3 - 7 April, 2023

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

LECTURERS

R. Vermeulen

International LOFAR Telescope (ILT)

Lecture: Low frequency radio astronomy and the LOFAR telescope


R. van Weeren

Leiden University, The Netherlands

Lecture: LOFAR surveys: a new window of observation of the Universe


F. de Gasperin

INAF- Istituto di Radioastronomia, Italy

Lecture: LOFAR LBA: Sky Survey and Practical Use


M. Mevius

ASTRON, The Netherlands

Lecture: Ionosphere Calibration


L. Morabito

Durham University, United Kingdom

Lecture: Very Long Baseline Interferometry with LOFAR


A. Bonafede

DIFA University of Bologna, Italy

Lecture: Polarization at low radio frequencies and cosmic magnetism


G. Taffoni

INAF- Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste, Italy

Lecture: Computational challenges in low frequency radio astronomy


P. Zucca

ASTRON, The Netherlands

Lecture: Solar radio astronomy and space weather


C. Tiburzi

INAF- Osservatorio Astronomico di Cagliari, Italy

Lecture: Pulsars at low radio frequencies


A. Rowlinson

University of Amsterdam and ASTRON, The Netherlands

Lecture: Transients at low radio frequencies


V. Heesen

Hamburg University, Germany

Lecture: Cosmic rays and magnetic fields in nearby galaxies


R. Morganti

ASTRON and University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Lecture: Radio Galaxies at low radio frequencies


G. Brunetti

INAF- Istituto di Radioastronomia, Italy

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


S. Camera

Physics Dept. University of Torino, Italy

Lecture: The impact of low frequency observations in Cosmology