Sydney Institute for Astronomy
The Sydney Institute for Astronomy (SIfA) is a national and international leader, through cutting edge theoretical and observational research and the application of new technology for the next generation of instruments and telescopes. As well as being a research leader, SIfA is committed to excellence in postgraduate training and research-led undergraduate training.
SIfA has moved!
We are now back in the Physics Building on the main campus of the University.
Professor Joss Bland-Hawthorn has been awarded the NSW Premier's Prizes for Science & Engineering, in the category Excellence in Mathematics, Earth Sciences, Chemistry and Physics
The Sydney Institute for Astronomy proudly presents the first series of the prestigious Hunstead Lectures, funded by a generous gift to the University of Sydney - the Dick Hunstead Fund for Astrophysics
University of Sydney PhD candidate Rebecca McElroy is the lead author of a new international discovery paper that suggests why: the black hole is being starved of fuel.