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  • 12-17 June 2023

    The 11th VLTI Interferometry School will be held on 12-17 June 2023 in Budapest.


    Registration is possible until March 15. The maximum number of participants has been set at 50 persons.

  • 5-9 June 2023

    In the late spring of 2023, from 5-9 June, JIVE will be hosting the third edition of the CASA VLBI workshop. The aim of this workshop is to train participants on data processing and imaging of VLBI observations with the CASA package. Though the focus will be on continuum astronomical experiments, other applications of VLBI will be discussed. Participants are expected to have a basic understanding of radio interferometry, but do not need to be experts. Introductory lectures on VLBI and CASA will be part of the programme.

  • ESO Gravity

    17-26 May 2023

    In this school - organised in Milano (italy) -  the students will do a 'Phase A' study of an instrument. They will plan an instrument in small groups led by an experienced tutor. During the first week the mornings are dedicated to lectures and the afternoons to group work. During the second week the students will concentrate on group work. At the end of the school all groups will present their instrument plans.

  • This meeting will be a 1-day working ‘all-hands’ face-to-face meeting for the ORP Joint Activity 2- Seamless Performance. 

    The meeting will comprise of:

  • VLTI

    20 February - 20 March 2023 (each Monday)

    The school will include an introduction to how proposals are reviewed by Time Allocation Committees (TACs), unconscious bias in proposal review and the (double-)blind proposal review system. The students will take part in group work that involves forming mini-TACs to review a set of professionally written proposals to gain experience on the process. There will also be sessions on building a science and technical case for their own proposals, with expert advice from tutors on what to do and avoid when writing an observing proposal.