Venue & Host City

University of Campinas (UNICAMP)

Founded in 1966, UNICAMP is the 2th in Brazilian’s top universities and 220th in the world ranking (2023 QS Ranking) and the 9th top BRICS universities ranking. It is also a leading university in the number of published articles per faculty member and the top Brazilian university in the number of patents. More information about the institution:

Gleb Wataghin” Institute of Physics (IFGW)

 A world-renowned research institute since its inception, “Gleb Wataghin” Institute of Physics – IFGW is recognized as one of the leading Latin American research centers. IFGW brings together researchers with studies of international impact and is prominent in both basic and applied research. The Institute has played a key role in technological developments in the country, as in the case of optical communications. IFGW staff and alumni, contributing to Campinas becoming a high-tech center, have created many technology companies. IFGW currently has 41 research groups in 4 departments: Quantum Electronics; Applied Physics; Condensed Matter Physics; and Cosmic Rays and Chronology. The research conducted at the Institute distributed over nearly every field in Physics, from Cosmology and Astrophysics to Quantum Physics, from Photonics and Ultrafast Phenomena to Telecommunications, from Biophysics and Biophotonics and Medical Physics to Nanoscience (

Brazilian Synchrotron Light Source – Sirius

The new Brazilian Synchrotron Light Source is intended to be the largest and most complex scientific infrastructure ever built in the country and one of the first fourth-generation synchrotron light sources in the world. It was planned to put Brazil in the leading position in the production of synchrotron light and is designed to be one of the brightest of all the equipment in its energy class. More information: (