Roman Castles are located in the Colli Albani/Alban Hills just south of Roma. The area has been a refuge for wealthy Romans since the Middle Ages. Not much has changed, as today this is where wealthy Romans come to escape the city on weekends and holidays. The area is littered with castles, villas, palazzi and refreshing easy towns to tour.
There are 13 towns in the Castelli Romani or Roman Castles (Frascati, Grottaferrata, Castel Gandolfo,
Marino, Rocca di Papa, Ariccia, Nemi, Monteporizio Catone, Colonna, Albano Laziale, Genzano, Montecompatri
and Rocca Priora). This is a perfect area to have a good dinner or lunch, to start or end a trip (as they
are relatively close to the Champino airport).
For the Roman emperor and the wealthy cardinals in the heyday of the Renaissance, the Castelli Romani exerted a powerful lure, and they still do.
The closest to Rome (only 24km/15 miles away), is about 7km (4 1/3 miles) off Via Appia Nuova, quite near Ciampino Airport. In the middle ages Marino used to be a stronghold of the Prince Colonna family which actively participated in the conquest of the Holy Land. Nowadays, near the pictoresque ruinds of the Colonna castle the visitors may find tens "Cantinas" where the local white wine is offered for a remarkably sheep price. During the wine-feasts the fountains of Marino are full of wine. During the whole year a glass of light and cold local white wine can be purchased at virtually every corner of the town.
The Roman kitchen is both simple and fantastic delicate. Nice pastas like spaghetti al vongole (small scallops), roasted baby porc, thin stone-oven baked pizzas with real mozarella and local ham, roasted lam chops, grilled swordfish, and and and...
Rooms at Grand Hotel Helio Cabala were pre-reserved for participants
Centre of a breathtaking view of the sunset colours, in the beautiful setting of the ornamental pool, tinged with romance and passion, the Grand Hotel Helio Cabala, surrounded by a quaint village, dominates the charming view of the Eternal City, in the heart of Castelli Romani area. With a large terrace on an incomparable panorama that goes from the Pontine Sea to the City's urban landscape, up to the Castelli Romani enclosures, in the Colli Albani.
Behind Castel Gandolfo lake, the summer residence of the Holy Father, the hotel is located in Marino municipality (RM).
The hotel rooms were pre-reserved for participants with the price set to € 88 per night including breakfast and lunch. To book the room for this price the participants need to provide the promocode AK50 during the booking process.
Breakfasts and Lunches are included in the Hotel booking.
Prices include taxes.