9-11 October 2017
Area della Ricerca
Europe/Rome timezone

Rapid advances in technologies relevant to VLBI are foreseen in many fields: data recording, transmission, correlation and data analysis. They implies to reconsider how to make use of the VLBI observing technique to attain prominent scientific progresses in both astronomy and geodesy. Reports on current and near-term progresses on VLBI technology are expected. Forward look to opportunity and views of VLBI technology in the years to come are encouraged. Suggested areas of interest:

--Direct-RF-sampling,

--Tbps-scale data recording/transmission/correlation,

--Time and Frequency Distribution,

--Developments on software including fringe-fitting,

--Combination of linear and circular polarization in VLBI observations,

--Potential VLBI facilities at low frequencies, and at mm and sub-mm wavelengths

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This event has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730562 [RadioNet]

Starts 9 Oct 2017 11:00
Ends 11 Oct 2017 19:00
Europe/Rome
Area della Ricerca
Meeting room 215
Via Gobetti 101

Important dates:
                  Abstract submission deadline - August 30th
                  Registration deadline -  September 30th

Scientific Organization: S. Gulayev, C. Phillips, M. Lindqvist, B. Petrachenko, J. Quick, A. Roy, A. Szomoru, K. Takefuji, G. Tuccari, P. Elosegui, J. Romney, S. Tingay, T. Venturi

Local Organization : M. Nanni, M. Stagni, B. Neri, M. Giroletti, F. Mantovani, T. Venturi