The Astroparticle and Cosmology Laboratory
The Astroparticle and Cosmology (APC) lab in Paris assembles specialists (experimentalists, scholars and reaserchers) working in various territories including high-vitality astronomy, cosmology, attractive energy, and neutrino physics. The organization was established in January 2005 and soon moved to new grounds of Paris Diderot University in the Paris Rive Gauche range.
The lab is a "Blended Research Unit" in French phrasing, financed by Paris Diderot University, the Center national de la recherche scientifique (Institutions like IN2P3, additionally INSU and INP), the Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies options and the Paris Observatory. The Astroparticle and Cosmology located in Paris, France with its campus in Paris Rive Gauche and affiliated from Paris Diderot University, CNRS, CEA and Paris Observatory. The institute is having a backbone consisting of 157 Academic staff, 14 Administrative staff, 60 engineers, technicians, 31 Doctoral students and many more researchers. The Astroparticle and Cosmology has its research wings and activities focusing on the topics of Cosmology, High-energy astrophysics, Neutrinos, Gravitation and Theory.
The Astroparticle and Cosmology comprises of Lab Projects, Scientific Life (Colloquiums / Seminars /Workshops / Conferences, Theses / Internships / Employment, Training, Platforms / Valorisation, Europe / International and Documentation. Various ongoing projects are AD VIRGO, ANTARES / KM3NeT / ORCA, ASTRO-H, ATHENA, DARKSIDE, DOUBLE-CHOOZ, EBOSS, EGRAAL, EPTA, EUCLID, HESS / CTA, IGOSAT, INTEGRAL, JEM-EUSO, JUNO, LSST, LisaPathFinder / ELISA, PLANCK, POLARBEAR, QUBIC, R & D BOLOMETERS, R & D COMPTON, R & D GAMMA-CUBE, R & D SiPM, SOX, SVOM, TARANIS, WA105 / DUNE etc.