La Universitat de València lidera la investigación española en Teledetección

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Casi la mitad de la investigación de impacto en Teledetección que produce España se origina en la Universitat de València, según se recoge en el ranking ‘webcindario’ elaborado por Grupo DIH. Los datos proceden de la Web of Science, la mayor plataforma web del mundo para el análisis de los resultados de investigación. El grueso de la I+D se lleva a cabo en el Laboratorio de Procesado de Imágenes (LPI-Parc Científic) y en el Departamento de Física de la Tierra y Termodinámica.

BeXRB 2014

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The IPL organizes the second edition of the BeXRB workshop. The BeXRB2014 meeting will gather experts in the field of Be X-Ray Binary systems, from observers to theoreticians, in order to share the latest developments and discoveries in the field, to settle existing collaborations or start new ones. Scientific discussions are encouraged and promoted, in a friendly and open atmosphere. The workshop will be hold in the Aula Magna of the University of Valencia, the perfect environment to celebrate this kind of meetings. It will take place from 7 to 10 July 2014.

El LPI lleva la astrofísica a las aulas de secundaria y bachillerato

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En colaboración con la rama española de la asociación global "Hands On Universe" (HOU, El Universo en tus manos) el Laboratorio de Procesado de Imágenes ha organizado un programa de observación de fuentes estelares de altas energías desde telescopios terrestres que realizarán alumnos valencianos de secundaria y bachillerato.

IPL organizes the BeXRB 2011 workshop

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The BeXRB systems hide many unresolved mysteries which the scientific community have not been able to unveil despite the huge amount of data brought down to earth by space missions and accumulated by on ground observatories. A group of experts in the field will discuss during a few days in Valencia the need to revise our theories and way of working in order to unmask the physics responsible of the very interesting poroperties of the BeXRB systems. Workshop web page: BeXRB2011.

1st International Workshop of the New Hard X-ray Mission observatory

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The IPL brings to Valencia the first international workshop dedicated to the New Hard X-ray Mission observatory. The latest and hotest high energy astrophysics topics will be discussed in the context of the advances expected with the capabilities of this new internationl mission.

INTEGRAL discovers a new millisecond pulsar

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During the observations of the Galactic Bulge during September 12, 2009, INTEGRAL discovered a new bright hard X-ray source, which was designated IGRJ17511-3057.

 

ESA announces preliminary payload selection for Solar Orbiter

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20 Mar 2009

A suite of 10 instruments has been selected as the scientific payload for the ESA Solar Orbiter mission. The payload complement will support scientific investigations ranging from near-Sun and out-of-ecliptic in-situ measurements to remote-sensing observations of the Sun and its environs.


See more here and here.

El IPL participa en actividades del "Año Internacional de la Astronomía"

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Junto  con FGV (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana) a través de su "metroclub", el IPL participa en la organización de actividades de divulgación de la Astornomía durante el mes de Octubre. Las actividades tendran lugar en estaciones de metro de la red de FGV e incluyen un taller de lanzamiento de cohetes, observación del sol, un taller de contrucción de relojes de sol y un taller sobre constelaciones.

IPL description

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The Image Processing Laboratory (IPL) of the University of Valencia consists of research groups with a common technological mission: imaging from satellite data and remote sensing.

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