Webinar: Introduction to Radio Interferometry on January 28, 2020

//Webinar: Introduction to Radio Interferometry on January 28, 2020

Webinar: Introduction to Radio Interferometry on January 28, 2020

The technique of radio interferometry is an essential tool for modern radio astronomy. Interferometry made the Event Horizon Telescope image of M87* possible, but it is widely used in radio astronomy to improve angular resolution compared to that achievable with a single aperture, to increase sensitivity, improve astrometric precision, and control systematics.

This webinar aims to review the basics of radio interferometry, very long baseline interferometry, and radio telescope signal calibration. These topics have relevance to future webinars on EHT data, but also ALMA, VLA, NOEMA, GMVA, VLBA, and other, widely used interferometers.

Date: Jan 28, 2020 09:00 AM in Arizona
You can register to attend on the Webpage.

 

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