[ASA] Science at Low Frequencies IV - Registration Open

Tara Murphy tara at physics.usyd.edu.au
Mon May 29 15:58:30 AEST 2017

Dear colleagues,

I would like to invite you to the “Science at Low Frequencies IV” meeting
that will be held at the University of Sydney in December.

                      SCIENCE AT LOW FREQUENCIES IV
                              UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY

               Main Conference: December 13th - 15th 2017
                       Optional Workshops: December 12th

*Registration is now open, please see the website to register and/or submit
an abstract.*

A slew of new radio telescopes, as well as substantial upgrades to existing
facilities, has led to an explosive growth in capability at low radio
frequencies. This increase in capability is driving exciting progress over
a range of fields, including high redshift 21-cm signatures of cosmic dawn
and the epoch of reionization, pulsars and transients, planetary and
exoplanetary magnetospheres, sky surveys, space weather and the Sun, cosmic
rays and the ionosphere. We are happy to welcome you to the fourth edition
of Science at Low Frequencies, to be held in Sydney in December 2017. This
meeting will provide a forum to share and discuss early science results and
techniques, as well as to plan a coordinated path forward to next
generation facilities.

*Scientific Organising Committee*

Tara Murphy – University of Sydney (Chair)
Emma Chapman – Imperial College London
Tracy Clarke – NRL
Bryan Gaensler – University of Toronto
Gregg Hallinan – Caltech
David Kaplan – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Greg Taylor - University of New Mexico
Cathryn Trott – Curtin University
Rene Vermeulen – ASTRON
Rachel Webster – University of Melbourne

*Local Organising Committee Chair:* Christene Lynch


Looking forward to seeing you in Sydney,


Sydney Institute for Astronomy | School of Physics | Faculty of Science

Room 358, Physics Building A28
The University of Sydney | NSW | 2006
T +61 2 9351 3041
E tara at physics.usyd.edu.au

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