European Radio Interferometry School
7-11 October 2019, Gothenburg, Sweden
Hosted by Onsala Space Observatory at Chalmers University of Technology.
The school will take place at Hotel Panorama, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Deadline for registration: 3 May 2019, and for registration fee payment: 10 June 2019.
This school is the eighth of a series of summer schools supported by RadioNet
. ERIS will provide a week of lectures and tutorials on how to achieve scientific results from radio interferometry.
The topics covered by the lectures/tutorials will include:
- Calibration and imaging of continuum, spectral line, and polarization data;
- Observing techniques for low frequencies (e.g. LOFAR), intermediate frequencies (e.g. VLA and e-MERLIN), high frequencies (e.g. ALMA and NOEMA), and VLBI (e.g. EVN);
- Extracting the information from astronomical data and interpreting the results;
- Choosing the most suitable array and observing plan for your project.
Previous ERIS events:
Scientific Organizing Committee (SOC): Michael Lindqvist (Chalmers, Sweden; chair), Arancha Castro-Carrizo (IRAM, NOEMA, France), Liz Humphreys (ESO, Garching, Germany), Katharine Johnston (University of Leeds, United Kingdom), Robert Laing (SKA, Jodrell Bank Observatory, United Kingdom), Matthias Maercker (Chalmers, Sweden), John McKean (ASTRON, The Netherlands), Monica Orienti (INAF, Italy), Anita Richards (JBCA, United Kingdom), Eduardo Ros (MPIfR, Bonn, Germany), Ilse van Bemmel (JIVE, The Nehterlands), Wouter Vlemmings (Chalmers, Sweden)
Local Organizing Committee (LOC): Michael Lindqvist (chair), Stephen Bourke, Matthias Maercker, Magnus Thomasson, Carmen Toribio