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    The 12th IRAM millimeter interferometry school will be held in the week of November 18, 2024 at the IRAM headquarters (Grenoble, France).

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    The 2024 NEON Observing School will be hosted by the National Observatory of Athens, Greece, from October 13 to October 25, 2024. Mainly funded by ORP, the school will provide hands-on observing experience on professional telescopes. During this period, the students will go through, together with an experienced tutor, all the steps from planning the observations to reducing and analysing the obtained data.


  • poster ERIS2024

    Deadline for registration is May 10th, 2024.

    ERIS aims to provide a comprehensive overview of radio interferometry, covering fundamentals, data processing, and analysis techniques, along with practical hands-on sessions. The lectures and tutorials will cover the following topics:

    • Calibration and imaging of interferometry data (continuum, spectral line, and polarization)

    • Observational techniques using various arrays (e.g., LOFAR, e-MERLIN, EVN/VLBI, ALMA & NOEMA) 

    • Strategies for observation planning and proposal writing


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    This school will cover all the electromagnetic radiation from high energy gamma-rays to radio and also include neutrino and gravitational wave astrophysics. 

    It is aimed at astronomy/physics students who want to learn more about astrophysical observations at other wavebands and messengers. The school is mainly meant for PhD students, but also MSc students and young postdocs are encouraged to apply.

    More information on the school and the application form can be found here

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    The European VLBI Network Symposium is the main forum for discussion of the latest Very Long Baseline Interferometry scientific results and technical and technological developments within the EVN member countries. 

    Important deadlines:

    - For abstract submission: 10 June 2024

    - For registration: 30 June 024

    For more details see here.