In pursuit of unraveling the mysteries of Fast Radio Bursts, a new telescope will bring engineers at West Virginia University one step closer to an explanation.
Thanks to a $1.7 million National Science Foundation grant awarded to
, assistant professor in the
Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources
, a new telescope is slated to be built at the Green Bank Observatory to pinpoint
the locations of FRBs in far off galaxies, enabling the ability to finally discover
the nature of these enigmatic objects.
Bandura is also a researcher and collaborator in the Center for Gravitational Waves and Cosmology.