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2010 International Workshop on Phased Array Antenna Systems for Radio Astronomy

Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA
May 3-5, 2010


Phased array feeds and aperture arrays are transitioning from research to development for synthesis imaging instruments, Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Pathfinders, and large single reflector telescopes. Previous workshops and symposia in Dwingeloo, Sydney, and elsewhere have played an important role in formulating science requirements, standardizing performance metrics, and accelerating progress through strong international collaborations. A workshop in this series on phased array antenna systems for radio astronomy was held at Brigham Young University on May 3-5, 2010 in Provo, Utah, USA.

Organizers:

Karl F. Warnick and Brian D. Jeffs, Brigham Young University, USA
Marianna Ivashina, ASTRON, The Netherlands

Presentations

wiki.skatelescope.org - PAF Development Issues

Pictures from the Workshop

Moab Trip pictures

Technical Program

Workshop Schedule

Monday, May 3, 2010
9:00am Technical presentations
10:30 Morning break
12:30 Lunch (provided at workshop site)
2:00 Technical presentations/discussion
3:30 Afternoon break
5:30 End of presentations
Tuesday, May 4
9:00am Technical presentations
10:30 Morning break
12:30 Lunch (provided at workshop site)
2:00 Technical presentations/discussion
3:00 Afternoon break
5:30 End of presentations
6:30 Barbeque Banquet Dinner (Harmon Building Patio)
Wednesday, May 5
9:00am Technical presentations
10:30 Morning break
12:30 Lunch (provided at workshop site)
2:00 Technical presentations/discussion
3:00 Afternoon break, general workshop sessions end
3:30-6:00 PAFSKA meeting (contact Dave DeBoer for details)
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