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The symposium will be organized around a plenary session (9:00-12:30 am CET) and two parallel sessions (2:30 am – 6:00 pm CET). All the talks will be living. In order to enlarge the access to the talks for participants living in different time zones, all the living talk will be recordered, and the records made accessible to the symposium particpants.

  • Plenary sessions are designed to give a broad and interdisciplinary overview of neutron stars, their gravitational wave and electromagnetic emission. They will summarize the current status of the art and highlight the most recent progresses in the field of neutrons star astrophysics, of magnetars, gravitational wave sources and their electromagnetic counterparts.
  • The two parallel sessions, named 1) magnetars and 2) gravitational-wave neutron star astrophysics, will instead provide a deeper insight into specific questions on the physics of the magnetar on one side, and neutron stars as sources of gravitational waves, kilonovae and gamma ray burst on the other.

The topics of each day plenary session are:

  • Neutron Star Population and Environment

  • Neutron Star and Magnetars as Sources of Gravitational Waves

  • Neutron Star and Magnetar Emission Processes

  • Neutron Star and Gamma-ray Burst Connection

  • Neutron Star Astrophysics with Future Observatories

Parallel Session Magnetars (2:30 pm – 6:00 pm)

  • Neutron stars population synthesis and links among diverse neutron star classes

  • Magnetars: from their formation to present multiwavelength observations

  • High magnetic field NS in binary systems

  • Neutron stars magnetic fields and magnetar magnetospheres

Parallel Session Gravitational-wave neutron star astrophysics (2:30 am – 6:00)

  • Neutron stars through gravitational wave observations: modelling, search and implications in fundamental physics and astrophysics

  • Binary neutron star mergers, Kilonovae and Gamma-Ray Bursts

  • Binary neutron star population and environment through gravitational wave observations and host galaxy studies

  • Neutron star physics and cosmology with new generation of multi-messenger instruments

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