The Energetic Cosmos Laboratory, founded by Nobel Laureate Dr. George F. Smoot, is one of the leading international cosmology and astrophysical research laboratories, with state of the art facilities at the Nazarbayev University, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. The main goal of the center is to investigate the fundamental questions of cosmology and energetic processes in cosmos which include topics related to the birth and evolution of the universe.
- SPIE digital forum, coference paper publication. B. Grossan, Z. Maksut, 2020, “Performance of the BSTI instrument on the NUTTelA-TAO telescope for high time-resolution, simultaneous three-channel imaging of prompt gamma-ray burst optical emission,” Proc. SPIE 11447, Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy VIII, 114479I
- Dr. Jie Hu from the University of Paris delivered a seminar, entitled “An Introduction to Kinetic Inductance Detectors“, and highlighted the ongoing projects at the Astroparticle and Cosmology (APC) and the collaboration between APC and ECL. [December 2020]
- Distinguished Visiting Professor of Nazarbayev University, 2006 Nobel Laureate in Physics, George F. Smoot delivered two public lectures on Gravitational Waves, Merging Black Holes and Merging Binary Neutron Stars and Interpretation of LIGO-Virgo GW Events in the light of increased statistics. [November 2020]