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  • 151 Galaxies 14/12/2012

    Cooperation Agreement between the Faculty of Sciences of the UAM and the Institute for the Cosmic Ray Research of the University of Tokyo

  • teaser_large 12/11/2012

    CALIFA: The local extragalactic universe unveiled

    The Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field Area survey (CALIFA survey) announces today its first public release of data, offering an unprecedentedly detailed view of one hundred galaxies in the local universe with ample opportunities for scientific study.

    Together with the data release, two technical publications authored by members of the CALIFA collaboration have been made publicly available, describing the data and showing some of their scientific applications…

  • DECam_NGC1365 17/09/2012

    La cámara digital más potente del mundo abre los ojos y recoje las primeras imágenes a la caza de la energía oscura

    Madrid, 17 de septiembre de 2012

    La cámara digital más potente del mundo abre los ojos y recoje las primeras imágenes a la caza de la energía oscura


    Hace ocho mil millones de años, la luz procedente de lejanas galaxias inició su viaje hacia la Tierra. El 12 de septiembre de 2012, esa antiquísima luz estelar terminó su camino en la cima de una montaña en Chile, donde la recién terminada Cámara para la Energía Oscura (DECam, por sus siglas en inglés), la máquina de cartografiado del cielo más poderosa jamás creada, la capturó y almacenó por primera vez.

  • Suceso candidato a la desintegración de un bosón de Higgs en dos muones y dos electrones registrado por el experimento CMS en 2012 04/07/2012

    La UAM participa en los experimentos ATLAS y CMS, cuyos resultados preliminares muestran evidencia experimental del bosón de Higgs

    En un seminario celebrado hoy, 4 de julio, en la sede del Laboratorio Europeo de Física de Partículas (CERN) en Ginebra (Suiza), representantes de los experimentos ATLAS y CMS que estudian las colisiones protón – protón del Gran Colisionador de Hadrones (LHC) han presentado sus últimos resultados sobre la búsqueda de la partícula de Higgs. Ambos experimentos han observado una nueva partícula en la región de masas alrededor de 125 GeV (gigaelectronvoltios, unas 134 veces la masa de un protón). El anuncio realizado por el CERN sirve como preludio de la mayor conferencia en Física de Partículas del año, ICHEP 2012, que comenzó el mismo día en Melbourne.

  • MSc SCHOLARSHIPS EXCELLENCE CAMPUS UAM+CSIC
  • PhD Programme in Theoretical Physics

    The UAM PhD Programme in Theoretical Physics offers courses on advanced research topics in Particle Physics and Cosmology to the students enrolled in the programme. The schedule is organised jointly with the IFT UAM-CSIC. All courses are run on an informal basis: attendance is free, no grades are given, and all IFT and FT-UAM members are welcome to participate.

     

    The current programme can be found at

    PhD courses 2016-17

    Appropriate reminders will be sent soon before each course starts. Please note that the schedule is not fully definitive --- further courses may be organised, in which case information will be circulated appropriately.

  • NVISIBLES ITN pre-meeting 15/03/2012

    INVISIBLES ITN pre-meeting

    March 29-30 2012
    This is a very informal gathering of European members of the "Invisibles" team, although open to interested scientists.

  • 12/01/2012

    Variable dark energy could explain old galaxy clusters

    Does dark energy change over time? An alternative model of the as yet undetected entity that is thought to be accelerating the universe's expansion could explain some puzzling observations of galaxy clusters. But it will have to jump many more hurdles to compete with the simplest and so far most successful model of the elusive entity. That model, called the cosmological constant, holds that there is a certain amount of repulsive energy in every cubic centimetre of space, and that amount stays the same over time. As the universe expands, more space exists, and so the expansion accelerates.

  • First possible detection of Graphene in Space 02/09/2011

    Astronomers report the first possible detection of Graphene in Space

    A team of astronomers, using the Spitzer Space Telescope, have reported
    the first extragalactic detection of the C70 fullerene molecule, and the
    possible detection of planar C24 ("a piece of graphene") in space. 

  • Type Ia supernova PTF11kly in M101 02/09/2011

    Ia supernova discovered Wednesday, August 24

    A type Ia supernova discovered Wednesday, August 24, in the nearby galaxy M101 in Ursa Major is the nearest type Ia supernova astronomers have found since 1986.

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