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e-MERLIN Cycle 10 call for proposals

e-MERLIN requests proposals from the international astronomical community for observations to be made during Cycle-10. Proposals are competitively peer-reviewed under standard STFC rules by the PATT e-MERLIN Time Allocation Committee. Allocation will be made on the basis of scientific merit and technical feasibility alone. During e-MERLIN operations ~50% of observing time has been allocated to large legacy projects and the remaining formal time will be allocated via PATT to standard proposals solicited prior to each observing semester. For information on e-MERLIN capabilities and how to submit a proposal click here.

Deadline: January 15, 2020

Traineeships in science operations with massive arrays at ASTRON/NL

Traineeships in science operations with massive arrays

ASTRON and JIVE announce the availability of a minimum of two grants for their Traineeship in Science Operations with massive arrays. Astronomers will spend a trimester at the institute in Dwingeloo/NL. Under the supervision of Telescope Scientists, they will be exposed to the science operations with massive arrays.
Deadline:  15 January 2020



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