September 29 - October 6, 2002
A Euro Lab Course with support from the European Commission
IRAM organizes in September/October its Third Interferometry School in the
Grenoble area. This school, which is part of the
Euro Lab Course ``Millimeter Observing School'', will be co-sponsored by
IRAM and the European Commission. The school will take place from
September 29 to October 6, 2002.
The school is intended for PhD students, post-docs and scientists who want to acquire a good knowledge of interferometry techniques at mm wavelengths. In the same spirit as the previous two interferometry schools, the courses will be focused on the Plateau de Bure interferometer, with an outlook to the next generation interferometer ALMA. Demonstration sessions will help the participants to become familiar with the reduction and imaging of Plateau de Bure data and the related technology. We would like to encourage participants to present posters related to their scientific work.
The number of participants will be limited to 40 persons. On the basis of their CV and references, young researchers are granted a financial support for travel and lodging expenses if they are nationals or long term residents of the European Union or an associated state.
More details and updates will be posted soon on the home page of the school (http://iram.fr/IS/school.html) where you can also find the proceedings of the previous summer school. A pre-registration form can be found in the appendix of this newsletter.
Please ask H. Wiesemeyer for further information ( firstname.lastname@example.org).