This workshop will cover the current status of ALMA and include contributed ALMA science talks. The UK ARC will also provide tutorials on all aspects of working with ALMA, from proposal preparation and data simulation to advanced imaging techniques of observed data using CASA. These will include new tutorials covering the latest developments in the CASA software and use ALMA archival data.
The Queen's Building is located at the northeast edge of Cardiff City Centre (and the south edge of the Cathays Park campus) at the intersection of Newport Road and Fitzalan Place. People travelling to Cardiff by train are advised to get off the train at Cardiff Central and then to walk across town to the building, which is about a 20 minute walk. The entrance is accessible from The Parade on the north side of the building.
Science Talk: James Nightingale
|11:50||Observing Tool (hands-on demonstration)|
|13:15||Observing Support Tool (hands-on demonstration)|
|14:00||Data Processing Overview|
|14:30||Data Processing (hands-on demonstration)|
|Pete Barry||Cardiff University|
|Ana Duarte Cabral||University of Exeter|
|Emily Drabek-Maunder||Imperial College London|
|Zsofia Nagy||University of Cologne|
|James Nightingale||University of Nottingham|
|Nicolas Peretto||Cardiff University|
|Matthew Smith||Cardiff University|
|Anthony Whitworth||Cardiff University|
|Gwen Williams||Cardiff University|