[ASA] Fwd: MWA Project Meeting notice email for external collaborators

Steven Tingay s.tingay at curtin.edu.au
Sat Jun 26 00:29:34 AEST 2021

Dear Colleagues,

On June 22 and 23 the MWA community took part in an online (virtual)
project meeting to share and discuss recent work. In addition to
management, operations, and engineering updates, both junior and senior
researchers presented a range of talks, covering all of our key science

   - The Epoch of Reionisation (EoR),
   - Galactic and Extra-galactic (GeG),
   - Transient signals, from pulsars to SETI and space situational
   awareness, and
   - Solar, Heliosphere and Ionospheric (SHI) science.

These talks are freely available to watch on our Youtube channel

Day 1 - https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/UgCsC1WLPxcMKQLWAFGmhSV?domain=youtu.be

Day 2 - https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/kpABC2xMQzipAD0y2hBjXiZ?domain=youtu.be

Please feel free to distribute around your organisations and networks.

Kind regards,

The MWA Team

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Professor Steven Tingay (He/Him/His)
John Curtin Distinguished Professor

Executive Director
Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy
Curtin University
Bentley, Western Australia

Deputy Executive Director
International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research

Murchison Widefield Array

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custodians and elders of the Nation’s First Peoples and the continuation of
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located, the Wadjuk people of the Noongar nation, and on our Kalgoorlie
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Wajarri Yamaji people of the Murchison, the site where we are building the
MWA and the SKA.
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