The sixth IRAM millimeter interferometry school took place in Grenoble, October 6-10 2008. This event marked the 10th anniversary of the first millimeter interferometry school that was organized in June 1998. Since then, a school has been held every two years.
This year, about 70 particpants attended the school (Fig. 1) - but 108 applications were received, from astronomers of 23 different countries (+ ESO). These large numbers show that this school series is now well established in the community, and that the performances of the Plateau de Bure interferometer and the construction of ALMA increase the number of astronomers interested in millimeter interferometry. This school was supported by RadioNet.
The next IRAM millimeter interferometry school will be organized in 2010.