IPTA Student Week 2024

University of Milano-Bicocca, Milano, Italy | 17 - 21 of June 2024

The IPTA 2024 Student week will be held in the beautiful city of Milan, Italy. The event will be hosted by the University of Milan-Bicocca. Taking in feedback from previous meetings, the student week will incorporate a wide range of teaching and training, addressing pulsar and pulsar timing array research as well as transferable skills. Despite an exciting academic schedule, the student week organising committee will strive to provide ample time for participants to explore the city.
The typical weather in Milan in June is warm and sunny, with temperatures ranging from 20 to 30°C (68 to 86°F).


The student week will take place at the following address:

Room U2-02, U2 Building, The University of Milan-Bicocca
Piazza dell'Ateneo Nuovo, 1, 20126 Milano MI, Italy


To register for the student week please click the button below.

Please note that the registration for the student week is separate from the registration for the main conference. By signing up for the IPTA student week, you agree to abide by the code of conduct of the conference.

There is no registration fee for the Student week.


Click here to see the full programme of the event


Further information

Suggestions for lunch breaks and afternoon activities. It includes suggestions on transport and getting around Milan.


Milan is a tourist hotspot and has a wide variety of accomodation options, which can be found on any commercial search engine. The following hotels are located near the venue:

Hotel degli Arcimboldi
Viale Sarca, 336, 20126 Milano MI, Italy

Hotel Ornato
Via Luigi Ornato, 64, 20162 Milano MI, Italy

Getting to the venue

The University of Milano-Bicocca is well connected by public transport.

By Metro
The University of Milan-Bicocca is served by the M5 metro line.
The closest metro station is Bicocca.

By Bus
Buses stopping either at Milano Greco Pirelli or Milano Bicocca are close to the venue.

By Train
The closest train station is Milano Greco Pirelli.

Milano has an excellent public transport system. You can find more information on the ATM website.

Getting to Milano

Milan has three airports:

  • Malpensa Airport
  • Linate Airport
  • Orio al Serio Airport

From Malpensa Airport, you can take the Malpensa Express train to Milano Centrale. Airport shuttle buses also operate from Malpensa to Milan.
From Linate Airport, you can take the newly built Metro Line 4 to San Babila and bus, metro, tram and suburban train connections from there on.
From Orio al Serio Airport (Bergamo), you can take the airport shuttle bus to Milano Centrale. Alternatively, you can take bus 1 to Bergamo and then take a regional train from Bergamo to Milan.

Milan is also well connected by train to other cities in Italy and Europe. Train connections from major cities can be found via the Trenitalia website or other search engines such as omio or the trainline.