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It is currently planned that the RadioNet co-funded 15th European VLBI Network (EVN) Symposium, “Providing the Sharpest View of the Universe,” and the EVN Users Meeting will be hosted by University College Cork on behalf of the EVN Consortium Board of Directors during July 6-10, 2020. Unfortunately, the Covid-19 pandemic makes it uncertain whether it [...]
UPDATE from March 18, 2020: Following the development of the COVID19 epidemic and the measures recently enforced by the French and Spanish authorities, the activities at the institute headquarters in Grenoble as well as at the Granada office have been reduced to a strict minimum. No visitors at any site, including the observatories, are allowed. [...]
Following the development of the COVID19 epidemic and information from UK Government and Public Health England, The University of Manchester has taken the decision to suspend face to face activities across the University, including temporarily reducing those at the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics (JBCA). Many JBCA staff are working at home, delivering online lectures, supervising students, [...]
2nd OPTICON Instrumentation School will take place September 16-25, 2020 in Milan/IT, at the INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera. Theme: Integral Field Spectroscopy. Deadline for applications is Thursday April 30, the application form can be found here. More information on the school can be found here.
Due to the COVID-19 situation, the RadioNet MGT is working remotely from now on. Feel free to contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org Take care & stay healthy! RadioNet partners and the Covid-19 situation: MPG, ASTRON, IRAM, INAF, JIV-ERIC, UMAN, CHALMERS, STFC, SRON, OBSPARIS, UOXF, UAH, ESO, Fraunhofer, RUG, DIAS, LOFAR, UMK, VENT, UCO, AALTO, TCD, KASI, UTU, UB, [...]
Prof Gabriele Giovannini will retire at the beginning of the Academic Year 2020/21. His accomplishments in research, teaching, and tutoring will be celebrated with many of his friends, collaborators, and former students in Bologna, on 2020 October 21-22. Initial information is available here. Further details will be made available in late March
Please send nominations for the 2020 award to Jessica Utley latest March 20, 2020. Nominations should be concise (~1 page) and address both the nominee’s contribution to the advancement of radio astronomy and their potential to increase public appreciation through the Jansky Lecture. The 2020 Jansky Lecturer will have made significant contributions related to radio astronomy, [...]