The Institute for Space Sciences and Astronomy (ISSA) was recently set up with members from the Faculties of Science, Engineering and ICT. ISSA explores and develops observational and theoretical facets of new physics. We are working in a number of collaborations that cross the globe, as well as building up in-house infrastructure for a broad range of disciplines such as supercomputing capacities and new theoretical physics. The particulars of our research can be found the research page.
This a fast growing Institute with many new members, and with several events and outreach programs upcoming. We also have a number of publications and academic courses.
Feel free to contact us at any time.
|The University of Malta, through work performed collaboratively by the Institute of Space Sciences and Astronomy, the Department of Physics and the Faculty of ICT, is an authorized NVIDIA CUDA Research Center. |
30 April 2017