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Astronomy

Extremely Large Telescopes science vision: Roberto Gilmozzi plenary presentation

2010 SPIE Astronomical Instrumentation Plenary presentation. "Extremely Large Telescopes science vision" Roberto Gilmozzi, European Southern Observatory

12 July 2010, SPIE Newsroom. DOI: 10.1117/2.3201007.17
Roberto Gilmozzi is Head of ESO's Telescope Division and Principal Investigator of the E-ELT. He was Director of the Paranal Observatory from 1999 to 2005. Before joining ESO in 1994 as head of the Optical Instrumentation Department he worked for ESA, at IUE (1983-88) and HST (1988-94). He was educated at the University of Rome. His research interests include novae, supernovae, their remnants, and their connection to the
cosmic star formation history.