LISA (Laser Interferometer space antenna) will be a large-scale space mission designed to detect one of the most elusive phenomena in astronomy, gravitational waves. With LISA we will be able to observe the entire universe directly with gravitational waves, learning about the formation of structure and galaxies, stellar evolution, the early universe, and the structure and nature of spacetime itself.
Prado Martín Moruno coordinates the group LISA@UCM. This group participates in the Cosmology and the Fundamental Physics working groups of the LISA consortium. Other members of the group are: José A. R. Cembranos, Antonio López Maroto, and Diego Rubiera García.