ALMA Archive School 2022

The European Network of the ALMA Regional Centre is pleased to announce the


ALMA Science Archive School

Italian ARC node headquarters,

Area della Ricerca Campus, Bologna

5-7 October 2022


The school will present an overview of the ALMA Science Archive, of the most advanced tools to exploit the archive content for science, and a discussion of possible tricks to address mining issues.

The event is targeted to astronomers with an interest in ALMA archival research and a basic understanding of interferometry. 

For this reason lectures and tutorials will be combined with discussion and support sessions to address participants’ requests, offered by members of the European ARC network.

In order to guarantee an efficient training environment in presence, and to cope with post-pandemic safety limitations, participation is limited to 50 people. In case there are more than 50 registrations, priority will be given to applicants having plans for archival mining projects.

To register to the meeting please make use of the registration form.

The registration form will remain open until July 15th 2022.

The participants will be notified by the 10th of August.

Draft Program

Details of the program will be finalized during organization also taking care of the participants' interests, as declared in the registration form.

Date Time


Wednesday October 5

Morning Overview of the archive interface and content
  Afternoon Tutorials on mining tools

Thursday October 6

Morning Understanding data quality and products
  Afternoon Tutorials on imaging products visualization and analysis

Friday October 7

Morning Advanced product analysis (including cases suggested by participants)
  Afternoon Advanced product analysis (including cases suggested by participants)

Important dates:

  • Registration closes: July 15th 2022
  • Notification of participants: by the 10th of August
  • Archive school: 5 - 7 October 2022 in Bologna, Italy

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The Opticon Radionet Pilot (ORP) project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101004719.

The ALMA Archive School organised by the European ARC network receives funding from the Opticon Radionet Pilot (ORP)