Keyword: Department of Physics and Astronomy
Astronomers have unveiled the first image of the supermassive black hole at the centre of our own Milky Way galaxy. Interested in hearing how the image was made? Come and hear the researchers talk about the international research collaboration on Monday May 16th at 2 pm.
Researchers from Aalto University, the University of Turku and the Finnish Centre for Astronomy with ESO were part of the international research group in taking a revolutionary picture.
Using the telescopes of the MAGIC collaboration, scientists have detected very-high-energy gamma rays from the nova eruption of the RS Ophiuchi recurrent nova on the Milky Way. The measured radiation is up to one hundred billion times more energetic than visible light. This is the first time such intense gamma rays have been observed from a nova. The observations provide new insights into the role of nova eruptions as sources of the mysterious cosmic rays.
During the last twenty years, the trading in stock markets has undergone significant changes. Researchers from the University of Turku and the University of Palermo have investigated the role of high-frequency traders in the markets.
Astronomy has traditionally required a fair amount of travelling by researchers, as observatories are located around the world. As the pandemic drove people to rely on remote connections, a research group from the University of Turku adopted a new type of arrangement to observe the skies.
An international study led from the University of Turku discovered phosphorus and fluorine in solid dust particles collected from a comet. The finding indicates that all the most important elements necessary for life may have been delivered to the Earth by comets.
4.11.2019 at 10.30 - 16.00
The Turku University Centre for Materials and Surfaces (MatSurf) will arrange its annual seminar on Monday 4th of November 2019. The topic of the seminar is materials research. The two main speakers are:Prof. Laeticia Petit (Tampere University)Dr. Ville Saarimaa (Top Analytica Oy Ab, Turku)
20.8.2019 at 10.15 - 29.8.2019 at 12.00
Prof. Claudio Carmeli (Univ of Genova) delivers a mini-course in August. Title: Introduction to group theoretical methods in quantum informationDeion: The common thread of the lectures is a collection of impossible machines that have stimulated the research in quantum information. Using group...
Researchers of quantum technology at the University of Turku are collaborating internationally to promote the development of quantum computers and to create new applications based on quantum technology. These applications are expected to revolutionise our lives.
Teresa Lekari and Zahra Jahanshah Rad aim to combine research and business life. At the core of the projects is technology which can increase the lifetime of electronic devices.