[ASA] RFI2022 Call for Papers
Indermuehle, Balthasar (S&A, Marsfield)
Balt.Indermuehle at csiro.au
Wed Sep 8 10:44:40 AEST 2021
We have the pleasure to announce that the radio astronomy and remote
sensing communities are again working together in organizing an RFI
Workshop to provide an opportunity for the scientific community affected
by Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) to meet, report and discuss recent
achievements and developments in instrumentation, methodology, and
applications in tackling this problem.
The Call for Papers is available at https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/eDJCCWLVXkU5V67p2s69QlQ?domain=events.ecmwf.int
The RFI 2022 Workshop will take place on February 14-18, 2022, at the
European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) in Reading,
United Kingdom. The deadline for abstract submission is on September 30,
2021. More information is available on the workshop website at www.rfi2022.org<https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/-kW0CXLW2mUXW4v61sV5tp-?domain=rfi2022.org>.
This is a meeting of the URSI, the International
Union of Radio Science.
Depending on the Covid-19 situation, special arrangements will be made
to allow remote participation of those unable to travel to the
Financial support will be made available to students and early career
researchers who wish to attend in person. More details will be provided
We look forward to your contribution.
Dr Balthasar Indermühle
Technical Chair Radio Astronomy RFI 2022
Senior Experimental Scientist
Space & Astronomy | CSIRO
balt.indermuehle at csiro.au<mailto:name.surname at csiro.au> | 02 9372 4274
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