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 own scientific interests.
If you would like to get a first idea what the courses may contain, you can consult the proceedings of the first and second IRAM interferometry schools over the links on the page http://www.iram.fr/IRAMFR/IS/). The page also contains a link to a high resolution jpeg file of the poster below.
The number of participants will be limited to 60 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 . Only low-fare flight tickets (i.e. including a week-end), respectively train tickets (for shorter distances) can be reimbursed.
In case you are interested (and if you have not already registered),
please fill out the registration form at the end of this Newsletter and
send it to us before July 31, or ask H. Wiesemeyer for further information.
Wednesday, July 31, 2002:
Deadline for registration. Late registrations will be handled on a best-effort basis, without any guarantee.
Sunday, Sept. 29, 2002:
Arrival of participants and welcome reception.
Monday, Sept. 30 - Saturday, Oct. 5, 2002:
Lectures and practical exercises at the IRAM headquarters.
Sunday, Oct. 6: Departure date.
Scientific Organizing Committee:
S. Guilloteau (chair), E. van Dishoeck, M. Grewing,
F. Gueth, R. Neri
Local Organizing Committee:
H. Wiesemeyer (chair), C. Berjaud,
M. Bremer, R. Mauersberger