The MIT Kavli Institute (Director: Robert Simcoe; Associate Director: Marshall Bautz) is located in Building 37 (View Map) of the MIT Campus at 70 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA, a short walk from the Kendall/MIT Redline subway stop on Main Street in Kendall Square. We also have offices and labs in Buildings NE83 and NW22. View campus map for building locations.
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The Astrophysics Division of the Physics Department at MIT (Division Head: Scott Hughes) is primarily located on floors 5 and 6 of the MIT Kavli Institute (MIT Building 37). We co-sponsor a weekly MIT Astrophysics Colloquium and an Astrophysics Brown Bag Lunch Series with the MIT Kavli Institute.
For general inquiries about the Astrophysics Division, please contact:
Thea Paneth, Administrative Assistant
P: (617) 253-3718
F: (617) 253-9798
The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) (Director: Peter Fritschel) is a facility dedicated to the detection of cosmic gravitational waves and the measurement of these waves for scientific research. MIT LIGO is located at 185 Albany Street in Building NW22.
For general inquiries about LIGO, please contact:
Marie Woods, Administrative Assistant
P: (617) 253-4824
F: (617) 253-7014
MIT Kavli Institute staff working on TESS and Chandra (and related projects ACIS, HETG and CXC) are primarily located at in Building NE83 at One Kendall Square.
For general inquiries, please contact:
Elaine Tirrell, Administrative Assistant
P: (617) 253-7480
F: (617) 253-8084
For TESS inquiries, please contact:
Debbie Meinbresse, Assistant to the Director