EuCAPT statement on Ukraine 

as part of APPEC, and in line with the position of its central hub CERN,
we as EuCAPT condemn, in the strongest terms, the military invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation, and deplore the resulting loss of life and humanitarian impact, as well as the involvement of Belarus in this unlawful use of force against Ukraine.


The second annual EuCAPT symposium
will be held online
23-25th May, 2022.

The symposium will feature invited presentations, and young scientists will have the opportunity to present their work with lightning talks.

Registration now open

Astroparticle physics is undergoing a phase of profound transformation. We have recently obtained extraordinary results such as the discovery of high-energy cosmic neutrinos with IceCube, the direct detection of gravitational waves with Ligo and Virgo, and we have witnessed the birth of multimessenger astrophysics.

Yet we have formidable challenges ahead of us: understanding the nature of dark matter and dark energy, elucidating the origin of cosmic rays, understanding the matter-antimatter asymmetry problem, and so on. These are highly interdisciplinary problems that have ramifications in cosmology, particle, and astroparticle physics, and that are best addressed by a strong and diverse community of scientists.

The European Consortium for Astroparticle Theory (EuCAPT) aims to bring together the European community of theoretical astroparticle physicists and cosmologists.


Our goals are:

  • to increase the exchange of ideas and knowledge;

  • to coordinate scientific and training activities;

  • to help scientists attract adequate resources for their projects;

  • to promote a stimulating, fair and open environment in which young scientists can thrive.

EuCAPT abides by a Code of Conduct that can be found here. 


The Community

Below you can find the interactive map of Europe with the EuCAPT 2019 census. Institutes where the EuCAPT members are located are indicated with blue dots.


To zoom, pan or reset, use the buttons on the right-hand side and the mouse scroll. Hovering over each point displays more information about the location, such as city, country and institute(s).

Map was designed by Niko Sarcevic using Bokeh and GeoPandas.