Topical collection of Solar Physics journal “Solar radio physics from the chromosphere to near Earth” was completed and published. The volume contains 16 articles and provides a snapshot of the developments and challenges that were discussed during the CESRA workshop. The 2016 CESRA workshop had a special emphasis on the complementarity of current and future [...]
On 24 July 2018, all parts of the final H2020 Work Programme 2018-2020 have been updated. The changes related to 2019 (topics, dates and budget) are explained in the Participant Portal. The full ‘Topics Descriptions’ for Calls in 2020 will be announced in Summer 2019. The details on individual calls can be fund here.
The new RadioNet newsletter has been just issued. Information about the supported events, recent triumph of the multi-messenger astronomy, EC policy news and more can be found here!
A triumph of multi-messenger astronomy On September 22nd 2017, an energetic neutrino hit an atom of the gigantic cubic kilometer sized IceCube neutrino observatory in Antarctica. That atom, as a result, emitted a myon particle, which in turn resulted in a cascade of photons of visible light. These photons could traverse the extremely transparent [...]
VLBI proposals for observing at 3mm wavelength (86 GHz) using: the VLBA, GBT*, EFFELSBERG, PICO VELETA, ONSALA, METSAEHOVI, YEBES and KVN telescopes should be submitted by 1 AUGUST 2018 (UT 21:00) Successful proposals will be considered for scheduling in GMVA Session I 2019 (4-9 April) or in a later session. ** Proposals for GMVA+ALMA [...]
The University of Tasmania is currently advertising for a 50:50 postdoctoral researcher in radio astronomy/lecturer in radio astronomy
The holder of this position will undertake dedicated research and publications on VLBI operations and its geodetic products, teaching at the honours and undergraduate levels, and supervision of research higher degree students. The closing date for applications is 30 July 2018. More here.