Events

Upcoming events

ASTRON hosts several events and organises weekly colloquia. 

Mon 19 Sep 2022 - Fri 23 Sep 2022

ERIS 2022

ERIS 2022 is a week-long training in techniques of radio interferometry via lectures and tutorials. This school is the ninth of a series of summer schools sponsored by RadioNet and is hosted by JIVE - Joint Institute for VLBI ERIC & ASTRON – Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy. The topics covered by the lectures/tutorials will […]

Past events

ASTRON hosts several events and organises weekly colloquia. 

Mon 22 Mar 2021 - Fri 26 Mar 2021

6th LOFAR Data School

6th LOFAR Data School. The aim of the school is to introduce the LOFAR system to new members of the LOFAR community who will analyse both interferometric and high time resolution beamformed LOFAR data. Students, postdocs, and staff are all encouraged to attend.

Thu 07 Oct 2021 - Tue 12 Oct 2021

Info sessions about proposing LOFAR2.0 Large Programmes

The International LOFAR Telescope (ILT) is preparing for a significant upgrade, LOFAR2.0, for which a Large Programme Portfolio will be composed. The online information sessions will take place on: Thursday, 7 October 12-15 UT Tuesday, 12 October, 7-10 UT Hour 1: Welcome word - René Vermeulen (5min) LOFAR2.0 expected observing capabilities - Jason Hessels + Cees […]

Mon 14 Mar 2022 - Thu 17 Mar 2022

Applied RF technology course

The RF course is an excellent introduction for Digital / Analog engineers who are or will be involved in the development of RF systems.

Fri 13 May 2022

NL Radio Astronomy Community Day

Dear Colleagues, The NRAAC (Netherlands Radio Astronomy Advisory Committee) is pleased to announce the NL Radio Astronomy Community Day 2022 - the first in what we intend to be an annual event.  After two years of Covid pandemic it will be especially nice to see each other in person! The Community Day will be May […]

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Although beautiful, nature can cause problems around our LBA and HBO antennas. The dandelions can damage the COAX cables, making our maintenance work difficult at times. But we keep our antennas clear with the greatest respect for nature, or course.

Credit: Denis Schrama

Although beautiful, nature can cause problems around our LBA and HBO antennas. The dandelions can damage the COAX cables, making our maintenance work difficult at times. But we keep our antennas clear with the greatest respect for nature, or course.

Credit: Denis Schrama

This week @ASTRON_NL hosted the first consortium-wide Ice-Breaker event for the @EU_H2020 EXPOWER project (@ExpowerEu). Bringing together 8 universities, 3 research institutes, 7 companies from 9 countries. https://www.astron.nl/daily-image/

Another great achievement by @ehtelescope! Our new director @astroTui was involved as well, as a member of the #EHT team.

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