X. Luri, C. Jordi and the Gaia Mission on the RECERCAT newsletter
The RECERCAT of this month has just published an article about the Second Data Release (DR2) of the Gaia Mission and an interview with two of its main researchers from the Universitat de Barcelona, Xavier Luri, director of the ICCUB (IEEC-UB) and Carme Jordi, researcher of the Institute.
The focus of the conference is the theory of the Standard Model and beyond at finite temperature and density and in and out of equilibrium, including applications to cosmology, astrophysics and relativistic heavy-ion collision experiments.
Unveiling of the Sino-Spanish GNSS-R Technology Joint Research Centre
Between June 5 and 8, the ICE (IEEC/CSIC) hosted the 2nd SSI TT&CT-IEEC GNSS-R Workshop, a meeting involving researchers from IEEC and the Shanghai Spaceflight Institute of TT&C and Telecommunication (SSI TT&CT, China).
Theme Night: The Universe, in Betevé
The universe is the protagonist of the theme night this Tuesday at Betevé, with a 'Deuwatts' about 'Life in the Universe' (22.20) and the documentary 'Sónar calling', which explains the artistic and scientific project that has developed the festival on the occasion of the 25th anniversary.
Third Barcelona Technoweek – Course on Semiconductor Detectors
This year, the Barcelona Techno Week will be focused on Semiconductor Detectors. I is organise by the Institute of Cosmos Sciences, in Barcelona, from the 2nd to the 6th July 2018.
How to build a Nanosat
The workshop will begin with a presentation on nanosatellite technology followed by a hands-on workshop in which groups of 4-5 people will work on the construction of a full-scale small satellite model.
First polarimetric GNSS radio-occultation data received
First polarimetric GNSS radio-occultation, obtained aboard the PAZ satellite around 20:36 May 10, 2018. Signal-to-noise ratio in arbitrary units from both polarimetric ports of the antenna are shown in purple and green, cyan color is used for the polarimetric phase-shift, in degrees. Credit: ICE/CSIC-IEEC.
The ICCUB-IEEC delivers to University of Tokyo 10,000 purpose-designed integrated circuits for the Cherenkov Telescope Array
The chips, 10,000 Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs), are one of the main components of the cameras to be installed in the Large Size Telescopes that will be built in La Palma.
GAIA: billion stars moving
ACT OF PRESENTATION OF THE SECOND CATALOG OF THE MISSION
Exhibition on the GAIA Mission
The exhibition "Thousands of eyes for one billion stars" will take place from April 23th to May 4th 2018, at the Faculty of Physics, Martí Franqués Lobby (UB).
Today ICE-CSIC/IEEC receive the first data of the experiment aboard the PAZ satellite
The experiment led by ICE-CSIC/IEEC aboard the PAZ satellite, called Radio-Occultation and Heavy Precipitation with PAZ (ROHP-PAZ) was activated on April 4, 2018. Today the ICE/CSIC-IEEC received the first data sets!
Zodiacal light from the OAdM, picture of the month of the Montsec Astronomical Observatory
Every month, the Observatori Astrnòmic del Montsec (OAdM) of the IEEC publishes an outstanding image based on the observations made there. In March the protagonist is the zodiacal light.
El creixement dels forats negres deixa enrere el de les galàxies [NOT TRANSLATED]
Dos nous estudis que utilitzen dades obtingudes amb l’observatori de raigs X Chandra i altres telescopis de la NASA evidencien que el creixement dels forats negres més grans de l’Univers està superant la taxa de formació d’estrelles en les galàxies en les quals estan situats.
LISA mission passes review successfully and begins next stage of development
Before an ESA mission reaches the launch pad, it has to go through a number of approval procedures that ensure the mission´s readiness. The future space-based gravitational wave observatory, the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA), has recently passed its Mission Definition Review (MDR) with flying colours.
The nebula of the ring, picture of November of the Montsec Astronomical Observatory
Each month the Observatori Astronòmic del Montsec (OAdM) of IEEC publishes an outstanding image from the observations made there. In November the protagonist is the nebula of the ring.