NAIC-NRAO Single Dish Summer School 2005


School on Single-Dish Radio Astronomy

July 10-17, 2005, Arecibo, Puerto Rico

A joint initiative of the Arecibo Observatory
and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory,
sponsored by the National Science Foundation

This school is oriented to the needs of undergraduate students, graduate students and professionals in astronomy and related fields with an interest in using the NSF radio telescopes in Arecibo, PR and Green Bank, WV for their research projects.

The school includes an intensive lecture course providing the necessary background, and overview of current single-dish capabilities in respect of both hardware and software, and detailing state-of-the-art applications to specific research fields.

The school will also provide hands-on experience for the participants.

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Last Updated:Friday, 22-Jul-2005 12:14:01 AST
E. Momjian