Upcoming ESO or ESO-Related Workshops
- H0 - Assessing Uncertainties in Hubble’s Constant Across the Universe
Online, 22–26 June 2020
What's lurking behind the discord in the Hubble constant? This conference will discuss a wide range of observational methods, how to improve their systematics, and what H0 and other cosmological tensions tell us about cosmology and possible new physics beyond the Lambda-CDM model.
- Summer Research Programme
Online, 2 July-11 August 2020
The very successful ESO Summer Research Programme continues in 2020. This programme provides a unique opportunity to students not yet enrolled in PhD programmes to carry out a six-week research project with ESO Fellows and staff. Students can choose between a wide range of research projects, covering many areas of astronomy from exo-planets to cosmology. The programme also provides opportunities beyond research, including lectures, a mini-workshop, and many social activities. This year the workshop will be conducted online.
Pitch your research for an ESO Press Release for a chance to make the news.
ESO produces press releases based on research done with ESO telescopes or instruments, including those where ESO is a partner or that are hosted at an ESO site. At the Department of Communication, we are always searching for exciting and important research to feature in ESO press releases. If you have an interesting story of your own that you think could fit the criteria for an ESO press release, please send your paper to ESO's Public Information Officer Barbara Ferreira via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Share your photos from ESO sites!
If you are visiting ESO sites and you like to capture your experience on camera, the Department of Communication invites you to share your photos with the world. If you are interested please submit your pictures for evaluation by e-mail.