Dark Cosmology Centre – University of Copenhagen

Dark Cosmology Centre (DARK) is an astrophysics research centre of excellence at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, focusing on the ‘dark Universe’: what is dark matter and dark energy, when did stars and black holes form, and what is the role of cosmic dust?


  • Francesco Valentino starts as DARK Fellow

    • 31-10-2016
    • Welcome Francesco Valentino, who starts November 1 as a Dark Fellow, funded by Georgios Magdis' Villum YIP project “Gas to stars - Stars to dust ; Tracing star formation across cosmic time”.

  • Raoul Cañameras Starts as Postdoc

    • 19-10-2016
    • Welcome to Raoul Cañameras, who started on October 1 as a postdoc to work with Lise Christensen on the YDUN grant "Galaxy building blocks: Dwarf galaxies at high redshifts”. Raoul recently passed the PhD examination and received the title of Doctor in Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Paris-Saclay. »

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