Los Alamos National LaboratoryCenter for Space and Earth Science
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Center for Space and Earth Science

High quality, cutting-edge science in the areas of astrophysics, space physics, solid planetary geoscience, and Earth systems

Contact  

  • Professional Staff Assistant
  • Sarah Balkey
  • (505) 667-8777
  • Email

Focus Area Leaders  

  • Pipelining Initiative for Space Applied Technology and Science (PI-SATS)
  • Peter Bloser
  • (505) 664 0524
  • Email
Earth from space, courtesy of NASA via Wikimedia Commons.

CSES is the 2016 follow-on Center from the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (IGPP), which was founded at Los Alamos in 1981.

The mission of the Center for Space and Earth Science (CSES) is to coordinate research and to foster innovation in five scientific focus areas – Astrophysics, Space Science, Geophysics, Planetary Physics and Earth Systems Research. CSES provides a gateway for collaborations with academic institutions in these science areas, provides external visibility and brings new ideas in these areas to LANL, and acts as a catalyst for new project ideas in support of the Laboratory’s mission. Read our mission statement »

News and announcements

 Due September 9 - CSES Rapid Response and Special Rapid Response Call for FY23 - Round 1 - see R&D Cental announcement.

FY23 CSES Call for Proposals has been posted.

Bill Feldman Science Symposium postponed.
Please see website for details: Bill Feldman Symposium

About Program Announcements
Program announcements for CSES Calls for proposals, seminars, workshops and summer schools are made through LANL’s R&D Central portal (requires WIN login/password). Use the portal to sign up for NSEC - Center for Space and Earth Science Announcements.