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Overview

Information is important at every level of human inquiry today, from personal to corporate, local to international. As a consequence, significant commercial as well as academic effort has been directed toward developing computer-based systems that facilitate the organization, storage, retrieval, analysis, and interpretation of information. Having this in mind the Ethiopian Space Science and Technology Institute established High Computing, ICT and Data Administration Directorate. The directorate currently is working in building the basic ICT infrastructure that the institute requires to have.

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Major Activities

  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Digital library
  • Data Center and LAN

Project on progress 

    Title : Planetary Astronomy
    Principal Investigator:  Ms. Etsegenet Getachew

Description : 

The idea of establishing Entoto Observatory and Space Science Research Center (EORC) has been initiated during the establishment of ESSS in 2004. The first initiative has set out by ESSS Board members and decided the establishment of Astronomy and Space Science research centers at Entoto and other Highlands of Ethiopia. The construction of the center has been started in 2008/2009. In January 2013 the center has established an independent research center with name Entoto Observatory and Research Center by 32 public universities, ESSS and Unity University to utilize and administer. The mandate of EORC is leading research and training in astronomy and astrophysics, space science, Earth Observation, satellite science and related science and technology as well as national and international Collaboration. It is the first and the only institute working on astronomy, space science, satellite technology and Earth Observation in Ethiopia.

Publication

Publication yearTitleAccess
Evolution of Angular Momentum and Orbital Period Changes in Close Double White Dwarf Binaries
Seblu Humne Negu, Solomon Belay Tessema
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A study of perturbations in scalar–tensor theory using 1+31+3 covariant approach
Joseph Ntahompagaze1, 2, 3, Amare Abebe1, 2, Manasse Mbonye3
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A study of perturbations in scalar–tensor theory using 1+31+3 covariant approach
By: Joseph Ntahompagaze1, 2, 3, Amare Abebe1, 2, Manasse Mbonye3
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Staff Profile

NameTitleResearch AreaContact Address
Berhan Gessesse PhDEnvironment and Natural Resource ManagementMob: +251-911-126910
Email: berhang@essti.gov.et
Solomon Belay TessemaPhDAstrophysicsMob: +251-911-126910
Email: solomonb@essti.gov.et
Tulu BeshaPhDGeodesy & Geo-dynamicsMob: +251-911-126910
Email: tulub@essti.gov.et