Canadian Radio Astronomy: Surveying the Present and Shaping the Future
Canadian Radio Astronomy: Surveying the Present and Shaping the Future
Sept 13-14, 2017
McGill University, Montréal, Quebec

This is the final announcement for a meeting on the present and future landscape of Canadian radio astronomy. Here, radio astronomy is defined broadly to span the frequency range from ~50 MHz to ~100 GHz, utilising instruments such as CHIME, the JVLA, ALMA, the various SKA pathfinders and precursors, and more. The meeting will be an opportunity for the entire Canadian astronomy community (including students and postdocs) to present and discuss their frontline research with current radio facilities, the status of planned facilities, and the community’s scientific priorities for the next generation of observatories such as the ngVLA and SKA. There will be a strategy session on the afternoon of the second day, where we will have an initial discussion on possible radio contributions to the next Long Range Plan.

To register, please fill out the form below by July 15th, 2017. Further logistical details are available at https://sites.google.com/mcgillcosmology.ca/craworkshop .

We acknowledge the generous sponsorship of ACURA in making this meeting possible.

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