The 12th Italian meeting on Active Galactic Nuclei will be held on September 26–29, 2016 in Napoli. The conference will last 3 and 1/2 days, and will continue the tradition of reviewing the state of the art, covering all aspects of AGN physics and demography, as well as discuss the future perspectives of Italian astronomy in this field.


The conference will be held in the Conference Center of the University Federico II, in Via Partenope 36, on the Napoli seafront facing Castel dell'Ovo.


  1. WARNING: Buses for the social dinner will leave at 7:00 pm from Piazza Vittoria. Please be on time!


  1. The Abstract Booklet is available here!

  2. The conference poster is available here!


Important notes:

  1. The conference starts on Monday 26/9 at 11:00 am and ends on Thursday 29/9 at 1:30 pm.

  2. The social dinner will take place on Tuesday 27/9 evening at the Calasole restaurant on the Posillipo hill. Buses will be available from the seafront to the dinner location and viceversa.

  3. The social dinner cost is not included in the registration fee and is to be paid at the time of registration. The cost is fixed in 35 €.


We look forward to see you in Napoli!


Napoli, 26-29 September 2016

Organized by:

Università di Napoli Federico II

Dip.di Fisica ‘E. Pancini’

Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica

Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare

Società Italiana di Fisica della Gravitazione

Scientific Organizing Committee

  1. Marcella Brusa (DIFA-UniBo)

  2. Alessandro Capetti (INAF-Torino)

  3. Alessandro de Angelis (INFN Pd,   Politecnico di Lisbona)

  4. Fabio Fontanot (INAF Trieste)

  5. Paola Marziani (INAF Padova)

  6. Amata Mercurio (INAF Napoli)

  7. Paolo Padovani (ESO)

  8. Francesca Panessa (IAPS- Roma)

  9. Maurizio Paolillo - Chair (DIPF-UniNa)

  10. Fabrizio Tavecchio (INAF Brera)

  11. Paolo Tozzi (INAF Arcetri)

  12. Tiziana Venturi (IRA Bologna)

Local Organizing Committee

  1. Maurizio Paolillo

  2. Carla Aramo

  3. Tristano di Girolamo

  4. Giovanni Covone

  5. Demetra De Cicco

  6. Amata Mercurio

  7. Ester Piedipalumbo

Active Galactic Nuclei 12
a Multi-Messenger perspective