3rd GCOS workshop

G/0-G.0.20 - Neutrino Room (Building G)

G/0-G.0.20 - Neutrino Room

Building G

Ioana Codrina Maris (ULB)

Venue: Inter-Institute for High Energy

VUB Campus
Building G, on the 0 floor

Pleinlaan 2
1050 Brussels

Entrance on the ground floor, behind the building. 



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Are you looking to expand your knowledge and skills in cosmic ray observation? Join us for a two-days workshop on the Global Cosmic Rays Observatory!

This workshop is designed to provide you with the latest advancements and techniques in cosmic ray observation. You'll have the opportunity to hear from leading experts in the field and participate in discussions. During this workshop, you'll learn about cutting-edge technologies used in cosmic ray research, such as surface detectors, telescopes, and data analysis tools. You'll also have the chance to discuss the latest developments in cosmic ray astrophysics and explore the latest discoveries in the field.

In addition, you'll get to network with other specialists in the field, which will allow you to exchange ideas and collaborate on future research projects.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your knowledge and skills in cosmic ray observation. Register today for the two-days workshop on the Global Cosmic Rays Observatory and take your cosmic ray research to the next level!


Meeting ID: 848 7680 6360 
Passcode: Future40


  • Alessio Porcelli
  • Alexandra Saftoiu
  • Antonella Castellina
  • Arjen van Vliet
  • Armando di Matteo
  • Athina Meli
  • Benjamin Flaggs
  • Bjarni Pont
  • Bohdan Hnatyk
  • Bruce Dawson
  • Carla Bonifazi
  • Daisuke Ikeda
  • Eric Mayotte
  • Foteini Oikonomou
  • Francesco Fenu
  • Francesco Salamida
  • Frank Schroeder
  • François Montanet
  • Fred Sarazin
  • Gina Isar
  • Gioacchino Alex Anastasi
  • Hari Haran Balakrishnan
  • Hazal Goksu
  • Heungsu Shin
  • Hitoshi Oshima
  • Ingo Allekotte
  • Ioana Maris
  • Jannis Pawlowsky
  • John Matthews
  • Juan Antonio Aguilar Sánchez
  • Julian Rautenberg
  • Jörg Hörandel
  • Karl-Heinz Kampert
  • Kathrin Bismark
  • Keitaro Fujita
  • Kevin Almeida Cheminant
  • Luca Deval
  • Lukas Nellen
  • Marco Muzio
  • Markus Ahlers
  • Markus Roth
  • Martina Bohacova
  • Masahiro Takeda
  • Matthias Kleifges
  • Michael Unger
  • Olga Sergijenko
  • Orazio Zapparrata
  • Paramita Dasgupta
  • Peter Mazur
  • Rafael Alves Batista
  • Rami Oueslati
  • RIta de Cassia Dos Anjos
  • Ryo Higuchi
  • Shoichi Ogio
  • Shunsuke Sakurai
  • Sonali Bhatnagar
  • Steffen Hahn
  • Takashi Sako
  • Thomas Fitoussi
  • Tim Huege
  • Toshihiro Fujii
  • Vincent Pelgrims
  • Washington Carvalho Jr
  • Yuichiro Tameda
  • Yunos El Kaderi
    • 9:00 AM 10:00 AM
      Introduction: Welcome
    • 10:00 AM 12:30 PM
      Session 1: Dreams on a Saturday morning
      • 10:00 AM
        Organisation of GCOS 1h

        work packages and people to be involved

      • 11:00 AM
        Coffee 20m
      • 11:20 AM
        Surface, density, sites 1h

        what do different sizes mean, which sites could make it, what density of detectors would be needed

    • 12:30 PM 2:00 PM
      Clean room and sandwitches 1h 30m
    • 2:00 PM 7:00 PM
      Session 2: A Saturday afternoon of clear ideas
    • 8:00 PM 9:00 PM
    • 10:00 AM 1:00 PM
      Session 3: Sunday brunch and science: Wuppertal/Brussels document
      • 11:00 AM
        Coffee break 20m
    • 1:00 PM 2:00 PM
      Sandwitches lunch 1h
    • 2:00 PM 5:00 PM
      Session 4: A sunny Sunday afternoon: ICRC contribution, next steps