2023 Submillimeter Array Interferometry School
May 8, 2023: Lecture Sign-ups Closed
Registration for signing up for the lecture portion of the school, we look forward to seeing everyone at the school next week!
March 1, 2023: Application Results Announced
Thank you to all who applied for the school this year - we are pleased to announce the results of the admissions process:
- Sanyukta Agarwal (Indian Institute of Technology)
- Alfredo Amador (Instituto Naciional de Astrofisica)
- Aiswarya Arun (Universidad de Chile)
- Frimpong Asabre Naomi (Ghana Space Science and Techonology Institute)
- Peter Breiding (Johns Hopkins)
- Luca Cabral (Argentine Institute of Radioastronomy)
- Nora Casale (CfA)
- Jasmine Cheung (MIT)
- Jonhatan Guerroro (Instituto Nacional de Astrofisica)
- Ying-Chi Hu (ASIAA)
- Dawoon Kim (INAF)
- Cheng-Lin Liao (Nat. Taiwan Unv)
- Stephen McKay (UW-Madison)
- Osase Omoruyi (Harvard University)
- Ayushi Parmar (Imperial College)
- Anotonio Rodriguez (Caltech)
We look forward to seeing you all at the school in May! Those interested in attending the lectures can sign up here, the deadline for signing up is May 7th, 2023.
December 14, 2022: Applications are open!
Applications for the 2023 Submillimeter Array Interferometry School are now being accepted, details of which can be located on the registration page. All interested applicants are invited to apply. Applications will be accepted until January 30th, 2023 at 10 AM EST (1500 UTC). Applicants will be notified of their status by the end of February.
The school will be held in person at the Center for Astrophysics, in Cambridge, MA from 15-19 May 2023, with limited space for virtual participation. The workshop will provide a series of lectures focusing on the fundamentals of radio interferometry, with a special emphasis on the Submillimeter Array (SMA) interferometer and its new capabilities. The school will also extensively utilize the SMA, located on Maunakea, providing a hands-on experience of performing observations and data reduction for projects proposed by school participants.
October 25, 2022: First Announcement
The Center for Astrophysics, in conjunction with the Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics and the University of Hawaii, is organizing the 2023 Submillimeter Array Interferometry School.
The school will be held in Cambridge, MA from 15-19 May 2023. The main goals of the school are to provide advanced undergraduates, graduate students, post-docs, and scientists outside the field with a broad knowledge of interferometry and data reduction techniques at (sub)millimeter wavelengths.
The workshop will provide a series of lectures focusing on fundamentals of radio interferometry, with a special emphasis on the Submillimeter Array (SMA) interferometer and its new capabilities. The school will also extensively utilize the SMA, located on Maunakea, providing experience with performing observations, with data reduction training utilizing projects proposed by school participants.
The school application portal will open in December 2022. More details about the application process can be found on the registration page .