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ISSA is involved in a wide range of research activities many of which are in collaboration with foreign partners.

We are actively working on the following:


  • High performance software instrumentation for radio telescopes
  • GPU-based pipelines for radio astronomy
  • Monitoring and Control infrastructure for large radio instruments
  • Mapping out dark matter through weak gravitational lensing
  • Low aperture array antenna design
  • Antenna placement optimisation for aperture arrays
  • Alternative Theories of gravity
  • Cosmology as a test of modified gravity
Members of ISSA join the KiDS Consortium
Members of ISSA, in collaboration with the Department of Physics, has recently joined the KiDS Consortium
University of Malta Awarded Title: 'CUDA Research Center'
The Institute of Space Science and Astronomy (ISSA), in collaboration with the University of Malta’s Department of Physics and the Faculty of Information and Communications Technology, announces that the University of Malta has been awarded the title of 'CUDA Research Center' by NVIDIA.
Last Updated: 21 August 2014

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