3 - 7 April, 2023

Frontend research at low radio frequency Radio astronomy: Science and technical challenges


Low frequency radio astronomy and the LOFAR telescope

Lecturer: R. Vermeulen - International LOFAR Telescope (ILT)


LOFAR surveys: a new window of observation of the Universe

Lecturer: R. van Weeren - Leiden University, The Netherlands


LOFAR LBA: Sky Survey and Practical Use

Lecturer: F. de Gasperin - INAF- Istituto di Radioastronomia, Italy


Ionosphere Calibration

Lecturer: M. Mevius - ASTRON, The Netherlands;

Very Long Baseline Interferometry with LOFAR

Lecturer: L. Morabito - Durham University, United Kingdom

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Polarization at low radio frequencies and cosmic magnetism

Lecturer: A. Bonafede - DIFA University of Bologna, Italy

Computational challenges in low frequency radio astronomy

Lecturer: G. Taffoni - INAF- Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste, Italy

Solar radio astronomy and space weather

Lecturer: P. Zucca - ASTRON, The Netherlands

Pulsars at low radio frequencies

Lecturer: C. Tiburzi - INAF- Osservatorio Astronomico di Cagliari, Italy


Transients at low radio frequencies

Lecturer: A. Rowlinson - University of Amsterdam and ASTRON, The Netherlands


Cosmic rays and magnetic fields in nearby galaxies

Lecturer: V. Heesen - Hamburg University, Germany


Radio Galaxies at low radio frequencies

Lecturer: R. Morganti - ASTRON and University of Groningen, The Netherlands


Non-thermal phenomena in galaxy clusters and large-scale-structure

Lecturer: G. Brunetti - INAF- Istituto di Radioastronomia, Italy

The impact of low frequency observations in Cosmology

Lecturer: S. Camera - Physics Dept. University of Torino, Italy


Radio studies of exoplanets

Lecturer: Joseph R. Callingham - ASTRON and Univerity of Leiden, The Netherlands