Interferometry Primer, 1 March 2010

On Monday, 1 March, we will hold an interferometry primer, mainly intended for students, but open to all participants. The main scope of the primer is to enable attendants without experience in interferometry first steps into judging the interferometric results presented during the meeting and to develop project ideas for discussion during the meeting. The interferometry primer is also open to local participants, who do not attend the workshop, but wish to obtain an introduction into interferometric techniques.

Interferometry Primer Photo: web / printable version

List of Participants

PROGRAM with Links to Presentations

MONDAY, 1 March - Interferometry Primer
09:00-09:30Registration (in front of the Auditorium)
09:30-11:00Principles of interferometryC. Haniff
11:00-11:30Coffee Break
11:30-12:15Infrared techniques and VLTIM. Schöller
12:15-13:00Radio techniques and ALMA E. Humphreys
13:00-14:15Lunch Break
14:15-14:45Using the VLTI (AMBER and MIDI, offered modes)M. Wittkowski
14:45-15:30VLTI data reduction and image reconstructionC. Hummel
15:30-16:00VLTI/PRIMA (status, data reduction) G. van Belle
16:00-16:30Coffee Break
16:30-17:00Using ALMA (science operations concepts, tools for proposing and scheduling blocks)P. Andreani
17:00-17:45ALMA data reduction and aperture synthesis imagingP. Klaassen
17:45-18:00Questions & Answers, Discussion