After the success of our first data school last year, we will be holding our second e-MERLIN Data School at the University of Manchester, UK, from 13-15 May 2024

The purpose of this school is to show participants how to reduce e-MERLIN data using the e-MERLIN CASA Pipeline. The school is designed for those with some radio astronomy knowledge. Priority will be given to PhD students and early career researchers. The three-day school will include calibration, imaging and self-calibration tutorials, with an opportunity to bring your own data (BYOD) to get expert help with your own e-MERLIN projects. We expect to be able to have space for up to 10 participants.

Date and Venue

The school will run from Monday 13 May at 9am until Wednesday 15 May at 5pm at the Alan Turing Building at the University of Manchester.

Registration

The link to register is on the right hand side of this page.

Fees, Funding, Visas and Travel Support

We expect to waive registration fees and provide lunches, teas and coffees. We also have a small amount of funding to support accommodation for some participants, but if this is required then justification is needed in the registration form. To facilitate organising visas, please register and request a visa letter as soon as possible.

Programme

The proposed programme is on the right hand side of this page.

Meeting Sponsors

This event has received funding from the Opticon RadioNet Pilot, e-MERLIN VLBI National Facility and the University of Manchester.
This event has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101004719.

Code of Conduct

This event will be conducted under the guidelines set out in the ORP Code of Conduct, which can be found on the link at the side of this page.


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