The radio astronomy group at Bielefeld University is looking for an astronomically - minded computer scientist for solarwind studies. More information here. Note: Deadline for application is January 4, 2018.
In the December issue of the RadioNet newsletter, one can find the information about the project including policy news and upcoming events. Link to the newsletter
A characteristic of the radio observatories participating in RadioNet is that they allow to observe the sky in a large range of frequencies. The previous state-of-the-art has been to use different radio receivers optimized for a specific range of frequencies and to switch receivers whenever it was necessary, which sometimes has been time consuming and required [...]
The Italian ARC node organizes with the RadioNet support a workshop on self-calibration and advanced imaging on 11-13 December 2017 at INAF/Bologna. The main purpose of this short workshop is to obtain a better understanding of the self-calibration and advanced imaging techniques, in particular on ALMA data. It will be a unique opportunity for the [...]
Francisco `Paco´ Colomer will become the director of JIVE, beginning in January 2018. He takes over the position that Huib van Langevelde has held for ten years. More information here.
ICRI 2018 will take place in Vienna, Austria on 12-14 September 2018 and will be co-organised by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW) and the European Commission. Participants from more than 50 countries are expected to take part, speakers representing high-level stakeholders from across the globe and highly profiled institutions will [...]
The RadioNet funded ALMA data processing workshopIt has started today afternoon, held in Lisbon at the Faculty of Science of Lisbon University. Scientists from different parts of Europe will learn how to manage ALMA data, starting from raw data to end up with scientifically useful images and spectra. More information here.
In the November issue of the RadioNet newsletter, one can find the latest information about the project including policy news and job opportunities. Link to the newsletter
Members of the European ARC nodes network are meeting from 28-30 November 2017 in Gothenburg for a workshop to discuss the development of advanced software tools for interferometry. The ALMA observatory produces high-quality and complex observational data, giving us a view of the universe in unprecedented detail. At the same time, ALMA provides support for [...]