Beecroft Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology
The BIPAC is a hub of research in theoretical astrophysics and physics, focusing on the origin and evolution of the universe, the formation of large scale structure, dark energy, dark matter and the theory of gravitation.
The C-Band All-Sky Survey
The European Space Agency's (ESA) Euclid flagship Dark Energy Satellite Mission launched from Cape Canaveral on 1 July 2023; Oxford's Department of Physics plays a key role in the lensing data analysis and has been involved since its inception.
Comparing models and observations to understand exoplanet atmospheres.
Exoplanets and Stellar Physics
Detecting, characterising and modelling exoplanets and their host stars
Experimental radio cosmology
Development and science exploitation of new techniques and instruments at cm and radio wavelengths.
Extremely Large Telescope
Information on the Oxford involvement in the Extremely Large Telescope Project
Galaxy formation and evolution
Global Jet Watch
Time-lapse spectroscopy of dynamic objects in the Galaxy
Hintze Centre for Astrophysical Surveys
Addressing the major problems of modern physics/astrophysics by augmenting our participation in the major international surveys that are designed to address them.
Oxford's leading roles in the world's most powerful cm-wave radio telescope
Planet formation and dynamics
Pulsars, transients and relativistic astrophysics
The extreme astrophysics of neutron stars and black holes
Information on the Oxford involvement in the Vera C. Rubin Observatory.
Research interests in planetary bodies throughout the solar system and beyond.
Superconducting quantum detectors
Our research is primarily aimed at the development of ultra-sensitive cryogenic superconducting quantum devices for astronomy, quantum computation platform and fundamental physics experiments.
The Square Kilometre Array (SKA)
Oxford involvement in the Square Kilometre Array Project
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