Chemical Elements as Tracers of the Evolution of the Cosmos

Institute of Space Science (ISS), Bucharest-Magurele, Romania

The Intstitute of Space Science (ISS) from Magurele, Romania, conducts scientific research and development in space and High Energy Physics science.

The  Institute  of  Space  Science (ISS) conducts  scientific  research in areas such as Astroparticle Physics, High Energy Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology, Space Plasma Physics. It also performs activities related to applied research, design and development of space technologies. ISS has  been  involved  in  collaborations  and  partnerships  renowned  both  nationally  and internationally (CERN-ALICE, ANTARES, KM3NeT, Pierre Auger Observatory), in ESA’s space program through space missions such as Euclid, Planck, Cluster, SWARM, JEM-EUSO, PROBA-3 and LISA, in STORM PF7 program and in NASA’s program with the first Romanian experiment on board of the International Space Station.


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ChETEC contact person: Dr. P. Gina Isar (gina.isar[at]