Postdoc at AstroCeNT
On the physics side, research at AstroCeNT is primarily focused on studies of gravitational waves and dark matter, as well as on related topics of astronomy, particle cosmology and particle physics. On the technological side, our prime objective is to specialise in R&D on ultra-sensitive instruments for low background and low count rate particle astrophysics experiments, primarily, but not exclusively, in dark matter searches and gravitational waves.
Stars Shine for Everyone: AstroCeNT PhD student received an award
Wathela Alhassan, AstroCeNT PhD student, received an award from SSVI (Sterren Schitteren Voor Iedereen (Stars Shine For...
Scientists have discovered over 100 black holes!
The sources of the gravitational wave signals recorded during O3a cover a wide range of astrophysical parameters. Among them there are phenomena consistent with three types of collisions: two black holes (BBH), two neutron stars (BNS) and mixed systems composed of a neutron star and a black hole (NSBH).
PROBES – innovative solutions in the search for dark matter
PROBES – the project to be implemented by AstroCeNT at Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center of the Polish...
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...
AstroCeNT researchers play key role in the success of the MVM mechanical ventilator prototype developed for COVID-19 patients that has just been issued emergency use certificate by FDA
Astrocent contributes to international project to fight COVID-19 pandemics
In response to urgent need for affordable and mass-produced novel ventilator to use as medical equipment for COVID-19 patients,...