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Information Technologies for Astrophysical Observations in wide range of energy

Scientists are investigating physical phenomena occurring in space. The apparatus to be build will be unique.

As part of the project, scientific centre is to be open, where experimental astrophysical data will be processed. In parallel, scientists conduct research on the basis of which they validate the methods they apply.

Mr Robert Siewiorek wrote more about the project in ‘Hiking with Patrons. A Polish-Swiss Adventure with Science’:

The theories by Hawking and other giants of science absorb the attention of millions because, in fact, they do not revolve around abstract cosmic objects, but around the most important questions we ask ourselves: Where did we come from? Where did our world come from? What was the beginning of the world (if there ever was any beginning)? Where is this all headed?

Nuclear astrophysicists, among others, verify, develop or, if necessary, refute those questions at the level of science (philosophy is being dealt with by others), such as the scientists from the National Centre for Nuclear Research in Świerk and researchers from the University of Geneva who cooperate with them in a joint project entitled “Information Technologies for Astrophysical Observations in wide range of energy”.

You will find more in story 22 of ‘Hiking with Patrons. A Polish-Swiss Adventure with Science’: Reaching beyond the stars or on the frenzy of celestial bodies.

 
Informacje o projekcie:
Project number:PSPB-200/2010
Project title:Information Technologies for Astrophysical Observations in wide range of energy
Beneficiary:National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCBJ) (Prof. dr hab. Grzegorz Wrochna)
Swiss partners:ISDC, Data Centre for Astrophysics (Prof. Nicolas Produit) DPNC, Department of Particle Physics, Faculty of Sciences (Prof. Martin Pohl)
Project homepage:www.psap.pl/
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Project supported by a grant from Switzerland through the Swiss Contribution to the enlarged European Union

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