Deadline 03 February 2020 (15:00 UT) The 100-m radio telescope of the Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie and the data reduction facilities are available to all qualified scientists. The present policy allows the allocation of up to 40% of available observing time to external astronomers. The directors of the institute make observing time available to applicants based on [...]
The calls for RadioNet support for Short Term Missions, JRA participants as well as organisers of technical and training events are open until February 1, 2020. For more read here.
My research field deals with the formation of high mass stars. I am interested in the role of already formed high mass stars (and their associated ionized - HII - regions) on the possible formation of a new generation of (high mass) stars. The many available infrared and submillimetre surveys have revealed the important of [...]
– open until July 1, 2019 – RadioNet is a consortium of 27 institutions in Europe, the Republic of Korea and South Africa, integrating at European level world-class infrastructures for research in radio astronomy. RadioNet has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730562, in order [...]
RadioNet has defined wide-ranging networking measures for the dissemination of scientific and technical results, as well as for training, scientific exchange and cooperation with industry. We are issuing calls addressing different communities and offering the possibility of financial support for Organisers of: Scientific events Technical events Training events Individual: Transnational Access users to attend international [...]
RadioNet has defined wide-ranging networking measures for the dissemination of scientific and technical results, as well as for training, scientific exchange and cooperation with industry. On January 1, 2020 - we are issuing calls addressing different communities and offering the possibility of financial support for Organisers of Technical events Training events Individuals: Short Term [...]
The impact of radio frequency interference (RFI) on astronomical and geodetic observations, or remote sensing, is of major concern for all observatories around the world. The existence of RFI can damage the amplifying stages of these ultra low noise receivers or drive them into saturation and, hence, generate intermodulation. Today in Yebes Observatory (IGN) starts [...]
RadioNet offers financial support for scientific, technical or training events and for short-term visits of scientists or engineers to participating institutions. The next deadline for applications is February 15, 2017. For details, refer to the call text and application forms.