FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT RadioNet/AstroGrid Workshop 4-8 Dec 2006
amsr at jb.man.ac.uk
Tue Oct 10 05:04:08 PDT 2006
Apologies for cross-posting
RadioNet/AstroGrid workshop for radio data providers
5-8 Dec 2006 Oxford, England
(following science workshop 4-5 Dec)
OPEN FOR REGISTRATION and ACCOMODATION BOOKING
This linked pair of workshops are aimed at astronomers, software
developers and other scientists who are
1. interested in using VO tools for scientific research to compare
and process data from all parts of the e-m spectrum (4-5 Dec),
2. involved with radio archives and large surveys or other data
collections and pipelines (5-8 Dec).
Both workshops will be hands-one and you will exchange skills and
tackle data-related problems. This may involve some preparatory work
(installing software, setting up access to a suitable data
Attendance will be limited to about 30 people including tutors.
Please register by 3 November to ensure a place and accomodation.
Some financial support is available, see web pages.
The agenda is not fixed so please let us have your requirements as
soon as possible. Please reply to
radiovo at jb.man.ac.uk
giving the information below (please consult
http://wiki.astrogrid.org/bin/view/Astrogrid/RadioAgenda for the
present draft for data providers):
(e.g. PDRA, archive software engineer)
Probable arrival and departure dates (see ** for accomodation
(e.g. Science use of VO, publishing radio catalogue, pipelining
visibility data for VO access)
Relevant experience (e.g. Web service installation, AIPS, python)
Which topics listed interest you most? Is there anything missing you
want to see?
Do you want to present a tool, model etc. which the workshop might
Thanks very much for your interest
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Dr. Anita M. S. Richards, AstroGrid Astronomer
MERLIN/VLBI National Facility, University of Manchester, Jodrell Bank
Observatory, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 9DL, U.K. tel +44 (0)1477 572683
(direct); 571321 (switchboard); 571618 (fax).
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