European ARC Announcements

European ARC Announcements are provided by ESO and the European ALMA Nodes that together make up the European ALMA Regional Centre Network.

ERIS 2019

Published: 13 Mar 2019

ERIS 2019: European Radio Interferometry School to be held 7-11 October 2019 in Gothenburg, Sweden


This school is the eighth of a series of summer schools supported by RadioNet. ERIS will provide a week of lectures and tutorials on how to achieve scientific results from radio interferometry.

ALMA long term configuration schedule

Published: 26 Feb 2019

Long baselines only in Cycle 7 and 9: 

Starting from Cycle 7 there will be a longer term array configuration schedule indicating the anticipated configurations for the following three cycles, in this case Cycle 7, 8 and 9.

Vacancy Notice: ALMA Regional Centre Astronomer

Published: 20 Dec 2018

For its ALMA Regional Centre at the Headquarters in Garching near Munich, Germany, ESO is opening the position of

ALMA Regional Centre Astronomer

The closing date for receipt of applications to be considered for the position is 4 February, 2019.  

ALMA Cycle 7 Pre-announcement

Published: 19 Dec 2018

The Joint ALMA Observatory (JAO) will start the next cycle of observing (Cycle 7) in October 2019.

A Call for Proposals with detailed information on Cycle 7 will be issued in March 2019, with a deadline for proposal submission in April 2019. This pre-announcement highlights aspects of the Cycle 7 proposal call that are needed to plan proposals. More information can be found on the ALMA Science Portal.

ALMA Cycle 7 will introduce the new capabilites, Long baselines at Band 7 and Solar observations at Band 7

Key Dates:

  • 19 March 2019 (15:00 UTC) - Call for proposals and OT release
  • 17 April 2019 (15:00 UTC)  - Cycle 7 deadline
  • End of July 2019 - Result of proposal reviews
  • 5 September 2019 - Phase 2 submission deadline
  • October 2019- Start of Cycle 7 observations
  • September 2020 - End of Cycle 7 observations

ALMA2019 Science Meeting: science results and cross-facility synergies

Published: 18 Dec 2018

Workshop Pre-Announcement: 

ALMA2019: science results and cross-facility synergies to be held 14-18 October 2019 in Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy - save the dates.


At this meeting we aim to once again bring together the world-wide ALMA community to discuss the observatory's recent scientific highlights, following the success of previous meetings held in 2012 in Puerto Varas, Chile; in 2014 in Tokyo, Japan; and in 2016 in Indian Wells, California, USA.

A first announcement with further information will be distributed in early 2019.

Vacancy Notice: Head of the ALMA Department of Science Operations

Published: 16 Nov 2018

For the JAO Department of Science Operations (DSO) in Santiago and the OSF in San Pedro de Atacama, Chile, the ALMA Observatory is opening the position of

Head of the ALMA Department of Science Operations

The closing date for receipt of applications to be considered for the position is 15 January, 2019.  

JAO external vacancy: ALMA Postdoctoral Fellows

Published: 15 Nov 2018

ALMA Post-Doctoral Fellow
JAO, Santiago - OSF, San Pedro de Atacama

The JAO is offering postdoctoral fellowship positions to join the ALMA science operations group in Santiago, Chile. ALMA Postdoctoral Fellows will be appointed for a period of three years and will spend 50% of their time dedicated to their personal scientific research. The remaining time will be spent in support of ALMA operations, including observing at the ALMA Operations Support Facility (OSF) near San Pedro de Atacama for hands-on interaction with the telescope.

The deadline for this vacancy is 1 December 2018.

Call for Science Verification for the new APEX SEPIA Sideband-separated Band 9 Facility Receiver

Published: 14 Sep 2018

The first of the new APEX facility receivers has been successfully installed at the telescope in August 2018. This new band 9 facility receiver for SEPIA records both sidebands simultaneously, with very good sideband rejection at the level of >15 dB at all frequencies (>20 dB in most cases). To test these new capabilities with real scientific observations, all APEX partners are inviting short science verification (SV) proposals (nominally a few hours, with a maximum of 5 hours). 

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