GSSI researchers in the study of the Sos Enattos Area as site for the Einstein Telescope ET

 

Matteo Di Giovanni and Jan Harms are involved in the multidisciplinary study for the seismological characterization of the Sos Enattos Area—the Sardinia as a candidate Site for the Einstein Telescope, the European detector that is a highly sensitive instrument that will make a decisive contribution to improving our knowledge of the universe and the physical processes.

“First of all, I am glad to participate in this team effort aimed at bringing Einstein Telescope in Italy. The results presented in this paper are very promising for the candidate site – post doc researcher Matteo Di Giovanni says – I am sure that they will be also confirmed by future studies, driving the final decision about the location of ET in favour of Sardinia”

ET will play a key role worldwide in research activity in the field of gravitational waves, from both a scientific and an infrastructural point of view.

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