ALMA Community Day at the CfA
 

Preparing for Early Science with ALMA

Wednesday, April 20, 2011, 9 am - 5 pm, Phillips Auditorium

The CfA is hosting a day-long meeting to help inform the local community about the exciting new scientific opportunities available to them when the ALMA interferometer begins routine Early Science (Cycle 0) observations in October. The meeting is open to anyone at the CfA or other institutions that is interested in ALMA. Participants may attend for the full day or for any part of the day, including the coffee breaks and Q&A/discussion sessions. There is no registration fee, but please register your name and email address online if you plan to participate.

The program includes a mix of science talks focused on future work with ALMA and practical information sessions related to ALMA capabilities, tools, and proposal prepartion.

Questions? Please direct any questions to Sean Andrews (sandrews@cfa.harvard.edu).

Please provide feedback! Go to this page and follow the link for the NRAO evaluation.

 

News

2011-02-08: 1st announcement
2011-04-07: program available
2011-04-25: talks on-line

 
 
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