Centrum Astronomiczne im. Mikołaja Kopernika Polskiej Akademii Nauk
Bartycka 18 St.
00-716 Warszawa

ESO DAY in Poland – ESO’s 60th Anniversary

Welcome to the

ESO Day 2022

We would like to invite the Polish ESO community to participate in the “ESO Day in Poland – ESO’s 60th Anniversary” conference , which will be held in Warsaw, Poland, November 24th 2022.

The conference is an open event, and the organizers do not anticipate a conference fee.

You can also join Us on ZOOM – Send request for event link to LOC

Photo Credit: ESO

About the event

The conference aims to present the main achievements made possible by ESO telescopes and look ahead to the most promising fields for the Polish astronomical community. We hope that this meeting will provide an opportunity for the present and future ESO users to discuss major achievements, upcoming projects and strategic plans for the future.

Framework program of ESO Day in Warsaw November 24th 2022

– Welcome –

Welcome coffee, tea, cakes

– 1 –

Speeches of official guests

– 2 –

Presentation of ESO – science, work, services

– 3 –

Polish participation in ESO

– 4 –

Scientific achievements

– 5 –

Involvement in apparatus projects

– 6 –

Career paths of young scientists in ESO

– 7 –

Statistics of Polish participation in ESO

Do you have any question?
Feel free to contact us anytime.

European Southern Observatory Day


The conference is organized by Ministry of Education and Science and Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center of Polish Academy of Sciences. The ESO Day will take place in the main lecture room of the Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences, in Warsaw ul Bartycka 18 and transmitted online.


Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Centre
of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Bartycka 18 str.
00-716 Warsaw

Some Insights

ESO, the European Southern Observatory is an intergovernmental organisation with 16 Member States along with the host state of Chile and with Australia as a strategic partner.


Unique world-class
observing sites


Research proposals are made
each year


Giant antennas observing at millimetre and submillimetre wavelengths


Size of primary mirror of
the world’s biggest eye on the sky