A team of scientists and engineers led by Princeton researchers recently reported the successful operation of a new instrument for the Subaru Telescope in Hawaii that will allow astronomers to make direct observations of planets orbiting nearby stars.
After eight years of existence, the Oskar Klein Centre of cosmoparticle physics ranks among the most dynamic and successful European research centres in the field. We are proud for having hosted outstanding postdocs and recruited world leading researchers.
Professor J. Richard Gott III has moved to emeritus status.
Rich has made fundamental breakthroughs in our understanding of the large-scale distribution of galaxies, General
Relativity and its predictions of time travel, inflationary cosmology and the nature of the early universe, and
Professor Dunkley comes to Princeton from the University of Oxford, where she is a Professor of Astrophysics in the Department of Physics. Her research is in cosmology and, in particular, on the statistical analysis of anisotropies in the Cosmic Microwave Background.