The Einstein Telescope: a new stage in the development of gravitational wave astronomy
The Einstein Telescope will enable scientists to detect any coalescence of two intermediate-mass black holes in the entire universe and thus contribute to the understanding of its evolution. This will shed new light on the Dark Universe and will clarify the roles of dark energy and dark matter in the structure of the universe.
Professor Tomasz Bulik: “Our infrasound sensors are a product that will find its niche on the market”
Two groups in AstroCeNT: the Seismic Sensors group led by prof Bulik, and the Electronics and Data Acquisition and Processing group led by dr Suchenek have teamed together to work on a common project – investigation of infrasound sensors. The project is well advanced: dr Patecki built a stand...
Prof. Roszkowski chairs APPEC panel preparing strategy report on direct detection of dark matter
Professor Leszek Roszkowski, the director of AstroCeNT, leads an international team of experts to prepare a report on the status and plans for the next decade of the experimental programme of direct detection of dark matter (DM) in the Universe. The team is also expected to formulate recommendations for...